Moorman Horse Wins Big at PCA, More Added Value at Dusk Till Dawn

Chris Moorman

Moorman Horse Wins Big at PCA?
It’s not a bad time to be Chris Moorman, last month he final tabled the Pokerstars Sunday Million and then went on to take down the Pocket Fives Online Player of the Year title for 2009. Now we have heard rumours from the excellent blondepoker forum that he was one of the big winners in the Pokerstars Caribbean Adventure Main Event, even though he didn’t make it into the money.

Tyler Reiman
Tyler Reiman

That is because according to what is being said on the forums that Tyler Reiman of the USA who came 2nd in the event was staked by the online legend. Moorman is known to stake several online players for multi table tournaments and it looks like the $1,750,000 won by Reiman for his efforts could provide a very nice early bonus for the UK star (If the rumours are true of course).

Watch out Neil Channing there is a new golden backer in town!

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More Added Value at Dusk Till Dawn
More mind blowing value for the regulars at the home of UK poker, Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham. Wednesday night would appear to be the night to play poker as from the 20th of January; the club are adding festival packages to their nightly tournaments. A monthly deepstack or twenty20 seat will be on offer for the following events:

Dusk Till Dawn
Dusk Till Dawn

8.00PM £40 + £6 Rebuy £2500GTD PLUS 1 x £100K Deepstack Package
8.15PM £25 + £6 Freezeout £1500GTD Plus 1 x £40K 20Twenty Package

Based on usual prize pots, that is 50% and 33% added value respectively for the winner of each event. All of which goes to show why Dusk Till Dawn is ruining us all for other poker venues in the United Kingdom.

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