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Twittering Darvin Moon's World Series Quest

After a lengthy hiatus, the WSOP Main Event finally resumed Saturday at the Rio in Las Vegas. Darvin Moon -- the self-effacing, self-employed logger from the woods in Western Maryland ("the Paul Bunyan of Texas hold 'em," as dubbed by the WaPo Style desk) -- is close to giving his storybook run at the World Series a fairytale ending: He survived a marathon roller coaster ride of a session and currently sits at second in chips. Moon will play internet whiz Joe Cada heads-up Monday night for the champion's bracelet and the $8,546,435 first-place prize. Check here for real-time developments, or follow me at for the same updates.

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By J. Freedom du Lac  |  November 9, 2009; 7:19 PM ET
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only thing darwin has going for him is that cada knows he can't bluff darwin. cuz he knows if darwin can call him with k-9 off he can't bluff him...but being aggressive is cada's maybe just maybe cada will be less aggressive on purpose...and that's not cada's game. he got here by pushing all in...

Posted by: dealer1 | November 10, 2009 1:36 AM | Report abuse

ladies and gentleman...the youngest and the luckiest champion ever: joe cada

Posted by: dealer1 | November 10, 2009 4:42 AM | Report abuse

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