- Profession Donkey
- Favorite Place to Play Live Pokerhttp://moormanpoker.com
- Hobbies Trying to get out of the barn
- Favorite Cash Games NL/PL HE, $3/$6 to $5/$10
- Favorite Tournament Game NL/PL HE MTTs, $100 and over
Moorman1 - Poker Player Profile
Full Tilt Poker MoormanI
Party Poker Moorman1
bwin (Ongame) Randomdonk99
Betfair (old) ROSSTHEBOSS6
Bwin (PartyPoker) Therealmoorm
Paddy Power Poker hitthedole1
Absolute Poker Imoldplzfold
Lock - Old Merge ChrisMoorman
32Red Poker RandyDorfman
Cake Poker MoormanI
William Hill 6FIGGTRIGG
Ladbrokes Poker Raidalot
World Wide Ranking
Former High Point
United Kingdom Ranking
Brighton and Hove Ranking
Number of Cashes
- $7,500,000 in lifetime cashes
- 18 Ranked 18th World Wide
P5s Scouting Report
Chris Moorman (moorman1) holds the record for PocketFives Triple Crowns and won the Monthly PLB in April and December '09. Chris also took down the 2009 Yearly PLB award here at PocketFives. An incredibly consistent player, moorman1 chopped the FTOPS XIII Event #17 ($300+22 NLHE with rebuys) for $204,000 in August '09. He's won several major events, including the Absolute and Full Tilt 1k's and a chop of the Sunday 2nd chance on Stars. He final tabled the Full Tilt $750k Guaranteed in January 2008 for $36,600 and became the #1 ranked online tournament player worldwide in January 2009. His second-largest online cash came in April '09 when he final tabled the PokerStars SCOOP High Stakes Main Event for $113,000.
In February '09, he won the PokerStars $100 Sunday rebuy for $88,200 and then took down the Full Tilt Sunday Brawl a month later for $109,600. More recently, Chris has a November '10 win in the PartyPoker $250k Guaranteed weekly flagship event for $52,500 along with a 3rd place showing in the PokerStars SCOOP $200 NLHE Cubed *1r+1a* tournament for $67,800 from May '10.
One of his largest tracked online scores to date came in early 2011, when he finished third in the $1K Monday on Full Tilt for $235,000. The same year, he took third in a SCOOP $2,100 NLHE Cubed event for $84,000.
Moorman took 7th in the Aussie Millions Main Event in 2011 for $173,000. Later that year, he drove to a second place finish in the WSOP Europe Main Event for almost a million bucks, narrowly missing out on his first bracelet. He fell heads-up to New York's Elio Fox in that tournament.
The Well: Chris "moorman1" Moorman
moorman1 Podcast - October 23, 2008