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An American native, accountant by profession was responsible for poker boom after his winning of WSOP 2003 He is Christopher Bryan Moneymaker or popularly known as Chris Moneymaker and in poker world he is Moneymaker.
DOB-21st November 1975
Professional History: 0/10
Chris's story begins from year 2003 when he got a chance to participate in WSOP by winning a satellite tournament. He was very much inspired by the story of how a novice player won millions in the tournament. This was something which Chris was looking out for. He heralded a sort of revolution in the poker industry. Soon after winning Main event Chris grabbed the shooting stars tournament award worth $200,000. Later on he was very near to winning the Pot Limit Omaha event worth $5,000. Poker stars noticed the qualities of Chris and now he can be seen quite regularly in pokerstars poker room mingling with the other players. He has also played EPT where he won $24480 then no limit holdem event in London and World poker championship of online poker which had a prize pool worth $139,635.
His favorite game is Pot Limit Omaha Hi/Lo
In pot limit and no limit holdem.
2003 WSOP $10,000 Main Event $2,500,000
WPT Bay 101 Shooting Stars $5,500 Main Event $200,000
2004 WSOP $5,000 Pot Limit Omaha $21,000
EPT London Â£5,200 No Limit Hold'em $24,480
PokerStars WCOOP $10,300
No Limit Hold'em $139,635
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Unlike other players chris is well educated. He attended the high school and has a master's degree in accounting from Tennessee University. Chris was once a member of fraternity Pi Kappa Phi when he was in college. He got married and is a father of lovely daughter called Ashley, who came in this world when Chris won the WSOP winner title. In March 2005 he published a autobiography titled How an Amateur player Turned $40 into $2.5 Million at the World Series of Poker.
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