Poker book how an amateur poker player turned $40 into $2.5 million at the World Series of Poker Chris Moneymaker with Daniel Paisner A HIGH-STAKES ADRENALINE RUSH FOR ANYONE WHO EVER DREAMED OF WINNING IT BIG.
In 2003, a young accountant from Tennessee came out of nowhere to win the coveted World Series of Poker tournament. He borrowed money to get to Vegas, entered a live tournament for the first time ever, and spent the next four days battling to the top and making poker history in the process.
From hir early gambling forays to a play-by-play of his major hands at the World Series of Poker, Moneymaker proves to newcomers and poker pros alike that anything is possible with a chip and a chair: "Filled with enough fast-paced poker play to power the Vegas strip for a year." - Andy Bellin, author of Poker Nation
"It wouldn't be much of a stretch to call it the greatest underdog story in the history of poker." - Amarillo Slim Preston, World Series of Poker Champion
"Chris Moneymaker has an incredible story to tell - and he does - with just as much excitement as his win at the 2003 World Series of Poker." - Phil Hellmuth, author of Play Poker Like the Pros
Chris Moneymaker is the winner of the 2003 world Series of Poker. Daniel Paisner is a New York Times best-selling author who has written numerous book.
|Written jointly with
|Harper Collins Publishers
|Written in English
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