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Poker Hand Matchup: Anthony Gregg vs. Chris Moorman

Outcome

Preflop, with the blinds at 400 and 800 and a 100 ante, Todd Terry raised to 2,000 from late position, Moorman reraised to 4,800 from the button, Gregg reraised to 11,800 from the big blind, Terry folded, Moorman went all-in, and Gregg called.

Analysis

Fresh off the win of his first major at the 2014 WPT LA Poker Classic, Moorman gives us a glimpse into his extremely aggressive preflop play. After trying to pick off a potential steal attempt from Terry with a three-bet, Moorman doubled down undeterred by Gregg’s cold four-bet out of the blinds. Moorman was hoping Gregg was also up to a steal, making a move based on the hostile dynamics between late position openers and the players they try to loot in the blinds. Moorman’s deep stack and the signs of strength from an accomplished opponent might have made the play unnecessarily risky, but these types of preflop antics are part and parcel of Moorman’s success both live and online. Gregg had Moorman in a bad spot, but a lucky flop gave Moorman the open-ended straight draw and Gregg a sweat. Gregg faded the draw, and his new found chips helped carry him to the final table where he finished in 7th for $ 189,244.

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Chris Moorman Wins The 2014 World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic

Chris Moorman has emerged victorious in the 2014 World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic $ 10,000 no-limit hold’em main event, winning topping a field of 534 players to win his first major live title, the first-place prize of $ 1,015,460 and 2,100 Card Player Player of the Year points. As a result of this huge win Moorman has climbed to 5th place in the POY standings. The 28-year-old British poker pro, known as “Moorman1” online, became the first player to exceed $ 10 million in online tournament earnings late last year, and after this event he’s increased his career live tournament earnings to just over $ 3.9 million as well.

Moorman entered the final table is second chip position behind Michael Rocco. The two start-of-day leaders survived to three-handed play, which is when the hand of the tournament arose. Glenn Lafaye, who started the hand as the chip leader, raised to 325,000 from the button and Michael Rocco moved all-in from the small blind for 2,020,000. Moorman then moved all-in as well for 2,835,000 total. it came back around to Lafaye, who made the call to put the other two players at risk and possibly end the event right there. The hands were as follows:

Runner-up Glenn LafayeGlenn Lafaye: QDiamond SuitJDiamond Suit
Michael Rocco: AClub Suit8Diamond Suit
Chris Moorman: 10Club Suit10Spade Suit

Moorman was in the lead heading into the flop, but all of that changed when the KHeart SuitQSpade SuitJHeart Suit giving Lafaye two pair and the lead in the hand. The turn brought the 3Spade Suit, changing nothing.

As long as the river didn’t bring a ten or an ace Lafaye would win the pot and become the next WPT champion. But the ASpade Suit peeled off the deck, giving Moorman the broadway straight. With that he tripled up, pulling nearly level with Lafaye while Rocco was sent to the rail in third place, earning $ 423,440 for his deep run.

Moorman quickly overtook the the chip lead from Lafaye, and in just 35 hands later it was all over when Moorman’s pocket aces held against Lafaye’s flopped straight draw. Lafaye hit the rail in second place, earning $ 662,840 and 1,750 points and climbed to 7th place in the POY standings as a result.

Here is a look at the payouts and POY points awarded at this final table:

Photos courtesy of Joe Giron / World Poker Tour.

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Chris Moorman Headlines WPT L.A. Poker Classic Main Event Final Table

Chris MoormanThe final table is set in the 2014 World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic $ 10,000 no-limit hold’em main event. A total of 534 players made their way to the Commerce Casino to play in this event, building a total prizepool of $ 5,126,400. Now only six players remain to battle it out for the title and the first-place prize of $ 1,015,460.

The chip leader heading into the final table is Michael Rocco with 5,615,000 in chips, about 35 percent of the chips in play. Second in chips is British poker pro Chris “Moorman1” Moorman with 3,190,000.

