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Moomin Finished 4th at 2023 World Poker Tour World Championship

On the final day of the WPT World Championship in Las Vegas, about five hours later, ACR Pro Chris Moorman finished fourth in the prestigious $10,400 buyout world championship. He won a new career-best prize of $2,095,300, surpassing his previous career-high cash of $1 million.

On the final day of the competition, we witnessed a talented finals table attended by WSOP bracelet holders Chris Moorman, Georgios Sotiropoulos, Artur Martirosian, Ben Heath, and Andrew Lichtenberger. As tensions mounted, every finalists were guaranteed a prize of at least $1.207 million. The $5,282,954 prize also included a coveted spot for the 2024 WPT World Championship, with Dan Sepiol emerging as the winner.

Reflecting on the competition, 38-year-old Mooman from England said, "This week was a really great match. It was a very strong final and I'm a little disappointed not to win a title, but I'm still very satisfied with what I've achieved and how the week has gone."

Amid the bustling atmosphere of the WPT World Championship in Las Vegas, Mooman was one of 3,583 contestants who competed for a share of the $4,000,000-worth pool of prize money shared by the top 480 finalists. Throughout the tournament, Mooman's journey was marked by glaring moments, including the elimination of day-ending chip leader Naz Azez, the lucky last River card on day five, and the start of the last table as the second-highest chip leader at an impressive 88,300,000 pounds (74bb).

WPT title holder and two-time WSOP Bracelet winner Chris Moorman has established himself as one of the best poker players in the world, earning more than $20 million in total through live poker competitions, including more than $6.7 million. Moorman's career in poker has been marked with numerous victories, notably winning first place at the 2014 WPT LA Poker Classic with an incredible $1,015,460 payday, second place at the 2011 WSOP European Main Event with $1,068,690, and a stellar $10,000 runner-up at the 2011 WSOP European Main Event with $716,282.
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