Joe "The Kid" Cada ist der World Series of Poker Main Event Champion! Nach 87 Händen im heads-up gewann er mit einem Coinflip. Im letzten Jahr löste. Amateur Tebbon Promises Wife a Car, Gets Himself a. Der Gewinner jedes Events erhält ein World-Series-of-Poker-Armband (das WSOP-Main-Event-Champion Joe Cada kehrte an den Finaltisch zurück.
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2009 World Series Of Poker Winner Level Info Video2009 WSOP Main Event - Top 5 Hands - World Series of Poker Gaming Business. The inaugural WSOPE, held inmarked the first time that a WSOP bracelet was awarded outside Las Vegas. Not one, not two, not three, but FOUR poker heavy hitters collide at our Google Feuds featured table.
The other nine will become the November Nine. Who will it be? Will it be Darvin Moon, the logger from Maryland who looks to extend his improbable run?
Will it be Steve Begleiter, the former Bear Sterns executive looking to cash in on the biggest stage in poker? Will it be Billy Kopp, the young student from Kentucky who has held the chip lead for much of the tournament?
Will it be Jeff Shulman the only player left who has actually been there before? Or will it be the most feared player in poker, Phil Ivey?
The tension is sure to be as high as the stakes! Main Event - Episode 22 Episode Day 8 of the Main Event continues. Just 23 players remain, and all eyes are on the biggest name in the game.
One player left in the field who has been there before is Jeff Shulman, and he'd like nothing more than to get there again.
And, as always, a new crop of players are making their mark, led by chip leader Billy Kopp, logger Darvin Moon, and former Bear Sterns Executive Steve Begleiter.
Every hand counts, every decision counts, as we are inching closer to finding out who will be the November Nine. Main Event - Episode 21 Episode It all comes down to this as just 27 players remain in the 40th Annual World Series of Poker Main Event.
This one hour show begins the last day of play before we reach the November Nine. Next to Ivey at the feature table, is his good friend, Jeff Shulman, the last player remaining to have reached a Main Event final table back in They are joined by the unlikely chip leader Darvin Moon, a logger from Maryland.
Bracelet winner Antonio Esfandiari is at table two. In the field, sits the last woman left, Leo Margets who is hoping to become only the second woman to ever make the Main Event final table.
This session is filled with excitement, energy, and tension as 27 players battle it out for the 9 coveted spots. Main Event - Episode 20 Episode The Main Event has been reduced from 6, players to just 44, and with only 5 active tables left inside the Rio, every hand is crucial.
Seven time bracelet winner Phil Ivey is still in the hunt for his first Main Event championship, and at the featured table, top pro Antonio Esfandiari is heeding the advice of his new life coach as he tries to extend the most successful Main Event run of his career.
When the day is done just 27 players will remain in pursuit of one of the nine most coveted seats in poker. Main Event - Episode 19 Episode After beginning with 6, players the main event is down to just 64!
It is a star studded and highly decorated field. The Magician, Antonio Esfandiari is at the feature table as he looks for bracelet number two.
Leo Margets is at Table 2, as she looks to become the first female since to make a main event final table. Out in the field, Tom Schneider hopes to become the first player of the year to win the big one.
While two players, Dennis Phillips and Jeff Shulman attempt to make their second main event final table. The big pros are getting all the attention, but as the main event has proven time and again, never count out the amateurs, like current chip leader, and Maryland logger, Darvin Moon.
The tension is rising as everyone has their sites now squarely set on final table. Main Event - Episode 18 Episode In a field that began with players, Show 24 begins with just remaining.
Eastgate is hoping to become the first repeat Main Event Champion in over 20 years, while Dennis Phillips is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Dan Harrington, who was the last player to make Main Event Final Tables in back to back years.
Also in the field are the last two women standing, Nicole Peppe and Leo Margets. Only one woman has ever made the Main Event Final Table Barbara Enright in Mike Caldwell says:.
November 10, at am. Dean Emerson says:. Josh says:. November 10, at pm. Anonymous says:. November 11, at am. Jeff says:. Dania says:. November 11, at pm.
Don't Hate says:. Gus says:. Ron D says:. Ben Smith says:. Cyrus says:. November 12, at am. November 12, at pm.
November 14, at am. David Spowart says:. November 16, at pm. Joe Cada says:. November 17, at am. November 17, at pm. VENITA says:. November 18, at pm.
Justin D says:. November 24, at pm. Sly says:. November 26, at am. UvBnBeat says:. December 1, at am. Cody says:.
Maj says:. December 4, at pm. December 21, at pm. Cada had the button and raised to 2. Moon called, and the flop came down J 6 5.
Moon checked, Cada bet 3. Cada called, and both players checked the Q on the turn. The river was the 2 , and Moon bet 7. Cada called and mucked when Moon showed Q 8 for top pair.
The two jostled back and forth for a bit before Cada really put the pressure on. Moon raised to 3 million, and Cada called. The flop came down J 4 2 , and Cada checked to Moon, who bet 4 million.
Cada called, and the turn was the Q. Cada checked once again, and Moon bet 6 million. Cada check-raised to The river was the 5 , and Cada announced a bet of 35 million.
Moon leaned back in his chair and let out a big sigh before pitching in his cards. The cards were unknown to everyone but ESPN , which will surely show the hand on Tuesday.
