UK Poker Pro Chris Moorman Closing In On Top Online Player Spot

UK Poker Pro Chris Moorman Closing In On Top Online Player SpotUK’s Chris “Moorman1” Moorman has continued his relentless assault on the online poker tournament scene, and has now moved up into second place on BluffMagazine’s Online Poker Player Rankings table.
The Brunson 10 member has shown an incredible amount of consistency in his tournament results over the years and has now 10 career titles and 159 cashes to his name worth around $2 million. In the first quarter of 2010 alone, Moorman has already notched up almost $200,000 in winnings, including a 1st place finish at Full Tilt Poker’s $240 Sunday Brawl for $109,620.
The 24 year old pro from Brighton originally began his poker career playing cash games and despite being successful at the format, decided his mentality was best suited to tournament play. As he explains:
“I made the switch because I was playing $5/$10 and $10/$20 no-limit hold’em and even if I had a good day and played well I could still lose a lot of money because the standard was so good… I knew that if I wanted to play high-stakes cash I was going to have to go up and up the stakes and the swings would be crazy and I didn’t think I could handle it mentally so I decided to switch to tournaments.”
“I like the fact that with tournaments, relatively in terms of your whole bankroll, if you have a bad day or a bad week, it’s not the end of the world.”
Since making the switch, Moorman has never looked back and his achievements have subsequently been honoured within the industry with an amazing 8 Triple Crowns, awarded to players who have won three different tournaments on three different sites over the course of one week’ with a prize pool of at least $10K.
Chris Moorman can now be seen mostly playing in tournaments on sites such as PokerStars, UltimateBet, and Full Tilt Poker, as well as his sponsored site DoylesRoom.

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