Pokercast Episode #321 - PokerStars Sold!, WSOP Week 3 and Joe Cada
Live from the Two Plus Two Studios - This week on the show, Mike and Adam take an indepth look at the sale of PokerStars to Amaya Gaming for $4.9 Billion. Chris Grove from onlinepokerreport.com comes on the show to give an industry perspective on the largest transaction in the history of the online gaming industry. The guys switch their attention to the action at the 45th annual WSOP and catch up with former main event winner and Team Pokerstars Pro Joe Cada fresh off his 2nd bracelet win in the marquee 10K 6-max event. The wall-to-wall World Series coverage with a look at a controversial penalty given to Mike 'The Mouth' Matusow, an update on the Big One for One Drop registration, questions about Phil Ivey's absence from the Rio and a history making win by Dominik NItsche. PokerStars’ Lee Jones returns to share his view of the sale of Stars and his longtime relationship with the Scheinberg family. Mike and Adam can't resist talking World Cup, including a story about online pro Daleroxxu who lost his sponsorship for his antics during the Spain vs. Holland match while in Marbella. The password for the PokerStars invitational is given out.
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Joe Cada is a professional poker player from Shelby Charter, Michigan. Cada was born November 18, 1987 and began playing poker online with PartyPoker at age 16. He began to play live at Casino Windsor at age 19.
Cada is best known for winning the 2009 WSOP Main Event and for collecting a payday of $8.5 million. Cada has two additional cashes at the WSOP and an 11th place finish in the 2010 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA) $25,000 NLHE event.
Joe is a member of Team PokerStars: PRO and plays under the screen name “jcada99.” Learn more about Joe Cada