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WSOP 2009 $8.5M
Yup, the final two are set! The 2009 40th Annual World Series of Poker World Championship reaches it's final two players. The Ultimate Everyman (Darvin Moon) and The Youngest-Ever Potential Champion (Joseph Cada) will resume play this monday at 10pm Pacific Time.

Darvin Moon, A Logging Company Owner and resides at Oakland, Maryland, first started to poker when he was just twelve years old with his grandfather. Now he is the chip leader of the 2009 November Nine.

“Ninth place??I got my goals set. It’s not first. But it’s not ninth, either. I’ll be happy. I don’t care if I?go out on the first hand tomorrow. I’ve had fun. It’s been worth every minute of it.?I just like to play, and it’s unreal. It’s something I?can’t even dream of doing, and here I am.” -
Darvin Moon and Joe Cada

Joseph Cada a laid back Michigan native. Charismatic young lad and enjoying life, this new young poker millionaire is living at the height of his career. He is a young man with great promise for the poker world. He has been playing poker for 6 years total, and now he has entered and achieved an impressive feat. Joseph and Darvin are the remaining players the World Series of Poker 2009 Main Event Final Table.

Here is the current standings in 2009 40th Annual World Series of Poker World Championship

3. Antoine Saout - $3,479,485
4. Eric Buchman - $2,502,787
5. Jeff Shulman - $1,953,395
6. Steven Begleiter - $1,587,133
7. Phil Ivey - $1,404,002
8. Kevin Schaffel - $1,300,228
9. James Akenhead - $1,263,602

Poker Veteran, Phil Ivey, ends up in number 7 in the 2009 40th Annual World Series of Poker World Championship NL Texas Hold'em (Event 57). He won $1,404,002 in that event. Many expect him to win, in WSOP's poll results, he got 78.05% of the votes followed by Darvin Moon with 6.57% and Jeff Shulman at the third position with 5.62%.

Darvin Moon and Joe Cada Shaking Hands
Another Poker pro Eric Buchman finished in fourth place. Buchman entered the final table second in chips and collected $2,502,890, making this the most profitable of all his 10 in-the-money finishes at the World Series of Poker.

Jeff Shulman ends up in fifth place, winning $1,953,452. Shulman is the only member of the November Nine to have previously made a Main Event Final Table, finishing seventh in 2000. He is also being coach by Phil Hellmuth.

Kevin Schaffel finishes at eighth place. Schaffel won $1,300,231. Going out in ninth place was James Akenhead of London. A former train conductor received $1,263,602.

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