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2009 WSOP Main Event Champ Joe Cada Close to Taking Next Title

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Jul/13/2018

The first day of the Main Event final table is in the books with six players returning at 5:30pm.

Michael Dyer 156,500,000 Nicolas Manion 72,250,000 John Cynn 61,550,000 Tony Miles 57,500,000 Joe Cada 29,275,000 Aram Zobian 16,700,000.

All eyes are on Cada, who won the 2009 World Series of Poker Championship Main Event.

Friday's play will eliminate three more but have no pity on any of them as the next to be eliminated will take home $1.8 million.  The winner gets just shy of $9 million. 

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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