I know it's late in the game since the finale was shown last night, but just some comments on how things unfolded: Well, the second to last hand that was shown on last night's finale of the WSOP 2003 was a great bluff by Moneymaker. If Sam pushes his chips in on that hand at the end, he wins and could have been on his way to put the hurt on Moneymaker and picking up the big $2.5 million prize. And then Moneymaker stumbles into a great hand on the flop on the final hand and thoroughly trounces on Sam Farha. But Moneymaker was lucky in that another Jack or 10 didn't show up on the turn or the river. Moneymaker took so many big time player down this tournament, he took down each and every guy at the last table in the final 5 in last night's episode.