Chris Moorman Win Passes $15 Million Total Online Cashes

Chris Moorman Win Passes $15 Million Total Online Cashes

Less than a year after winning a record 26th Online Triple Crown, Chris Moorman set a new landmark in lifetime online tournament cashes at $15 million.

Moorman’s landmark win was the WSOP.com $25,000 Weekly Sunday. He won a “modest” $16,929, but it was enough to push him over the $15 million mark. He has since won an additional $4,345 to push his total online cashes to $15,021,323.

Moorman endured a field of 72 entrants and 53 rebuys to become the first player to hit $15 million. The event lasted a little under 5 hours before Moorman managed to claim victory. The win is his third individual online win since early June. The events he won were the WSOP.com $15,000 Weekly Friday and America’s Cardroom $15,000 DTD – Turbo Mega Stack.

Moorman Finds Success Offline Too

In July alone, Moorman led Team UK to victory in the 888poker 8-Team Competition (which had 7 teams). He, Niall Farrell, and Billy Chattaway managed to tally up 400 points during the competition, with Moorman being the chip leader of surviving players on days 3 and 4 of the competition for massive bonuses. Between his finishes on days 3 and 4 alone, Team UK would have won the competition by 50 points.

Beyond just playing, Moorman signed on to be an official ambassador of 888poker back in June. He joined Kara Scott and Denilson as ambassadors for the online poker giant. When Moorman signed, he had already set the record for top earning online poker player of all time (which he set back in February).

Other names involved at the WSOP.com final table were two-time WSOP bracelet winner Scott Clements (third, $7,005), Jed Hoffman (fourth, $5,838), and Justin Lapka (sixth, $4,028). Rounding out the podium was player “Chipman1728” who took home $9,924.

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The biggest prize of the day went to David Goodman, who walked out of the $100,000 GTD Sunday with $37,409. It was Goodman’s second biggest win ever, with his largest coming only two weeks ago at the WSOP Event #63: $3,200 No-Limit Hold'em Online Bracelet High Roller where he won $212,021.

The GTD Sunday event featured 335 entrants, 154 rebuys and lasted a full 9 hours. The event registered as the largest of all American-regulated online poker events last week. 50 entrants won a min-cash of $675. More big winners included James Piccolo (third, $12,616), Craig Varnell (sixth, $6,748), and Michael Haberman Jr. (eighth, $3,374). Second place finisher “Kaakaa” finished with $21,272.

Rounding out the other three tournaments, the WSOP.com $15,000 Kick-off started the day, attracting 146 entrants. Bobby McLawhorn emerged victorious after five and a half hours of play with $4,542

WSOP.com $10,000 Weekly Sunday saw a field of 120 entrants and a five hour event. “Tuckinfittys” won with $4,306.

WSOP.com’s $12,000 Weekly Sunday Deepstack was the second largest tournament of the day, with 214 entrants, 239 rebuys, and 164 add-ons. The prize pool started the day at a $12,000 guarantee and swelled to just over $28,000. Player “herrrooooo” bagged $7,439 after over eight hours of play.

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