It is no difference when it comes to playing at the Poker table. The renowned player Chris Moorman has it all at the live felt, once again! Winning over $16.5 mln, he gets christened with yet another honor at Pokerplay, taking down the GGPoker High Roller MILLION$ event.
Coveted with this massive gain, the British origin Moorman leads the entire troupe of Poker players leaving behind a roleplaying to be emulated by others as well. With the full triple crowns in the backdrop, Moorman records being the first to break the $10 mln & $15 mln marks in online Poker.
The news of this exponential gain spread like wildfire in the entire Poker community though he reached this with heads up play in concurrence. This play’s highlights included aggressive participation from nook and corners of the world with countries like Brazil, India, and Canada with player count ranging up to 491 who concluded the day to a close nine through the money bubble at 350 players and beyond.
The trophy circle of $1.65 mln involved players like Niklas Astedt. He has been in the news for his astute understanding of Super Million$. A roaring play was also demonstrated by Bryan Paris and Daniel Dvoress, with no apparent challenges to the massive payouts during the event till the end.
Another player from Canada ‘cbkme’ cashed in $14,289, and thereon the prize amount witnessed a greater augmenting. This was followed by Brazils ‘guysneves’ and Poland’s ‘KennyKaarten’ who met with an outright elimination in 8th & 7th places, respectively. By the time Seth Davies departed, bagging $44,418, Oye Como Va from India successfully reached 5th place for a sum of $64,825.
In the 4th place, ‘shredOHM’ a British player, and 3rd place Brazilian player shared the duel. Coming close to the end of Stacks, “SolverJail” had a tough chance with Moorman. Even though neither showed any reluctance of fear of risking out a major chunk, the trophy finally was bagged by Moorman. For SolverJail, he had to satisfy himself with $243,769. Once again, it proved that Moorman remains unbeaten.