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The two fingers that altered poker For good!





Ultimate two fingers from the WSOP 2003 principal celebration, Chris Moneymaker vs Sam Farha. Famous motion! How would you price the bluff?

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42 comments

  1. How did this effect the game? That was stupid dude just over bet him nothing to see here.

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  2. The most amazing and entertaining run of poker ever lol

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  3. Legend has it money maker hasn't won a pot since!

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  4. understand this was a long time ago. play poker every once in awhile. this hat and sunglasses shit is nonsense, why not just wear a paper bag with eye holes and also wear sunglasses underneath.

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  5. That continuation raise was surely illegal. "There's the 300" is a call in any other casino.

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  6. Amazing how the year after this Moneymaker's payout became the 3rd place payout

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  7. Practice being calm.

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  8. no one could beat his style..

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  9. Had Queens in my hand. Huh?

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  10. 7:05 Ta da.

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  11. Poker is 95% luck, very little skill.

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  12. i've said this before but i'll say it again…
    i think that sunglasses should be banned from poker 'cos you can tell alot about people from their eyes and in a way it's like cheating.

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  13. To all of you saying Moneymaker sucks. Newsflash he's better than you. He won the tournament. You didn't

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  14. Farha blew that 1.3 million faster than a gold digger wife.

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  15. My memory was that Farha had three nines on this hand. So much for memories

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  16. Important hands. yes. Important year yes. But the really important year was a few year before when Scotty won the WSOP but that amateur came in second. That was the crack in the dike. People saw that and as word got around, more people jumped into the tournament

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  17. To those who think Moneymaker can't play: Shortly after this he finished 2nd at a WPT event. Final hand was 3-way, chip leader Phil Gordon had A8off, third place in chips went all in and Gordon called. Chris said if he didn't have aces he would fold. He looked and had JJ and went AI and Gordon called and hit an ace to knock them both out.

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  18. And Moneymaker's career ended

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  19. everytime i watch those moments, i cant get rid of the thought that this was rigged. moneymaker was such a poor player, so many times he had luck on the river, so many times he played like a jerk and still he won…
    and this tournament was a gateway for poker.

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  20. Why do they allow string bets? "There's your 300 first"….. "No, I raise"

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  21. Sammy took it on the chin like a gentleman, Moneymaker isn't a terrible player and a lot of idiots like to slag him off but he won it and they didn't. Many people have him to thank for opening the game up.

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  22. So that's how money's made, by Mr. Moneymaker. Anyone ever flopped a royal and took forever to call?

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  23. love the fact that Moneymaker has does nothing since.

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  24. two hands that killed the "pro".  last time you saw a pro win anything unless they are playing each other now.

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  25. Moneymaker could've never been shown and not won and the poker boom would've still happened. It was the fact that this was shown from day 1 to a winner on ESPN with the HC cam that did it. Not Moneymakers win.

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  26. I read moneymakers book. even he acknowledges how lucky he kept getting. At the final table—- Four times all in with the worst hand, something like six times when a small pair becomes trips and multiple big hands of his holding up. Luck is still important at crunch time in poker. Where's Moneymaker today?? He's ghost in the poker world.

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  27. Moneymaker yanked Farha's pants down and ram it hard lol

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  28. The third to last hand Sammy folded the better hand as well and Money Maker was all in then too .

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  29. Sammy knew he had been had after Chris' big exhale after his lay down.

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  30. Sam was only 44 in 2003. He looked 54. I was 30…now I'm 44. WTF!!!!

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  31. "The hand that changed poker" was when Moneymaker rivered an Ace to beat Phil Ivey when there was 10 players left…without that Moneymaker does not win this tourney

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  32. Moneymaker vs Darvin Moon, I take Moon

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  33. Sammy should have called that bluff instantly, im very surprised he folded

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  34. True, Moneymaker may be a bum, but no one would give a shit about this video if not for him. Main Events wouldn't continue to break record entries every year if not for him. Sure, Doyle and his boys back in the 60's and 70's made Texas Hold 'Em what its is but… Amazingly Moneymaker made poker what it is now. None of us would have started playing poker if not for him.

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  35. great bluff, and big balls

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  36. Thanks guys …. Thanks for making everyone think they can play poker…

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  37. Just like Dalton, Moneymaker takes down Brad Wesley one more time.

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  38. I love how Moneymaker says "raise" …. Awesome tournament and the reason I am a fan (as I suspect others are also).

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  39. This plays out like a poker movie.

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  40. I think you forgot the hand Ivey VS Moneymaker

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  41. when poker was fun to watch

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  42. Sammy Farha is ten times better player than this trailer trash.

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