Pokerography Turns Its Eye on Chris Moorman on PokerGO
Chris Moorman Pokerography WSOP
Chris Moorman at the final table of his first bracelet win. (Photo: PokerPhotoArchive.com)

Pokerography Turns Its Eye on Chris Moorman on PokerGO

Online Legend Finally Cashes in on WSOP Bracelet

Posted June 20, 2017 by Paul Oresteen Chris Moorman Pokerography WSOP
Chris Moorman at the final table of his first bracelet win. (Photo: PokerPhotoArchive.com)

A few short weeks ago Poker Central released PokerGO – your go-to destination for all things poker. The official home for World Series of Poker live streams and the Super High Roller Bowl; the newest release in the Pokerography series is on recent bracelet winner Chris Moorman.

The world’s winningest online player with $14 million in earnings had a tough turn to make it in the live arena. He got heads-up in two huge WSOP events in 2011, only to finish second both times. He finally broke through in 2014 in the World Poker Tour’s LA Poker Classic.



Moorman’s struggle with the online world to his struggles with the pressure of the live arena came with seven-figure swings time after time. Then – Black Friday.

Moorman won the $3,000 No Limit Hold’em Six Max for $498,682 a week ago. He moved his WSOP career numbers to 31 cashes and $2.9 million.

Chris Moorman celebrating the moment of his win. (Photo: PokerPhotoArchive.com)

Moorman joins Maria Ho and Johnny Chan as the most recent releases for this season. They joined Jason Koon, Liv Boeree and Byron Kaverman with episodes on-demand on PokerGO

Premiering later this summer on PokerGO is Poker Nights – a scripted comedy starring Chris Parnell. The short-form comedy series follows a group of friends and players that rotate in and out of the their lives’. Phil Hellmuth filmed an episode in all his Hellmuthian glory is captured for a home game.