Joseph Cada wins WSOP 2009 Main Event
Young Internet poker player Joseph Cada emerged as the winner of WSOP 2009 Main Event, with Darwin Moon taking down second place. Joe Cada, at 21, became the youngest World Series of Poker champion in the 40-year history of the tournament.
Darwin Moon, a self-employed lumberjack from Oakland, had a three to one chiplead over The chips were tied after Moon’s semi-bluff did not work out on the night’s 79th hand. And soon thereafter they were all-in with Moon’s QJ suited against Cada’s pocket nines. The pocket pair stood its ground, and made Joseph Cada the new champion and $8,547,042 wealthier.