Moorman is the winningest tournament player in online tournament history, having become the first player to exceed $ 10 million in tournament earnings on the internet late last year. He has over $ 2.8 million in live tournament earnings as well, but is still missing a marquee win on one of the major live tours. With his experience and more than 100 big-blind stack, he is a threat to change that at this final table.

Dan O'BrienThe televised final table of six was set with the elimination of Dan O’Brien in seventh place. Glenn Lafaye raised to 65,000 from the hijack, Michael Rocco called on the button and O’Brien three-bet to 250,000 from the big blind. Only Rocco made the call.

The flop brought the 10Spade Suit9Diamond Suit8Diamond Suit and O’Brien check called 175,000 from Rocco. The turn brought the KClub Suit and O’Brien checked to Rocco, who fired 400,000. O’Brien tanked for a few minutes, and Rocco eventually called the clock. With time running out, O’Brien moved all-in for around 1.6 million and Rocco snap-called with the KDiamond SuitQDiamond Suit.

O’Brien had the best hand at the moment with the AHeart SuitAClub Suit, but Rocco had a lot of outs. The 6Diamond Suit on the river was one of them, and when that fell it secured the pot for Rocco and sent O’Brien to the rail as the final table bubble boy. For his deep run O’Brien earned $ 137,900.

Other notables who made deep runs but fell just short of the final table include Joe Serock (10th – $ 100,480), Alex Masek (13th – $ 54,850) and Hasan Habib (16th – $ 54,850).

Here is a look at the chip counts heading into the final table:

Photos courtesy of BJ Nemeth / World Poker Tour.

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Poker Strategy — Chris Moorman On Ante-Only No-Limit Hold’em

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The Nightly Turbo: Full Tilt Poker Returns, Chris Moorman Eyes UKIPT Title, and More

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Tuesday was a historic day for online poker as Full Tilt Poker came back from the dead, launching real-money games in much of the world. We’re bringing you that story, plus Chris Moorman looking for a live tournament title, in this edition of the Nightly Turbo.

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Will the results of the U.S. elections have a major impact on the future of online poker? Matthew Kredell takes a look at the potential outcomes.

The 2012-13 World Series of Poker Circuit River Rock Main Event played down to 30 runners on Monday. Sonny Sekhon led the way going into Day 3.

Back in Business

Many in the poker community didn’t think this day would ever come. But on Tuesday, Full Tilt Poker relaunched real-money games in much of the world, picking up where it left off when the site was shut down last June.

The highly anticipated reopening took place at 7:00 ET (12:00 GMT), and within minutes cards were being dealt to more than 10,000 real-money players. According to PokerScout.com, Full Tilt Poker immediately vaulted back into the No. 2 spot in the online poker traffic rankings behind its new sister site PokerStars. FTP saw a peak of 14,773 real-money cash game players on Tuesday, as reported by PokerScout.

Among those hitting the virtual felt early on were Full Tilt Poker Team Pros Gus Hansen and Viktor Blom. Hansen jumped right back into the site’s highest stakes, playing $ 1,000/$ 2,000 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw. Blom, meanwhile, took a seat at a $ .50/1 cash game before hopping into $ 50/100 pot-limit Omaha to play against Hansen and others later on in the day.

Blom even posted a picture of one of his $ .50/1 tables. Check out the new avatar:

Tom Dwan, the third member of Full Tilt’s elite team of sponsored pros, is in the U.S. for the next week and was unable to participate in the reopening of the site. We expect to see the “durrrr” moniker at the high-stakes tables sooner rather than later.

For now, real-money games are not available those located in segregated markets like France, Spain, Denmark, Estonia and Belgium, but those players can withdraw their balances though PokerStars. Players in the U.S. and Italy do not yet have access to their funds.

We’ll be providing news, views and reactions throughout the week, so be sure to keep locked in to PokerNews.com.

Moorman Takes Another Crack at Title

When the PokerStars United Kingdom & Ireland Poker Tour (UKIPT) Bristol kicks off on Wednesday, eight players will hit the felts to play out a final table with £254,840 up for grabs. The first ever UKIPT online tournament began on Oct. 14, with 587 players putting up the £770 buy-in at PokerStars.com. After two days of play, the event was paused so the eight-handed final could be played in a live setting in Bristol on Nov. 7.

