Joe Cada is the youngest ever player to win the World Series of Poker Main Event, when in 2009 he took his first bracelet. He has just added a second bracelet by winning the $10,000 buy in 6 handed No Limit Hold’em Tournament and becomes the only Main Event winner in the last 12 years to add a second bracelet to their collections. After coming close with two 4th place finishes last year and a runners up spot in 2012, the duck has finally been broken and about the win Cada said, “Just winning a bracelet in general is amazing, to win two is a great feeling.” Cada, from Shelby Township is still only 26 years old and although many poker fans thought that they had already seen Cada give his best, there’s still clearly a whole lot more to come from this young player.

Winning this event saw him take home a cool $670,000, taking his WSOP earnings very close to the $10 Million mark and he beat a very strong final table that included Main Event final tablists, bracelet winners and a Player of the Year winner. The quality of the field is seen by taking a look at those who finished behind Cada, with Jeremy Ausmus finishing in second place, J.C Tran in fourth and the two time bracelet winner Erick Lindgren in fifth spot. The WSOP rolls on and if you want to be a part of it then keep on reading...

Last Chance Seats to the WSOP at Bovada

Bovada Poker, the biggest US online poker room is giving all players a last chance shot at making it to the Rio Hotel and playing in the WSOP 2014. You’ll need to get signed up to Bovada and hit the Zone Poker tables which is Bovada’s very own fast fold poker variant, and as well as handing out over $7,000 in cash prizes, Bovada will also be sending lucky players to Vegas to play in the Little One for One Drop event too. The Vegas packages are worth $3,000 each and every day there will be tickets for the grand prize draw awarded to all players who earn Bovada Poker Points while playing Zone Poker. There’s not long left to get in on the action, so if you fancy playing your way to Sin City then you’d better hit the felt right now.