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Chris Moorman and Wife Announced as New Americas Cardroom Pros

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Nov/01/2021

Americas Cardroom has just made it official.  They welcome two new pros as website ambassadors: Chris Moorman and Katie Lindsay.  The two are married. 

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Moorman is considered “the most accomplished online poker player in the world” and it’s hard to argue with that. An article from Card Player magazine in the summer of 2021 lists Moorman as one of the top-10 players in all-time online earnings, dubbing him a “living legend of online tournament poker”.

Born in 1985, the native of England brings a European flair to the ACR Team Pros. One of his best showings came on that continent as he finished second in the 2011 WSOP Europe Main Event, pocketing a whopping 800,000 Euros ($1,068,690 USD). This is just part of his over $6 Million in live earnings.

Wife Katie is an accomplished poker player herself.

She’s racked up more than $1.5 million in total online earnings to date plus close to half a million in live earnings, including a $50,000 win during the Deepstack Extravaganza IV at the Venetian in 2018.

What a great addition to the Americas Cardroom team.....Be sure to open your account and claim up to $2000 in free bonus money.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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