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Doyles Room Pro Chris Moorman Leads at Aussie Millions 2011

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Jan/27/2011
Chris Moorman

DoylesRoom.com is being well represented at the Aussie Millions 2011 main event with a “Brunson 10” player leading the way with the biggest chip count.  Chris Moorman sat with 1,643,000 chips entering the final day.  (learn more about DoylesRoom.com here)

Moorman and the other 17 players will reconvene at 12:30pm EST Friday, to play until the final 7 runner-up positions are decided.

The 2011 Aussie Millions Main event, being held at the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia, has a prize pool of AUD$7,210,000, to be divided among the top 18 players, the top seat receiving an impressive AUD$2,000,000.

“We’ll be rooting for Chris (Moorman) to make the final table as Gambling911.com enjoys a great relationship with DoylesRoom.com and Doyle Brunson himself,” stated Jenny Woo, Senior International Correspondent of the Gambling911.com website. 

The Brighton, UK-born poker player has been especially successful online He has won over $5.4 million in live tournaments and over the Internet. 

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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