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WSOP - final table: Joseph Cada & Darvin Moon to play heads-up for the World Champion title

Tags: darvin moon, final table, heads-up, joseph cada, november 9, phil ivey, wsop.
Posted on 09 November 2009 by "T".

The 2009 WSOP Main Event final table is now finally down to 2 players after 15 hours of play. Darvin Moon, 45, and Joseph Cada, 21, are going to play heads-up for the World Champion title and the first prize of $8,5 million on Monday night at 10:00 PST (Tuesday 07:00 AM). Joseph Cada has more than double the stack than his final opponent, Darvin Moon. However, both players still have plenty of chips and it will for sure be a thrilling heads-up to watch.

Phil Ivey ended up on 7th place
Phil ivey, the big favorite to win the tournament, played very well on the final table and it seemed like no one wanted to double him up. But when Phil finally managed to get some action, the luck wasn't on his side. Phil moved all-in in before the flop with AClubKSpade and Darvin Moon called with ADiamondQSpade. A queen came on the flop and neither turn & river cards were to no help for Phil. Phil Ivey ended up on 7th place and left lots of fans around the globe disappointed.

 

 


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24 comments for "WSOP - final table: Joseph Cada & Darvin Moon to play heads-up for the World Champion title"

 mazas09/11/2009 13:34:29 GMT
No luck some bad moves and u out off money Sad
i hope he will be in top 3
 shokaku09/11/2009 13:44:38 GMT
The two biggest luckboxes of the final table play heads up for the bracelet. Cada has more chips and more HU experience, so he is a big favorite.
 LaBaiz09/11/2009 13:44:40 GMT
phil got unlucky, seems like Cada is almost guaranteed to win this one with that stack of his. Great play by both Moon and Cada.
 shokaku09/11/2009 13:49:52 GMT
Posted by LaBaiz:
Great play by both Moon and Cada.


What? Confused

Sucking out with 22 vs QQ and 33 vs JJ from Cada.

Moon won with AQ vs AK and again with AQ vs QQ.

All preflop all-in. That is not what i would call "Great play".
 mazas09/11/2009 14:26:15 GMT
at the start of vote i give my vote 4 moon now he is on top 2 and try to win World Champion title
4 my opinion his play much more better then his opponent Joseph Cada i hope moon will take easy win......... Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship Worship
 Gabri09/11/2009 14:43:45 GMT
Moon was the only one I wouldn't like to see winning at the beginning of the final table, so I guess I'm just with Cada to win. I just don't like him... And he didn't play good poker. In fact none of them did, they just got very lucky. I wish Ivey had win - he truly deserved this more than anyone.

New rule for the final table from now on - Everyone starts to play the final table with the same chip count Big Smile
That would be interesting to see... Big Smile Big Smile
 SuperNoob09/11/2009 15:39:04 GMT
Posted by mazas
4 my opinion his play much more better then his opponent Joseph Cada i hope moon will take easy win.........

for most of the times moon has no idea what he's doing there.
he's like a kid being made owner of chocolate factory.
he may win it if he continues his suckouts,
don't expect a great game now
 doomdy09/11/2009 16:06:04 GMT
Moon was the big donk at the final table, Cada has great skills though he was extremely lucky with 22. Cada will crush Moon no doubt.
 shokaku09/11/2009 16:13:08 GMT
Posted by doomdy:
Cada has great skills though he was extremely lucky with 22.

And with 33.
And with 44.

Moon may be a donk, but actually Cadas play may have been even worse. The HU will be a donkfest. Evil
 arkly09/11/2009 17:08:45 GMT
In tournaments you have to get lucky to be at the final table and win.

Definetly uncountable times he played very well to get chips for final table.

I don't think that it's fair to call him luck box or so.
 zirafa7309/11/2009 19:20:41 GMT
I dont know which of them is better heads up player. Maybe Cada is? But i like t see that Moon win that game.
 Calmplay09/11/2009 19:40:27 GMT
Since I discovered Cada came from way much behind to take the chip lead with huge luck... then there is no doubt that it's his WSOP bracelet... as said above, he'll crush Moon.
 Lutenatik09/11/2009 20:12:38 GMT
GO CADA U r e gonna win thi sh#t Tongue Hope he pwnes Darvin Moon don t like him a lot
 Plexo09/11/2009 20:48:47 GMT
Posted by shokaku:
Posted by LaBaiz:
Great play by both Moon and Cada.


What? Confused

Sucking out with 22 vs QQ and 33 vs JJ from Cada.

Moon won with AQ vs AK and again with AQ vs QQ.

All preflop all-in. That is not what i would call "Great play".


hahahaha I agree with you. This final table was horrible with these guy getting luck on almost every hand. Too sad that Phil Ivey lost with his AK again AQ, I really think he had so much to demostrate.

Actually after all these hands I don't really care who win.
 MANUEDO09/11/2009 21:37:21 GMT
Don't really know who will win this tournament-
For sure this year too a not pro player will take home The Bracelet and this is exactly what organizers were hoping happen
 Lurk3r09/11/2009 21:58:25 GMT
Cada is wayyyyyyyyyy better, and is probably used to pwning donks online so i would give him a HUGE chance of winning this like 70-80%

Not sure what he was doing with those small pocket pairs.. but he got lucky it happens.
He's a very good player other than that.. I would say he was the best other than Ivey, others may disagree.
 jevo10/11/2009 01:22:57 GMT
Over 14 hours of play, if I hadn't got lucky a fair few times I wouldn't be happy.

Cada is the better player without a shadow of a doubt, he strong armed the table for a long time with his agression. He deserves it fosho!
 shokaku10/11/2009 09:31:10 GMT
Cada took it down: 99 vs QJs preflop all-in. 99 held up. Was a bit of a rollercoaster ride. Moon was up to close to a 3:1 chiplead, but didn't win much after that.
 ChoonT10/11/2009 09:50:37 GMT
yes, was wathcing it on pokernews.com, very nice stack-changing..

congrats to both.... very good job of them through satellites
 Lurk3r10/11/2009 10:08:33 GMT
Good work Cada!!
Gratz to him youngest winner ever Big Smile
 s1m0nmp10/11/2009 11:04:18 GMT
You see how the luck changes... everyone was tipping for Ivey but that Kid played some good hands, plus a bit of luck and now he is a top favorite... good job Kid.. i hope he wins it all
 blazingpf10/11/2009 15:44:28 GMT
yea cada took the title, well deserved..
patient and good play
wins the game...
well done
=)
 Fakiry12/11/2009 15:20:56 GMT
I wasnt expecting that much for Phil, but 7th is the place with what he went on that table, so we cant say he was good or bad during the final table tourney, once he came out the same way he entered; the right conclusion to take is to say that play on the final table tourney of the WSOP was nule.
About darvin Moon, everyone should congratulate him, once he was the best amateur of all that entered the tourney, eleminating lots of pros and becoming in a very well final position. We should all recognize that he's got to be a very good player to come to be till where he is now.
 Mast3rKush12/11/2009 18:58:10 GMT
^Moon just played solid Abc poker the whole way through & kept getting very lucky. On the final table though, even though he was still getting lucky, he started trying to be more tricky & it wasn't working well, 2 or 3 all ins that were very mistimed by him. Joe cada got suuuuuuuuper lucky final table. All in all it was interesting to watch, even though both the 2 finalists gave some nasty bad beats along the way.

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