Chris “Moorman1″ Moorman, considered one of the best tournament players in the world, has the first-place £77,126 prize in his sight as he will begin the final table third in chips with 562,818. Despite boasting more than $ 11 million in online and live tournament cashes, Moorman has yet to achieve any major live wins. He has come close by placing second a few times, once at the 2011 WSOPE Main Event where he cashed for €800,000. The also took second at the 2011 WSOP $ 10,000 six-handed championship for $ 716,282, and again at the €10,000 EPT Berlin 8-max event, banking €145,000.

Moorman will be on display in Bristol as he looks to claim that elusive live Main Event win and add to his $ 2,700,162 in live tournament cashes.

Leading the Wednesday’s final table in chips with 1,530,528 will be 37 year-old Rafael “zugzwang16″ Haber, who placed third in the €2,100 SCOOP-H event at PokerStars earlier this year. In second place with 1,524,837 chips is Wojtek “piper_kl88″ Barzantny.

Also at the final table are Joep “Pappe_Ruk” van den Bijgaart (545,565 chips), Sregey “Seradja” Sergeevich Prostakov (490,798), Dan “danloulou” Smyth (485,659), David “komisch99″ Lenz (369,562), and Ben “gs08bjohnson” Jenkins (360,233).

Here a look at the UKIPT Online Main Event final table payouts:

For more on each of the final table members, visit the PokerStars Blog.

Rossiter Warms Up in Macau

The Asia Championship of Poker (ACOP) is taking place in Macau this week, and on Tuesday Jeff Rossiter kicked the series off by winning the HK$ 25,000 buy-in ACOP Warm-Up event for HK$ 1,777,000 (US$ 227,821).

A total of 358 players entered the Warm-Up event, generating a prize pool of $ 7,986,980 (just over US$ 1 million). Rossiter bested a talented field of pros that included the likes of Johnny Chan and Joseph Cheong, both of whom reached the final table. Chan exited in seventh place when his {A-Diamonds}{4-Spades} couldn’t improve against Rong Fan‘s {A-Spades}{Q-Spades}, and he collected $ 291,500 (HKD). Cheong was eliminated in third place after he moved his short stack all-in preflop with {Q-Clubs}{4-Clubs} and came up short to Rossiter’s {2-Hearts}{2-Diamonds}.

That left Rossiter playing heads-up against David Martiryosan for the title. On the final hand of the tournament, Rossiter limped his button and then snap-called a shove from Martiryosan. Rossiter’s {A-Spades}{10-Diamonds} was way out in front of his opponent’s {A-Diamonds}{2-Clubs}, and the {7-Spades}{2-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}{J-Hearts}{5-Diamonds} board brought an end to the three-day event.

Here’s a look at the final table results from the ACOP Warm-Up event:

The ACOP Main Event kicks off on Wednesday, so be sure to read our live updates here at PokerNews.com. For in-depth coverage of the Warm-Up event, check out the PokerStars Blog.

Everest Joins iPoker Network

On Tuesday, French online gaming group Betclic Everest announced that it has officially joined Playtech’s iPoker Network, making its products available in France and international markets on ipoker.fr and ipoker.com, respectively.

Playtech, a leading provider of software and services for the online and mobile gaming industry, also confirmed that the Everest Casino brand is scheduled to launch in early 2013.

Everest and Betclic poker will continue to share their liquidity pool and have improved on their rake structure to benefit their French players, which will enhance the player’s experience. Playtech Chief Executive Mor Weizer is happy with the move, stating: “We anticipate that the enlarged liquidity pools on iPoker.fr and iPoker.com will attract further brands to the growing stable of well-established operators and contribute to our future success.”

