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Darvin Moon vs. Joe Cada WSOP Odds

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Nov/08/2009
Darvin Moon vs. Joe Cada WSOP Odds

Yes you can still bet on the 2009 World Series of Poker final table even with only two players left.  Darvin Moon vs. Joe Cada WSOP odds had Moon as the +200 underdog with a potential payout of $20 on every $10 bet at Sportsbook.com.

Joseph Cada was a pretty big -280 favorite, requiring a $28 bet to win $10 (the $28 is returned should Cada win). 

Cada is the favorite due to his past experience online whereby Moon has little history on the poker circuit.

Darvin Moon is a logger from Maryland while Cada is looking to become the youngest winner of the World Series of Poker main event at age 21.

Books like Sportsbook.com are more than happy to offer betting on the 2009 WSOP final two (the event gets under way Monday night) following the elimination of high profile player Phil Ivey.  The so-called "Tiger Woods of Poker" made it to the final table and quite a few customers had placed early bets on Ivey with payouts potentially in the millions. 

That said, Sportsbook.com was one of the only online sportsbooks offering Darvin Moon vs. Joe Cada WSOP odds heading into Monday.

Carrie Stroup, Gambling911.com Senior Reporter

 

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