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Will Chris Moneymaker be Inducted to 2016 Hall of Fame?

October 02, 2015

It is undeniable that Chris Moneymaker changed the face of poker forever. And he continues to be an advocate for poker by campaigning in many ways including the recent Pro Tour in California. Sarah talks to him about a recent suggestion that he, and Phil Ivey should be the next inductees when they turn the big 4-0 in 2016.

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