Ignacio Martos, CEO of the Betclic Everest Group, said: “We are pleased to offer the best of breed technology to our poker players. Larger liquidity and state of the art features will give our players a superior experience, in line with our strategy of offering nothing but the best to our community of players. Playtech offers a market-leading range of products including a world-class casino, which Everest will be taking full advantage of in 2013. Betclic will maintain its program of investment in technology and innovation, focusing on major regulated markets to sustain profitable business growth.”

Read more at InterGameOnline.com.

Randy Lew in Macau

Last year, Team PokerStars Online’s Randy “nanonoko” Lew won his first major live title at the PokerStars.net Asia Pacific Poker Tour Macau Main Event. Before beginning his title defense in Macau this week, Lew posted some video footage of last year’s trip over at PokerStars.tv. If you’ve never been to Macau, this is definitely worth a watch:

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Chris Moorman Talks Player of the Year Race At Epic Poker League

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Card Player POY Update — Chris Moorman Takes The Lead, Elio Fox Into Top Five

Here is a look at the Card Player Player of the Year movement from October 12-20. Be sure to check back each week for another update from the world of tournament poker.

World Series of Poker Europe

The World Series of Poker Europe made a smashing debut this year at the Majestic Barrière Casino in Cannes, France. When the WSOPE premiered in 2007, its three events drew 623 total players. The main event that year attracted 362 players and awarded £1,000,000 to eventual champion Annette Obrestad.

Elio Fox This year’s series featured seven bracelet events that attracted a total of 2,626 players, with the marquee €10,400 main event drawing an impressive field of 593 players.  That is a remarkable 231 players more than the previous high-water mark of 362 players for the event.

After five days of play, American Elio Fox came out on top, defeating Chris Moorman for the title, €1,400,000 first prize and 2400 POY points. Fox has earned $ 2,684,544 in POY qualifying events so far this year, and 4,320 POY points in the process.

In addition to taking down this prestigious event, Fox won the 2011 Bellagio Cup Main Event for $ 669,692 and 1320 POY points, as well as a $ 1,500 event at the 2011 Venetian Deep Stack Extravaganza III for $ 87,192 and 600 POY points. These three big wins were enough to vault him into fourth place in the overall POY standings.

Although he finished runner-up, Moorman is still having an absolutely fantastic 2011. The second-place finish netted him €800,000 or $ 1,101,520, as well as 2000 POY points, moving him into the lead in the POY overall standings. He is now leading second place resident Sam Stein by a margin of 1370 points. Also noteworthy is the fact that Moorman is also currently ranked sixth in the Online Player of the Year race with $ 649,196 Internet winnings this year.

Chris Moorman Moorman has had a number of huge scores in some of 2011’s biggest no-limit hold’em events, with a total of $ 2,289,194 in POY qualified earnings. He started the year off by making the final table of the Aussie Millions $ 10,000 main event, finishing seventh for $ 174,244 and 600 POY points. He followed that up with an impressive summer at the World Series of Poker, starting off with a third-place finish in a $ 2,500 six-max no-limit hold’em event for $ 271,800 and 1200 POY points. He improved on that score with a runner-up finish in the $ 10,000 six-max no-limit hold’em event for $ 716,282. This week’s runner-up finish at the WSOP Europe main event was the biggest score of his career.

Also making the final table were Moritz Kranich who finished third, fourth-place finisher Brian Roberts, Shawn Buchanan who placed sixth and Jake Cody who came in seventh.

Here are the official results and payouts:
1. Elio Fox – €1,400,000 (2,400 POY Points)

2. Chris Moorman – €800,000 (2,000 POY Points)

3. Moritz Kranich – €550,000 (1,600 POY Points)

4. Brian Roberts – €400,000 (1,200 POY Points)

5. Dermot Blain – €275,000 (1,000 POY Points) 

6. Shawn Buchanan – €200,000 (800 POY Points)

7. Jake Cody – €150,000 (600 POY Points)

8. Max Silver – €115,000 (400 POY Points)

In addition to the eventful main event, the WSOP Europe also played host to six other bracelet events. Last week’s POY update detailed the results of events 1-3. Event no. 4, the €3,200 no-limit hold’em shootout, was won by Tristan Wade. He defeated Mike Watson heads up for his first WSOP gold bracelet, 936 POY points and €182,048. Wade now sits in 23rd place in the overall standings, with six final tables and three titles this year. Also making the final table was current 17th place resident Steve O’Dwyer, Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier who moved into 21st position in the overall standings, reigning Online Player of the Year Taylor Paur and James Dempsey.

Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi added another huge title to his list when he took down the unique “mix-max” event no. 5, officially titled the €10,400 no-limit hold’em split format event. It started with full-ring play on day one, then shifted to six handed play for day two, and on the third day the final sixteen played heads-up until a winner was crowned. Mizrachi defeated Shawn Buchanan in the final match up for €336,008 and 780 POY points. Buchanan has moved into 29th place in overall standings after this runner-up finish and his final table showing in the main event. Other notables to make the final right included Brian Powell, Noah Schwartz, Roger Hairabedian and Dan Fleyshman.

The final bracelet event before the main, event no. 6, was a €1,620 pot-limit Omaha event that attracted 339 entrants. The eventual champion was Philippe Boucher, who took home €124,584 and 816 POY points.

Bellagio’s Festa al Lago

Justin Young While much of the poker world fought it out in Europe, the Bellagio played host to its annual Festa al Lago Classic tournament series. Card Player publisher Barry Shulman and Bryan Devonshire both won preliminary events, but the performance of the series undoubtedly goes to Justin Young. He finished runner-up in one of the prelims, and then went on to take down the $ 5,000 Main Event for $ 349,590 and 1104 POY points. Young now sits in 104th in the overall standings.

Looking Ahead

There are a couple of big chances to pick up POY points over the next week. The fall European leg continues with the European Poker Tour San Remo tournament series running from October 20-27 and featuring 23 events including a €4,600 main event and a €10,000 single-reload eight-max no-limit hold’em event.

Also running this week is the World Series of Poker Circuit Chicago $ 1,600 re-entry main event at the Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, IN. In addition to the main event, this WSOP Circuit stop features eleven other events with buy-in ranging from $ 350 up to $ 1,100.

In Las Vegas, the 2011 Caesars Palace Poker Classic is getting underway on October 21 and continuing until November 7th, with the $ 1,000 buy-in championship event beginning on November 4th.

A Look At The Standings

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Chris Moorman, Jake Cody and Shawn Buchanan Highlight 2011 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event Final Table

Jake CodyAfter four days of action, the final table of the 2011 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event is set. The remaining eight players will all regroup on Thursday to battle down to a champion who will earn a coveted bracelet along with a first-place prize of €1.4 Million.

Leading the way is Elio Fox, winner of the 2011 WPT Bellagio Cup this summer. Fox scored a double elimination late in the day when his pocket tens were able to outrun Arnaud Mattern’s pocket aces and Alexander Dovzhenko’s big slick. The massive pot gave Fox the momentum he needed to finish the day with 3,990,000, which is nearly 50 percent more chips than his closest competitor, Jake Cody.

Cody, fresh off of his Triple Crown winning performance at this summer’s WSOP, is looking to add a second bracelet to his growing collection. The Brit is joined by fellow countryman Chris Moorman, who will enter the final table looking to take over the 2011 Card Player Player of the Year lead entering the race’s final months.

Chris MoormanIncredibly, Moorman is currently ranked in the top ten for both POY and Online Player of the Year (OPOY) standings. To date, the young pro has amassed over $ 4.1 million in tournament earnings.

Other notables at the final table include Brian Roberts, Max Silver, Moritz Kranich and Shawn Buchanan, who will have some work to do as the table’s shortest stack.

Those interested in watching all of the action can see a nearly live stream of the final table, with holecards, on both ESPN3 and WSOP.com. The broadcast is set to start at 8 a.m. EST.

Here’s a look at the final table and their chip counts.

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Chris Moorman Makes A Run At 2011 Player of the Year

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Chris Moorman On Day 3 of 2011 WSOP $10k Six-Max NLH

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