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- Chris Moneymaker is a professional poker player that is no stranger to winning the big bucks.
- 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.
- Chris Moneymaker is the real name of the man who won the 2003 World Series of Poker No Limit Hold'em Championship.
- 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.
- Chris Moneymaker is a very courteous player who respects all who play.
- The impetus was a former Tennessee accountant and aptly named player, Chris Moneymaker.
- Chris Moneymaker is back — no longer just the guy with an internet connection and a dream.
- Because of Chris Moneymaker, the interest in online poker exploded.
- Since hitting the big time, Chris Moneymaker has also opened his own online store selling Casino Quality Gaming Chips & Accessories.
- Chris Moneymaker got lucky and "finished the job." Exactly like any pro would.
- He was part of poker's biggest story ever when Chris Moneymaker rocked the world and won the 2003 championship event.
- Chris Moneymaker has since played on the World Poker Tour, finishing second at the 2004 Shooting Stars event, earning $200,000.
- When Chris Moneymaker turned his online-qualifying win into $2.5 million, poker would never be the same.
- Heads up now between Chris MoneyMaker with 6 million in chips, and Sam Farha with 2.5 million in chips.
- Then, Chris Moneymaker won the top prize, turning a $40 satellite win into $2.5 Million.
- 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.
- Unlike the previous two winners (Greg Raymer and Chris Moneymaker), Hachem was not an Internet qualifier, instead paying the full buy-in.
- Robert Varkonyi (2002), Chris Moneymaker (2003), and Greg Raymer (2004) were all married at the time of the victory.
- The only former champs remaining from the first three days include – Brad Daugherty, Chris Moneymaker, Joe Hachem, Scotty Nguyen and Robert Varkonyi.
- 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.
- Known to his friends as "Money," Chris Moneymaker, 27, also became the first person to win the prestigious tournament by qualifying on the Internet.
- 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.
- Then, along came an accountant from Tennessee named Chris Moneymaker and the poker world turned upside down.
- In HOW TO CONQUER ONLINE POKER, Chris Moneymaker explores online play, and gives some of his more advanced strategies.
- 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.
- For example, when Chris Moneymaker won the World Series of Poker in 2003, he was not a professional.
- The turn and river brought no help for Sam's single pair, and Chris Moneymaker became the new World Champion of poker.
- 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.
- He initially made a name for himself at the WSOP when he ran deep in the 2003 Main Event, won by Chris Moneymaker.
- Chris Moneymaker won the Main event in 2003 and Greg "Fossilman" Raymer followed up in 2004.
- 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.
- Chris Moneymaker won the main event in 2003 after qualifying through a $39 satellite tournament at the PokerStars online cardroom.
- 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.
- Of the 37 players players who got into the championship tourney via PokerStars, two made it into the money: Olof Thorson and Chris Moneymaker.
- PokerStars has a group of pros called Team PokerStars, which includes the last three WSOP Champions in Joe Hachem, Greg Raymer, and Chris Moneymaker.
- Unlike Chris Moneymaker and Greg Raymer who entered the main event of the WSOP through satellites, Joseph Hachem paid the entry fee in full.
- Greg Raymer followed Chris Moneymaker as the World Series of Poker main event champion, becoming a second rags-to-riches story in a row.
- He came in 4th at the 2003 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event, the year of Chris Moneymaker won the event.
- 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.
- It was through one such tournament on PokerStars that Chris Moneymaker won his entry to the 2003 World Series of Poker.
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