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A race versus Moorman1

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  • A race versus Moorman1

    Chris Moorman is undoubtedly one of the greatest online poker players.
    His online poker tournament cashes exceed 9.9 million$.
    He is close to reaching 10 million and he has set the goal on reaching it as fast as possible.
    More details on his goal.
    Now I on the other hand, have 2.4$ on my pokerstars account.
    And my goal is to reach 100$, before Chris reaches 10$ million.
    I will be playing freerolls, sit and go's and maybe some micro tournaments later on.
    Who will be the first one to make it?

    Current Bankroll: 10.40$
    Chris Moorman: He already made it
    Last edited by GamblingProp; Mon Sep 30, 2013, 10:07 AM.

  • #2
    Painful shot on a 0.50$ 360 mans sit n go
    AQo too loosy goosy
    Getting trapped Phil Helmuth style
    I will be grinding the 0.10$ 360 mans sit n go's now.

    Bankroll: 1.50$
    Last edited by GamblingProp; Thu Sep 19, 2013, 12:13 PM.


    • #3
      I went to school with Chris Moorman. Don't ever play pool with him! #toogood Gl mate!umbup:


      • #4
        Don't worry Rob I am so bad in pool that anyone can beat me blindfolded.
        And thanks!


        • #5
          I'd say you are not rolled for the 360mans
          You need a whole lot more than 15 buyins for these unless your true ROI is insane.

          On the other hand there is not much choice in low-buyin sitNgos so good luck and make us proud!


          • #6
            Story of my life Tweedle, never been rolled for anything, appreciate the advice though!
            Thank you!


            • #7
              Got 7th in a 0.50$ shot.
              Exit hand.

              Bankroll: 6.95$


              • #8


                • #9
                  Congrats and nice comeback. Keep grinding. You can beat him.



                  • #10
                    Thank you, thank you.
                    Some super rungood always helps!
                    ''Give me some of that rungood back''
                    Last edited by GamblingProp; Thu Sep 19, 2013, 04:28 PM.


                    • #11
                      Nice challenge! I read about Moorman's results last night. It's super-impressive that it's taken less than 6000 cashes for him to make almost $10M, despite only having half a dozen six-figure wins. That's some seriously solid play (i.e. not luckboxing) right there.

                      I hope you can make it to $100 without playing 6000 games. Good luck!
                      Bracelet Winner


                      • #12
                        Thanks arty, that's what I hope also.
                        Played a couple micro tournaments yesterday didn't do really great.
                        On the plus side Moorman1 was really deep in wcoop-35 with 100k$ 1st place, but he settled with just 5k$.
                        Bad for him, good for us!
                        We will be super grinding the 0.10$ 360 players sit n go's tonight.
                        Let's hope we get an upswing!

                        Bankroll: 5.65$
                        Last edited by GamblingProp; Fri Sep 20, 2013, 01:12 PM.


                        • #13
                          gl with challlenge and nice comeback there


                          • #14
                            Good luck GamblingProp, sounds lick a fun challenge. Quite a tough challenge too since Chris Mooreman is an absolute beast! You can do it though.

                            Tournament of Champions Winner 2013

                            Bracelet Winner


                            • #15
                              Thank you, thank you.
                              That beast must stay in his cage for a little while.
                              They say there are no money to be made in poker.
                              Awaking the Quadzilla!



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