WSOP Review: James Moore sees through souls in back-to-back title wins

In what must rank as one of the most alluring narratives in recent World Series of Poker times, James Moore successfully defends his title in the $1,000 Super Seniors event.

As a radiologist, James Moore has seen the bones of thousands of people, but when it comes to the World Series of Poker (WSOP), it seems he can see through to people’s souls.

One of the beautiful narratives of the WSOP played out in the Super Seniors event as Moore successfully defended his title to become a two-time bracelet winner, overcoming a field of 1,720 entrants, 16.53% bigger than the field he sent to the incinerators in 2016.

Speaking to the WSOP crew, eyes narrowing like a satisfied cat, Moore explained how he had put some concerted effort into improving his game since his 2016 win, and the evidence is there to see.

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