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Darvin Moon will face Joe Cada for the WSOP title

darvinfinaltableCan you guess which one's the lumberjack? (Photo by Laura Rauch/AP)

Darvin Moon, everybody's* favorite poker-playing logger from Oakland, Md., was one of two survivors of the wild final-table session at the World Series of Poker's Main Event in Las Vegas over the weekend.

The 46-year-old amateur will play 21-year-old internet-poker whiz Joe Cada heads-up for the world championship late Monday night.

Here's my report on the longest final table in Main Event history:
"The lumberjack fells some giants in Las Vegas"

* Phil Ivey and Steven Begleiter might not love Moon, who hit three-outers against both players to eliminate them from the tournament. Moon's AQ ran down Ivey's AK and his AQ ran down Begleiter's pocket queens.

By J. Freedom du Lac  |  November 8, 2009; 12:45 PM ET
Categories:  Poker Stars  
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