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Rounding Out The Top Ten

by Erik Fast |  Published: Feb 08, 2012


Perhaps it is fitting that Chris Moorman finished runner-up in the Player of the Year race, because he had as good a year on the live tournament circuit as one can have without winning a title. The British pro cashed for just under $2.3 million in POY qualifying events this year, with four substantial final-table finishes. Moorman started his year off by making the final table at the Aussie Millions main event, eventually finishing seventh for $174,244 and 600 POY points. Moorman picked up some more momentum with two huge final tables at the World Series of Poker, finishing third in a $2,500 six-max no-limit hold’em event for $271,800 and 1,200 points and then just weeks later a runner-up in the massive $10,000 six-max no-limit hold’em championship event for $716,282 and 2,000 points. The largest score of Moorman’s year and career came at the WSOP Europe €10,000 main event. Moorman ...

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