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Tag: Joe Cada

Queens Work for Cada

A player in middle position opened for 1,200 and it folded to 2009 WSOP Main Event champion Joe Cada who reraised from the small blind.

Day 1b of the 2013 WSOP Main Event To Come

Welcome back for round two of the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event. Today is the second starting flight of three — Day 1b — and it plans to be even bigger and better than the first.

Day 1a of the 2013 WSOP Main Event Concludes; Panesis Leads the Way

The first day of the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event has come to a close, and what a way to kick off the greatest event on the face of the planet.

Cada Doubles

Former World Series of Poker Main Event champion Joe Cada is up to 21,300 chips after doubling up moments ago. There were two limps, one in middle position and on on the button, before Cada completed his small blind.

Bardah Doubles Early; Looking for Fourth Main Event Cash in a Row

Ronnie Bardah won a World Series of Poker gold bracelet in 2012 when he took down the $2,500 Limit Hold'em — Six-Handed event for $182,088.

Update on the Champions

We decided to grab an update on the three recent Main Event Champions that are playing today and it appears as though Pius Heinz is having a tough time at his table that is currently playing six-handed as there are four dead stacks in play.

Day 1b of Event #58 is in the Books

After eight full levels of action here at the Rio, Day 1B of the Little One for One Drop whittled a total of 2,523 entrants to just 588 survivors.

Steinberg Leads Turn

From the cutoff seat, Joe Cada raised to 5,300. Max Steinberg reraised from the small blind to 18,000, and Michael Lipman called from the big blind. Cada folded. The flop came down , and Steinberg checked.

Cada KO'ed

We missed the bustout hand, but 2009 Main Event champion Joe Cada was eliminated from the tournament before the last break.

Pros Push it to the Limit

As the field has been whittled down, slowly yes, but steadily throughout the day, the professionals have demonstrated their natural aptitude for the limit format.

Cada Building

The player in late position opened to 450, and was called by 2009 WSOP Main Event champion Joe Cada, from the big blind. The flop came , as Cada check called a bet of 550, before both players opted to check on the turn.

Cada Out

We caught up with the action to find 1,225 already in the middle with the board showing . The small blind led out for 625 and Joe Cada made it 1,750 to go from the button.

Cada Busted

Former main event winner Joe Cada has been eliminated from the tournament, though we didn't see how it happened.

Collins Coolers Cada

We found Joe Cada and Phil Collins with their cards turned over and all the cards out.

Champ Cripples Champ

In a momentous confrontation between two former WSOP Main Event Champions, it was Jonathan Duhamel (2010) who prevailed over Greg Raymer (2004).

Champs Are Here

With two levels at the lowest blinds now in the books, many of the game's stars are taking their seats for the first time, including a pair of former WSOP Main Event Champions.

Barry Greenstein Doubles Through Joe Cada

Barry Greenstein opened to 35,000 from under the gun and Joe Cada asked for a count from the button before three-betting all in. The blinds folded and Greenstein called all in for 344,000.

Joe Ward vs. Joe Cada

Joe Cada raised to 35,000 from under the gun and Joe Ward called from the big blind. The flop fell and Ward check-called 40,000 from Cada to see the turn. It was more of the same as Ward check-called 90,000.

Joe Cada Doubles Through David "Bakes" Baker

Joe Cada raised to 35,000 in the hijack and action folded to David "Bakes" Baker in the big blind. After a few moments, Baker three-bet to 102,000. Cada thought for about 30 seconds before four-betting all in.

Chad Chavez Eliminated in 14th Place ($23,700)

Chad Chavez' short-stack has met its demise, and with that, the PokerNews curse is alive and well.