Joe Cada is Poker’s 21st Century Knight

A poker professional yearns for an illustrious event where they can stump up hefty sums, emerge champions or be feted with a magnificent trophy alongside huge sums of monies. But heads-up battles can be a head-over-heels affair, with multiple-bets, call-offs, double ups, and flops grip the games, only the toughest can withstand the pressure. Joseph Joe Cada is a true depiction of such players, owing to his impeccable championship titles. A spectrum of his winnings and money garnered can attest to the aptitude of this player. Transcending Peter Eastgate at 21 cast him in the limelight as the youngest player to win a Main Event.

Cada’s wings spread to the online poker games where his total earnings stand at $500,000. His dexterity became eminent when he played 2,000 hands everyday at the PokerStars.Net. At the 2009 WSOP he had three in-the-money finishes, finishing in the 64th place and garnering $6,681. Undoubtedly, his formidable winning is when he clinched the first position in the 6,494 entrant from July 3rd to 15th, November 7th to 9th World Championship NLHE that saw him garner $8,546,435.  With his leading in chips in the initial days of the event, he had a good start up, but the all in pre-flop win was dramatic. His main events have garnered him $8.5 million at global poker platforms.

Cada has cashed in seven times in the WSOP Main Events. Apart from coming first in the main event, he was ranked #31 in the 2811 entrant 2012 No Limit Hold’em tournament where he raked off $412, 424. With his vibrancy, he is poised to perform excellently in upcoming events, but he has not been as active recently. The hope is if he returns, he will be reinvigorated and advance his game-play to get bracelets or global poker titles.

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