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Some people, it is their mother, friends and friends that taught them how to play poker but Darvin Moon taught himself. He is an American self-employed logger and amateur poker player who was the runner-up of the 2009 World Series of Poker (WSOP) US$10,000 no-limit Texas hold’em main event. Once upon a time, he was another man on the street trying to make ends meet until poker brought him to lime light. What is it with poker that makes an oridinary man exceptional? If you see it a table game for the jobless millionaires, you are missing out because poker is more than a game. In 2009, after the suspenseful playing and dramas on the table, Moon bowed to second place to Joe Cada earning US$5.18 million.
He may be criticized for his playing pattern or lack of experience but success has been given birth with this. He does not need to understand the rules of the games to win money. This is what makes poker a game that can favor anyone who is willing to try his hands on the games. Moon participated in the 2010 National Heads-Up Poker Championship, but lost in the second round to Annie Duke. He also competed in the 2010 World Series of Poker main event, but was eliminated on the second day. .
Prior to entering the World Series of Poker, Moon lived in a 14 by 70 feet (4.3 by 21 m) trailer with his wife, Wendy.  Moon owns and operates a small logging company with other family members. Most of his days were spent in pine forests scattered throughout the Maryland Panhandle. Look at Moon today, smiling always because his hard work has finally paid off in the game of poker. He is a figure that anyone can look up to and win this November Nine, 2012 game.