Joe Cada Captures WSOP Title

November 11, 2009 by  

Joe Cada Captures WSOP Title
Joe Cada, 21 has defeated Darvin Moon to become the youngest World Series of Poker Main Event champion in the tournament’s 40-year history.   He takes home $8,547,042 and the World Series of Poker Main Event world championship bracelet.

Just over a week before his 22nd birthday, the young poker pro acknowledged the fantastic achievement he had just accomplished.

“I’ve dreamed of winning this tournament, and to do it the first year out of the gate is unbelievable,” said Cada. “This is just amazing.”

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