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 twitter.com/jfdulac for the same updates.
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