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Chris Moorman is the most successful online poker tournament player in history.

  • Leads the industry with more than $11 million in online cashes
  • Excels on the tournament circuit with over $4 million in live cashes
  • Placed in the top three in online tournaments 651 times to date

Many strong poker players have written books explaining their thought processes. However, players at the low- to mid-stakes who want to advance to the highest levels find the leap a daunting one. Chris, through years of hard work, has achieved this advance and now wants to help you do the same.

Moorman’s Book of Poker has a unique approach. Chris analyzes 80 tournament hand histories played by co-author Byron Jacobs – a typical mid-stakes player. The adoption of a coaching format allows Chris to explain in clear detail exactly what is needed to progress to the next level of expertise.

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In the extract we say Chris is all the time PocketFives Triple Crown leader. A Triple Crown. A full explanation can found on the PocketFives website, but basically the PocketFives Triple Crown winner is the latest person to win three different tournaments on three different sites over the course of one week (any seven day period).

Sample of video series based on the book:

Moorman’s Book of Poker is a must-have for any poker player’s library and I am sure that in time it will be up there with some of the most influential poker strategy books of our time.

Chad Holloway, UKPokerNews

…a must buy for anyone who is remotely interested in understanding how a world class professional thinks about the game.

Doyle Brunson

Chris Moorman is flat out one of the best players anywhere

Lon McEachern, ESPN Commentator

With $3m banked in live tournament cashes, Moorman has evolved into one of the most accomplished and feared pros in the world.

Poker Player Magazine

Moorman1, in my opinion, is the best online tournament player who has ever lived. He has put in 60-hour weeks for eight-plus years. No one is more naturally talented and a harder worker than him.

Alexander Fitzgerald, Professional Poker Player and columnist for Bluff