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Tag: Joe Cada

Marvin Rettenmaier No Longer a Partypoker Team Pro

The split between Marvin Rettenmaier and partypoker is only the latest in a series of moves that are reshaping the relationship between online poker rooms and professional players.

Five Thoughts: Business Decisions, WCOOP Wraps Up, and More

Five Thoughts examines some of the tough decisions PokerStars has made over the last week, the conclusion of WCOOP, and more.

PokerStars Parts Ways with Team Pros Joe Cada, Marcel Luske, and Alex Kravchenko

In the latest round of cuts, PokerStars and former Team Pros Joe Cada, Marcel Luske and Alex Kravchenko have parted way.

Classic Cooler Sends 2009 Main Event Champ to the Rail

Back in 2009, Joe Cada topped a field of 6,494 players to win this very event for $8,547,042.

Cada Bluffs Off

Dennis Longoria check-called 5,200 on an board in a blind battle against Joe Cada. On the river, Longoria checked again and Cada bet 12,600. Longoria called without much hesitation, and Cada turned over for ace-high.

2009 WSOP Main Event Champ Holding His Own

We decided to check in with 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event champ Joe Cada at one of the secondary feature tables, and as fate would have it he was involved in a hand.

Spinella Busts Cada

Anthony Spinella opened the betting and then called when Joe Cada three-bet all in for 18,000 chips. Spinella wished Cada good luck and showed and Cada the .

Sam Trickett Defeats Joe Cada

Joe Cada check-shoved over a bet from Sam Trickett after a flop, and Trickett snap-called with . Cada slowly revealed , and he couldn't find another four on the turn or river, exiting late in the third round.

Joe Cada Defeats Jeff Gross

Joe Cada and Jeff Gross got it all in for last of Gross' stack on a flop. Gross: Cada: Gross' top pair was no good, as Cada had flopped two pair with the Brunson.

Updated Chip Counts

Connor Drinan leads Phil Galfond Richard Lyndaker leads Andrew Lichtenberger Joe Cada Leads Jeff Gross

Joe Cada vs. Jeff Gross

After Jeff Gross bet with the board reading , Joe Cada raised to 8,600. Gross reraised to 14,500, leading to Cada shoving for 40,200. Gross gave it up after some thought, giving the pot to Cada.

Joe Cada Defeats Ashton Griffin

With stacks about even, Joe Cada raised to 1,200 from the button, and Ashton Griffin made it 3,600. Cada called, and he called another 4,000 on the flop. On the turn, Griffin moved all in.

PokerNews Podcast Episode #227: Cream to the Crop feat. Matt Glantz

Matt Glantz joins the crew at the top of the show to talk about the World Series of Poker schedule, cash game dynamics, the Parx Poker Room, and crumbling vs. crumpling.

PokerNews Podcast Episode #227: Cream to the Crop feat. Matt Glantz

Matt Glantz joins the crew at the top of the show to talk about the World Series of Poker schedule, cash game dynamics, the Parx Poker Room, and crumbling vs. crumpling.

PokerNews Podcast Episode #227: Cream to the Crop feat. Matt Glantz

Matt Glantz joins the crew at the top of the show to talk about the World Series of Poker schedule, cash game dynamics, the Parx Poker Room, and crumbling vs. crumpling.

PokerNews Podcast Episode #227: Cream to the Crop feat. Matt Glantz

Matt Glantz joins the crew at the top of the show to talk about the World Series of Poker schedule, cash game dynamics, the Parx Poker Room, and crumbling vs. crumpling.

BlogNews Weekly: Inside the Mind of Joe Cada

Each week, PokerNews brings you insight into the happenings at major poker sites including PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and partypoker.

2014 World Series of Poker Day 21: Joe Cada Collects 2nd Bracelet in $10K Six-Max; Shaffer Wins

Joe Cada became the first Main Event champ since Carlos Mortensen to follow an ME win with another WSOP triumph while Brett Shaffer picks up a second title.

Rapid Reaction: Joe Cada Closes Out Historic Bracelet Win

Joe Cada won his second WSOP bracelet, joining Carlos Mortensen in some elite company. Find out what it means in the latest Rapid Reaction.

Jeremy Ausmus Eliminated in 2nd Place ($414,104)

Hand #112: Jeremy Ausmus min-raised to 120,000 on the button, Joe Cada three-bet to 300,000, and Ausmus moved all in. Cada snap-called. Cada: Ausmus: Ausmus was dominated, but the flop gave him a backdoor flush draw.

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