How An Amateur Poker Turned $40 Into $2.5 Million At The World Series Of Poker
A high-stakes adrenaline rush for anyone who ever dreamed of wining 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 his 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.
- Publication Date:
- 26 / 04 / 2006
- 135 x 210mm