Heads up play to Resume Soon in WSOP Main Event

Since all but two players were eliminated over the weekend, Joe Cada and Darvin Moon will be returning shortly to the Penn & Teller theatre in Vegas to begin heads up play. Both will be competing for the coveted WSOP Main Event bracelet and this time Cada is holding the chip lead.

Cada holds more than a two to one chip lead over Moon who entered final table play in the chip lead. Cada currently has 136,925,000 while Moon only has 58,875,000 in chips. Moon is pretty much sitting the same in chips during earlier play at the final table but Cada kept his chip stack growing.

If Cada is able to earn the title win he will be the youngest Main Event ever, passing Peter Eastgate who won the event last year. It will also be a great comeback during Main Event play and definitely will make the record books.

Cada took out Antoine Saout in third place while Moon managed to take down three of the final table players. Phil Ivey was eliminated by Moon in seventh place, Steve Begleiter was eliminated in sixth and Eric Buchman was eliminated in fourth by Moon.

The action starts in just a few hours and the eventual winner will walk away with $8.5 million in cash while the second place finisher will take home $5.2 million. It will definitely be interesting and we will keep you updated on all the heads up action.

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