I honestly think that Raymer is one of the better tournament players around. His win in 2004 was less a Moneymaker story (the one-hit wonder) and more a case of a regional pro unknown to most of the poker world finally earning respect. Raymer has been playing in bigger games at Foxwoods for some time, and in fact has earned investors a significant profit over several contracts. He's a deep thinker, and places a premium on making the best decision at any given point. Not many players give the kind of dedication to poker that Raymer does.
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