With that pot, Cada retook the lead with million to 72 million. After picking off a river bluff attempt by Moon, Cada was back in the driver seat, but Moon adapted and began to make big bets, including an all-in bet to freeze the young gun out.
Pretty soon, they were dead even in chips with 97 million apiece. The two remained virtually even through the break, but a rejuvenated Moon quickly took the upper hand with two hefty pots, allowing his chip advantage to grow to million to 73 million.
The damage just kept coming from Moon, who seemed to figure out the puzzle that was Cada. Cada raised to 3 million on the button, and Moon called.
The flop came out A 5 3 , and Moon led out for 5 million. Cada paused and then raised to 13 million. Darvin wasted no time cutting out a stack of five, then ten million.
But he drew gasps from the crowd as he continued to cut out more and more chips, eventually settling on a raise to 30 million. Cada immediately folded, and the pro-Moon crowd went berserk.
Now sitting with a chip lead, Moon slipped up. The flop came 10 9 5 , and both players checked. The turn was the 10 , and Moon checked once again.
Cada bet 3 million, and Moon announced all in. Cada took some time before making the call for his last 50 million or so with J 9.
Moon showed 8 7 for the open-ended straight draw, but missed when the river came in the form of the 3.
The hand left Moon shaken and perhaps a bit too trigger happy, eager to double-up or go home. Just a few hands later, Cada raised to 3 million on the button, and Moon reraised to 8 million.
Cada moved all in, and and Moon called for his last 67 million instantly with Q J! Cada showed 9 9 , and they were off to the races.
The turn was the K , making both sides of the auditorium flinch. With just six outs separating him from elimination, Moon watched as the 7 hit the river, and a deafening roar moved throughout the theater.
Cada took the mic and shook off a tear or two before thanking his legion of friends, family, and fans in the audience.
With that, he hoisted the bracelet over his head, much to the delight of everyone in the theater. I like Moon's attempt to leverage his lack of experience by playing big pots with the young pro-Cada once heads up and 5 million in the bank.
That was his BEST strategy. Sometimes the coin lands heads and sometimes it lands tails. Nuff Said.
Honest 11 years ago. I wish Moon would have won so Joker Stars wouldnt have another puppet in there stable of puppets to parade around for the next year.
However it is a risky choice to drop out of school to pursue a life in poker and Im glad for Joe Cada that it worked out for him.
However now there will be thousands more kids that will try to do the same and fail. They really should not emphisize the fact that he quit school for this.
SevenKidsPoppy 11 years ago. ESPN does nothing for the advancement of poker. Can't believe I waited 3 months to watch this complete donkfest.
I don't know what;s worse, watching an hour of fluff pieces and personal player interviews or watching Cada suck out all night long.
He was roughly 50 BB deep when he gambled it all with 22 against QQ. Sickens me to see people play so bad and get so lucky. I feel bad for Ivey, Saout and Schulman, IMO the only three who played well enough to win.
SBarnhouse 11 years ago. I wanted to throw up in my mouth and all over my two dogs watching that complete bingo-fest. What a piece of crap final table, and even crappier coverage by ESPN.
Highly dissapointed and may boycott it next year. AdamY 11 years ago. Yeah Jerkstore the hand you mentioned is pretty disgusting - a total misread with Cada trying to make a big bluff - now if cada calls and catches his set and busts saout it becomes a pretty good hand for Cada, they were deep enough for Cada to call there and take a flop, and he can get away from it cheap and easy if he doesn't catch - you know when he was short stacked I can't blame him for putting it in with those little pairs, but I guess it was no fluke as he continued to overplay small pairs even after he got chips - I used to play on Full Tilt and saw alot of people doing the same type of stuff in 6 handed No Limit games.
Cada just got insanely lucky, Jeff should have eliminated him when he overplayed his little pair AGAIN and ran into the Jacks.
Jesus Christ, Schulman had the tightest image at that table and Cada's reraise was suicidal - and they're trying to pass this kid off as a PRO??
I don't like Ivey's play with the Jacks after Saout 3bet - I think that's a great spot to get your money in with Jacks as a short stack but hey, it is Ivey and I guess he thought he was making a great laydown in a marginal situation.
It's one of those genius or insanity things - if Phil folds the Jacks and Saout DOES have Queens, Kings, or Aces, Phil's looking like a super genius.
Plus I remember reading that some Pros were getting on his case for getting married to Jacks Preflop too much, maybe that had something to do with it, either way, wrong read.
The Ace-Eight hand really sucked too, BTW. Sounds good to me.. Dear Joe Cada - Don't even THINK about going and playing on the show High Stakes Poker on GSN Sure, cada did get Very lucky at the table.
But, you could also say he got unlucky. Your semibluffs will work a percentage of the time, and each time he tried one his opponent held a premium pair.
Saout was all over the place at the final table, he could easily raise there with K9, A8, Q10, and of course fold to a push.
I agree it was a poor play, but to categorize Cada as a terrible player on those two-three plays, is just Stupid and proves how stupid you are.
He has been an accomplished online pro for some time now. A much more interesting take on Cada winning the WSOPME is that he is just barely old enough to play in a casino.
But is well now on the internet poker sites and been playing there for 4 or 5 years already. The last day one, day 1d, had by far the highest number of participants, 2, the lowest was day 1b 4 July , Cloutier , Layne Flack and Ted Forrest , were denied entry because capacity was filled.
As in , the final nine players returned on November 7 to complete the event. These players were as follows:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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