On October 19, Nashville, Tennessee will play host to the Music City Shootout, a charity poker tournament being held to benefit Mother to Mother, a nonprofit organization the provides needy infants and children with vital social services and health and wellness items.
Tax-deductible buy-in tickets of $300 entitle players to a seat at the tables and the chance to win the grand prize, a seat at the 2019 WSOP Main Event. Hundreds of players are expected to attend, including online poker sensation Chris Moorman and 2004 WSOP Main Event Champion Greg Raymer.
The Brits will be out in full force at the 2018 WSOP, hoping to win more bracelets and make their country proud. In particular, there are a handful of players from the UK who’ve made a splash at the felt in the past and who will be looking to have repeat success this summer.
Here, then, is our list of five UK players to watch at the 2018 World Series of Poker.
Following the success of his first book, WSOP bracelet winner (and online poker’s winningest tournament player) Chris Moorman has written his second eponymously-titled volume, which includes both biographical and hand-analysis sections.
We hope you enjoy our review and that it convinces you to add this great book to your poker library.
Just ahead of the release of Moorman’s Book of Poker, we’re honored to bring you an exclusive interview with online poker superstar Chris Moorman. For those who haven’t yet heard of Chris, this interview will serve as a great introduction to one of poker’s must-know names. For those more familiar with Moorman and his achievements at the felt, you’ll get a deeper look at Chris’ career, what possessed him to write the book, and what he feels you can learn from his first foray into authoring a poker book. Plus, he got none other than Doyle Brunson to write the Forward! Interested yet? We thought so…
The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog wraps up its coverage of the World Series of Poker Europe with a report on the Main Event, featuring the winner Elio Fox. Fox wins €1.4 million and the championship bracelet.