Fresh off the press and hitting shelves now, "The Moneymaker Effect" tells the inside story of the historic 2003 World Series of Poker Main Event that launched the poker boom. We catch up with author (and ALL IN Editor-in-Chief) Eric Raskin and '03 world champ Chris Moneymaker at their WSOP book signing to find out about the origins of the book and capture Moneymaker's reflections more than a decade later on that life-changing event.
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