Darvin Moon Death – Darvin Moon (October 1, 1963 – September 19, 2020) was an American independently employed lumberjack and beginner poker player who was the sprinter up of the 2009 World Series of Poker (WSOP) US$10,000 no-restriction Texas hold’em Main Event. It was his first time playing in the World Series of Poker. Moon, who showed himself how to play poker, ran a little logging organization in the Maryland Panhandle before acquiring a 2009 World Series seat by winning a $130 satellite competition.
Moon earned the chip lead right off the bat in the competition, and in the end entered the last table as the chip head, with around 30 percent of the chips in play. In spite of the fact that Moon quickly lost the lead, he in the end recaptured it subsequent to dispensing with veteran players like Steve Begleiter and Phil Ivey. Moon at last lost heads facing Joe Cada, gaining Moon US$5.18 million for his runner up finish.
Albeit some scrutinized his playing style and absence of experience, Moon was likewise adulated for his regular worker character and self-expostulating way. Moon partook in the 2010 National Heads-Up Poker Championship, however lost in the second round to poker proficient Annie Duke. He likewise contended in the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event, however was killed on Day 2.