see mom, i don’t need no stinkin degree! Fans rooting for John Dolan when the 24-year-old college dropout sits down at this weekend’s World Series of Poker main event final table will include family, friends and EvilCPA. That’s one of two online poker names for Ann-Margaret Johnston, a 42-year-old Atlanta-based certified public accountant, who has built a client roster of more than 200 professional poker players, including Dolan and several millionaires under the age of 21. She charges $250 an hour for her advice on taxes and other financial matters. One of her first clients was Chris Moneymaker, a then-27- year-old Tennessee accountant who won the $2.5 million prize at the 2003 World Series of Poker after qualifying online for $39. “After Chris won, everybody thought they could be a poker player,” Johnston, who started playing poker during her first visit to Las Vegas in 1997, said in an interview. “I’m trying to help them with their money so they don’t get stupid.” Johnston said about 30 percent of her business comes from poker clients, declining to give a dollar figure for revenue. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-11-04/millionaire-poker-players-bring-in-evil-cpa-to-help-them-preserve-winnings.html