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MOON TO ATTEND NFC CHAMPIONSHIP

Darvin Moon is set to attend the NFC Championsship along with a few others.Moon will be seated in a luxury box in the Louisiana Superdome, home of the Saints, alongside several top-tier names. Headlining the list is singer Jimmy Buffet, whose bevy of hit singles include “Margaritaville,” “Changes in Latitude, Changes in Attitude,” “Cheeseburger in Paradise,” and “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere,” which he recorded with country superstar Alan Jackson. Buffet’s career has spanned 40 years and resulted in a bevy of chart-topping hits.

MOON FAILS TO WIN TOURNAMENT

Darvin Moon failed to win a tournament recently despite being the favourite. While no more than three in track, I find myself less than four meters of the protagonists, on the TV set. Cada stimulus when it is the last of the class. ShortStack , he pushes his chips in the middle when the French back over him. It is a call for easy Saout who will play a 80-20 to almost 2 million dollars with his top pair. If he wins, he will have a big chip advantage over Darvin Moon and would be favored to win the title.

MOON HAPPY

Darvin Moon after a public disapperance has once again come back to the limelight and is much happier than before. Darvin Moon, the runner-up to Joe Cada in the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event, has kept his word and largely stayed out of the public eye since last November. He’s still living in the same house he was before his $5,180,000 score and he’s quite happy with his life.

MOON ENTERS DAY 2B

Darvin Moon easily entered into the Day 2b of the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event - all the online poker practice paid off! Online poker is just as social as a real poker game with players being able to communicate with each other via live chat. They also get to enjoy casino games like online fruit machines simultaneously.

MOON TO HOST POKER EVENT

Darvin Moon is all set to host a poker event. Foxwoods Resort Casino is holding a week-long "Mega Stack Challenge" in August that will be hosted by well-known poker pros Chris Moneymaker and Darvin Moon.

The tournament series will be held from August 17-23 with a $500,000 guaranteed prize pool. The first event will be a two-day event from August 17-18 with each player starting with 15,000 chips. There is a $125,000 prize pool and a buy-in of $340.

DARVIN MOON PLAYING THE NATIONALS

Darvin Moon, the man who came in second at the 2009 World Series of Poker (WSOP) is one of 63 poker players registered to play in the 6th National Heads-Up Poker Championship running through the weekend at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

The self-proclaimed good ‘ol boy with the everyman style was seen still wearing his trademark New Orleans Saints baseball cap. He was quoted as saying this will be the biggest game he’s played in since the WSOP, and the only poker he’s played at all has been games with buddies in his small town of Oakland, Maryland.

MOON HOSTING POKER CHALLENGE

2009 World Series of Poker Main Event runner-up Darvin Moon will be hosting his own tournament series in the New Year at the very same casino where he won a satellite into the WSOP.

The Wheeling Island Hotel and Casino will be hosting The Darvin Moon Poker Challenge Jan. 14-18 featuring a series of four No-Limit Hold’em tournaments with buy-ins ranging from $125 to $550.

DARVIN UP FOR RIO POKER BATTLE

Poker pros and amateurs alike will head to Las Vegas for the annual WSOP, which begins on May 28th from the Rio. Cada, who earned $8.5 million last year after outlasting Maryland logger Darvin Moon, told conference call members, “The tough thing about tournament poker is that the variance is so high and the fields are so large. The biggest concern I have is being on top of my game and playing when I’m prepared to play. Last year, I played in 16 events. This year, I’ll probably play in 20-something events.”

DARVIN ON COVER OF ANTE UP

Darvin Moon, the Maryland logger who turned a Wheeling Island Casino satellite seat into $5 million at the 2009 World Series of Poker, is the cover story of the May issue of Ante Up, Your Poker Magazine.

"Am I the same person? Yes I am," Moon told Ante Up's Christopher Cosenza. "It's just life is a lot more hectic."

Also in the May issue is a Special Report on higher poker limits and longer operating hours coming to Florida poker rooms on July 1.