Today on my poker radio show, The Final Table, Dennis Phillips and I talked about his adventures in New York with Joe Cada, the 2009 WSOP Main Event champion, from backstage at the Letterman show to front row at WWE Raw, and more.

Then we brought in The Poker Coach, Joe McGowan, to answer e-mails about why Phil Ivey folded pocket jacks at the WSOP Final Table, how much Darvin Moon passed up in endorsement deals, whether a listener did the right thing by moving all-in with king-jack on the button towards the end of a tournament, and how to play hands when it comes down to just the small blind vs. the big blind.

Lastly, in case you’re already thinking ahead to your plans for next summer, we talked about what’s planned for the 2010 World Series Of Poker, which will begin May 28th and include several more $1,000 buy-in events, a new $25,000 six-handed no limit hold’em event, and a new $50,000 “Player’s World Championship,” which replaces the high-stakes HORSE championship.

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