Now Available Directly to Desktops via RSS Feed

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Poker Fans can now receive direct delivery of latest news, blogs, and TV, plus card player poker + sports magazine from Europe's leading poker portal. today announces the launch of its Really Simple Syndication (RSS) service for news, blogs, TV, and Card Player Poker + Sports magazine.

RSS allows users to receive this content automatically when it is uploaded to the site and saves users having to check the site regularly for updates as well as ensuring they never miss another vital piece of content.

To avail of the service users simply sign up for an RSS reader -- there are dozens to choose from including:


  •     Newz Crawler, FeedDemon, Awasu

Mac OS X

  •     Newsfire, NetNewsWire


  •     Bloglines, My Yahoo!, NewsGator

Then visit, click on the Orange RSS button in the News Headline, Poker Blogs, Multimedia, and Magazine sections and wait for new content to be delivered to their reader automatically as and when it is added to the website.

Jeff Shulman, CEO of Card Player Media, said, "Technology has been fundamental in helping poker reach a wider audience, both online and on TV. Now fans can get the latest news, blogs, TV shows and even the entire Card Player Poker + Sports magazine delivered directly to their desktops as soon as new content is available on There's no need to miss anything ever again and no need to go searching for the best in poker coverage -- it's all right here."

About Card Player Media
Card Player Media was recently named as one of the fastest growing companies in the U.S., expanding by almost 450 percent since 2003. The company is the publisher of Card Player magazine, the world's largest poker publication celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, and Card Player Poker + Sports in Europe. With its global partners, Card Player Media also publishes Card Player Brazil, Card Player Italia, Card Player France, Card Player Finland, Card Player Germany, Card Player Hungary, Card Player Russia, and Card Player Spain.

For further information please contact Brendan Murray at 00 353 86 305 7469.


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