Joe Cada to Play Host in WSOP Main Event Qualifier

Reigning WSOP Main Event champion Joe Cada is set to host a poker tournament in his hometown of Shelby Charter Township, Michigan this coming Sunday, the 16th of May.  The WSOP $10, 000 Main Event Qualifier will be held at Northville Downs Charity Poker Room, with an entry fee of $150.

Only one hundred and sixty players will be accommodated for the said WSOP Main Event Qualifier and as of this writing, there are only a few seats left.  All roads will definitely lead to Shelby Charter Township for this great opportunity to win a seat at this year’s WSOP Main Event championship games which officially kicks off on the 5th of July  — that, and having the chance to meet Joe Cada, who is at this time, one of poker world’s biggest stars.

The complete payout for said qualifier event, aside from the $10, 000 buy-in seat at the WSOP Main Event are:  $3, 000 for the 2nd placer, $2, 000 for 3rd place, $700 for 4th, $400 for 5th place, $300 for 6th, $250 for the 7th placer, $200 for the 8th and 9th placers, and $100 for the 10th place.

You can qualify for this year’s WSOP online at PokerStars. In-order to get the best signup bonus of 100% up to $600, use the PokerStars Bonus Code for 2011: THEGAME

Northville Downs Other 2010 WSOP Qualifiers

For those who do not make it to the 2010 WSOP Main Event, there are still other opportunities being provided by the Northville Downs Charity Poker Room for players who wish to participate in any games at the 2010 WSOP tourney.

As a matter of fact, two seats have already been given during the charity poker room’s WSOP Circuit events qualifiers.  May 2nd gave out a seat at the WSOP $5000 Circuit Event, with an entry fee of $250 and where 30 players were accommodated.

The 2nd seat was given last Saturday, May 8th, during the WSOP $1, 000 Circuit Qualifier where buy-in was at $125 and 30 players were accommodated.

The next WSOP Circuit event qualifier will be held on the 22nd of May, Saturday,             for the WSOP $1, 000 Circuit event. Buy-in and re-buy is at $50.  Eight days later, on the 30th of May, Sunday, another qualifier will be held; this time around, for the WSOP $1, 500 Circuit.

With all of these WSOP qualifier tourneys, a lot of poker players wishing to make it into the big league will get that shot straight from Northville Downs in Shelby Township.

Joe Cada to Defend Title

Meanwhile, when Joe Cada isn’t busy hosting poker tourneys, he is gearing up for this year’s WSOP Main Event where he is set to defend his title.  Back in November last year, Cada became the youngest poker player in history to win the WSOP Main Event title.  He represented Team PokerStars.

With his title, he also took home a whopping $8.5 million, placing him in 3rd place with the highest winnings in the WSOP Main Event tourney.  Jamie Gold has the highest winnings so far, bagging $12 million and Peter Eastgate comes in 2nd, with his $9 million winnings.

Cada played in sixteen WSOP events last year and word has it that he intends to play in twenty games in this year’s WSOP tournaments.

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