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The Scoop -- Darvin Moon

by The Scoop |  Published: Apr 16, 2010


Darvin Moon burst onto the poker scene last year when he made the final table of the World Series of Poker main event as the overwhelming chip leader. He eventually finished second, but the mild-mannered resident of Oakland, Maryland, has maintained a low profile. He stopped by The Scoop studio to discuss his experience at the final table. Diego Cordovez: Finishing second is obviously a huge accomplishment that anyone would love. Now that you’ve watched the final table on TV, and seen a lot of the hands and thought them through, do you have any regrets about your final-table or heads-up play? Darvin Moon: No, I never regretted anything. Everything right down to heads up, I wanted to do. I wanted to double up one of the short stacks early to make them all think I was playing loose. DC: Right. DM: Unfortunately, I doubled up Saout, and he was ...

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