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  1. Chris Moneymaker is a professional poker player that is no stranger to winning the big bucks.
  2. Chris Moneymaker is an internationally known poker sensation who won the 2003 World Series of Poker Championship after only three yeas of playing the game.
  3. Chris Moneymaker is the real name of the man who won the 2003 World Series of Poker No Limit Hold'em Championship. (Web site)
  4. Chris Moneymaker is the real name of the twenty-seven year old who won the 2003 World Series of Poker No Limit Hold'em Championship.
  5. Chris Moneymaker is a very courteous player who respects all who play.


  1. The impetus was a former Tennessee accountant and aptly named player, Chris Moneymaker.

Internet Connection

  1. Chris Moneymaker is back — no longer just the guy with an internet connection and a dream. (Web site)

Online Poker

  1. Because of Chris Moneymaker, the interest in online poker exploded.

Big Time

  1. Since hitting the big time, Chris Moneymaker has also opened his own online store selling Casino Quality Gaming Chips & Accessories.


  1. Chris Moneymaker got lucky and "finished the job." Exactly like any pro would. (Web site)


  1. He was part of poker's biggest story ever when Chris Moneymaker rocked the world and won the 2003 championship event.
  2. Chris Moneymaker has since played on the World Poker Tour, finishing second at the 2004 Shooting Stars event, earning $200,000.


  1. When Chris Moneymaker turned his online-qualifying win into $2.5 million, poker would never be the same. (Web site)
  2. Heads up now between Chris MoneyMaker with 6 million in chips, and Sam Farha with 2.5 million in chips.

Top Prize

  1. Then, Chris Moneymaker won the top prize, turning a $40 satellite win into $2.5 Million. (Web site)

Phil Ivey

  1. I then asked him if the extensive scouting gave an advantage to newer players -- e.g.: Chris Moneymaker, Phil Ivey when he first started, etc.


  1. Unlike the previous two winners (Greg Raymer and Chris Moneymaker), Hachem was not an Internet qualifier, instead paying the full buy-in.

Robert Varkonyi

  1. Robert Varkonyi (2002), Chris Moneymaker (2003), and Greg Raymer (2004) were all married at the time of the victory. (Web site)
  2. The only former champs remaining from the first three days include – Brad Daugherty, Chris Moneymaker, Joe Hachem, Scotty Nguyen and Robert Varkonyi.

Wsop Main Event

  1. In the case of Chris Moneymaker, he not only gained his experience from the Internet, but also qualified for the WSOP Main Event through the Internet.


  1. Known to his friends as "Money," Chris Moneymaker, 27, also became the first person to win the prestigious tournament by qualifying on the Internet.


  1. In the year after they won their titles, Chris Moneymaker (2003) and Robert Varkonyi (2002) were both bounced on the first day of the tournament. (Web site)


  1. Then, along came an accountant from Tennessee named Chris Moneymaker and the poker world turned upside down.

Online Play

  1. In HOW TO CONQUER ONLINE POKER, Chris Moneymaker explores online play, and gives some of his more advanced strategies. (Web site)


  1. As an example, Chris Moneymaker is said to have won his $10,000 buy-in for the WSOP main event poker tournament in a $40 satellite.


  1. For example, when Chris Moneymaker won the World Series of Poker in 2003, he was not a professional. (Web site)
  2. The turn and river brought no help for Sam's single pair, and Chris Moneymaker became the new World Champion of poker. (Web site)
  3. But Chris Moneymaker remains a humble man, claiming he is not interested in becoming a legend of poker, but simply providing for the ones closest to him.


  1. He initially made a name for himself at the WSOP when he ran deep in the 2003 Main Event, won by Chris Moneymaker.

Main Event

  1. Chris Moneymaker won the Main event in 2003 and Greg "Fossilman" Raymer followed up in 2004. (Web site)
  2. In 2003 he finished 10th at the main event of the WSOP after a bad beat in which Chris Moneymaker (the eventual winner) knocked him out.
  3. Chris Moneymaker won the main event in 2003 after qualifying through a $39 satellite tournament at the PokerStars online cardroom. (Web site)

Poker Main Event

  1. Chris Moneymaker, who won the 2003 World Series of Poker Main Event, was able to afford his seat by winning an Internet tournament with a $39 buy-in.


  1. Of the 37 players players who got into the championship tourney via PokerStars, two made it into the money: Olof Thorson and Chris Moneymaker.

Greg Raymer

  1. PokerStars has a group of pros called Team PokerStars, which includes the last three WSOP Champions in Joe Hachem, Greg Raymer, and Chris Moneymaker.
  2. Unlike Chris Moneymaker and Greg Raymer who entered the main event of the WSOP through satellites, Joseph Hachem paid the entry fee in full. (Web site)
  3. Greg Raymer followed Chris Moneymaker as the World Series of Poker main event champion, becoming a second rags-to-riches story in a row.

Chris Moneymaker

  1. He came in 4th at the 2003 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event, the year of Chris Moneymaker won the event.
  2. Like Chris Moneymaker before him, Greg won his entry into the World Series of Poker Main Event through a $160 Double Shoot-out tournament at PokerStars. (Web site)
  3. It was through one such tournament on PokerStars that Chris Moneymaker won his entry to the 2003 World Series of Poker. (Web site)


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