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Jay-Z • May/June 2009

May/June 2009

In the new issue, Shawn Carter, best known as hip-hop megastar Jay-Z, talks about how almost a decade on the streets of Brooklyn dealing drugs helped him to become a successful musician and entrepreneur at the age of 26.In addition, we pick the experts' brains on sports, poker, blackjack and golf wagering to find out how, with a little planning, the average gambler can maybe make a few bucks. Other features include an articles about the roaring success of golf's Phoenix Open, a former FBI investigator who now makes his living recovering stolen art, and how the craft brewing business in America has grown in the last 30 years.

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