Chris Moneymaker (left) and David Oppenheim (right) have been inducted into the prestigious Poker Hall of Fame.
The owner of the Hall of Fame, The World Series of Poker, announced on Monday during the Main Event final table celebration that two people shall become the 57th and 58th members for their exclusive club. The 10 finalists were announced earlier last month right after an online nominat[...] Read more » Chris Moneymaker and David Oppenheim Inducted to Poker Hall of Fame
Joined: May '09
Age: 35 (M)
so we have final decision about new hall of fame members!this two poker players,Chris Moneymaker and David Oppenheim,are chosen from 10 players and this is big honor for players!its not easy to come in poker hall of fame and when they choose one or two per year!congratulations!
Chris moneymaker I certainly know ... this is a very famous player .... and when I just started playing poker ... It was a long time ago, I think ... 10 years ago .... and it seems to me that he has long earned his place in the hall of fame of poker ... but to my shame I don’t know the second player at all .... probably this is also a great player
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 43 (F)
Two new names in the hall of fame. I know the first one only. And this is just for show after all. Either you are in it or not, nothing changes, at least for all the rest. For them it might mean something They both have nice achievements in their poker career so far.
Joined: Jan '14
Age: 41 (M)
I do not like this thing because these two players together have a single bracelet. It is not fair to other players which have 6 bracelets like Chris Ferguson or Ted Forrest, David Chiu 5, Eli Elezra 4, Huck Seed 4 or Mike Matusow 4. Win the weakest players in bracelets. I'm disappointed because of this and i do not think it was normal that they to win. Those with 6 bracelets would have deserved to win or with 5 or 4.