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Joe Cada

Born on November 18, 1987 in Shelby Charter Township, Michigan, Joe Cada - jcada99 was no stranger to gambling in his youth, as card games were played at home and his mother worked as a blackjack dealer at a local casino. But little did he know the impact that poker would have on his life. Cada began playing poker online at the age of 16 but didn’t find his way into a substantial bankroll until years later, and despite the swings, he was an overall winning player. Some live play at the age of 19 in Canada helped his game, and when his bankroll reached six-figures, he decided to leave Macomb Community College in pursuit of a full-time poker career. At 21 years old, Cada traveled to Las Vegas for his first World Series of Poker, and after cashing in two events, he went on to make the November Nine of the $10,000 World Championship Main Event. Upon returning to the ESPN taping of the final table in November, he fought his way through the opponents, including Darvin Moon during heads-up play, and won the biggest and most prestigious tournament in poker. The youngest winner ever took home $8,546,435 for the feat, then appeared on networks like CBS and CNN, even making an appearance on the “Late Show with David Letterman” to discuss it. Cada finished in 11th place at the 2010 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure High Roller tournament since then, and he has traveled the world as a Team PokerStars Pro and to Washington, D.C. as an advocate for the legalization and regulation of online poker.

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Joe Cada
Player Information
Name: Joe Cada
Location: Shelby Township, MI, United States
Yearly Statistics: Click Here

Cashes:16
Total Winnings: $10,058,660 (Includes all tournament winnings)
First Place Finishes: 2
WSOP Bracelets: 1
ProRank 1 Position: 64  [ DETAILS ]

Joe Cada Poker Results

EVENT PLACE PRIZE DATE
45th World Series of Poker 2014
Event #32 - WSOP No Limit Hold'em Six Handed
1st $670,041 Jun 14, 2014
Heartland Poker Tour
No Limit Hold'em
34th $4,137 Nov 23, 2013
44th World Series of Poker 2013
Event #28 - WSOP No Limit Hold'em
211th $2,912 Jun 15, 2013
44th World Series of Poker 2013
Event #17 - WSOP No Limit Hold'em
4th $161,642 Jun 8, 2013
44th World Series of Poker 2013
Event #4 - WSOP No Limit Hold'em 6 Handed
4th $83,558 May 31, 2013
43rd World Series of Poker 2012
Event #44 - WSOP No Limit Hold'em
112th $2,920 Jun 24, 2012
43rd World Series of Poker 2012
Event #31 - WSOP No Limit Hold'em
2nd $412,424 Jun 16, 2012
43rd World Series of Poker 2012
Event #14 - WSOP Shootout - No Limit Hold'em
60th $5,295 Jun 6, 2012
42nd World Series of Poker 2011
WSOP No Limit Hold'em Six Handed Championship
26th $29,228 Jun 27, 2011
42nd World Series of Poker 2011
WSOP No Limit Hold'em
144th $3,779 Jun 25, 2011
PokerStars.com EPT San Remo - Season 7
No Limit Hold'em Turbo
3rd $5,810 May 2, 2011
PokerStars.com EPT San Remo - Season 7
EPT Main Event - No Limit Hold'em
13th $50,208 Apr 27, 2011
PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA) Season 7/ EPT Season 6 / LAPT Season 3/ NAPT Season 1
PCA No Limit Hold'em High Roller - 8 Max
11th $51,450 Jan 11, 2010
40th World Series of Poker 2009
Event #57 - WSOP No Limit Hold'em Championship
1st $8,547,042 Nov 7, 2009
40th World Series of Poker 2009
Event #34 - WSOP No Limit Hold'em
17th $21,533 Jun 16, 2009
40th World Series of Poker 2009
Event #13 - WSOP No Limit Hold'em
64th $6,681 Jun 5, 2009



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Joe Cada



Born on November 18, 1987 in Shelby Charter Township, Michigan, Joe Cada - jcada99 was no stranger to gambling in his youth, as card games were played at home and his mother worked as a blackjack dealer at a local casino. But little did he know the impact that poker would have on his life. Cada began playing poker online at the age of 16 but didn’t find his way into a substantial bankroll until years later, and despite the swings, he was an overall winning player. Some live play at the age of 19 in Canada helped his game, and when his bankroll reached six-figures, he decided to leave Macomb Community College in pursuit of a full-time poker career. At 21 years old, Cada traveled to Las Vegas for his first World Series of Poker, and after cashing in two events, he went on to make the November Nine of the $10,000 World Championship Main Event. Upon returning to the ESPN taping of the final table in November, he fought his way through the opponents, including Darvin Moon during heads-up play, and won the biggest and most prestigious tournament in poker. The youngest winner ever took home $8,546,435 for the feat, then appeared on networks like CBS and CNN, even making an appearance on the “Late Show with David Letterman” to discuss it. Cada finished in 11th place at the 2010 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure High Roller tournament since then, and he has traveled the world as a Team PokerStars Pro and to Washington, D.C. as an advocate for the legalization and regulation of online poker.






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