Get to Know Joe Cada, WSOP MI’s First-Ever Poker Ambassador

In an exclusive interview with pokerfuse, Michigan native Cada dishes all the juicy details regarding his new role as WSOP MI ambassador.

Joe Cada is the Michigan resident who rose to fame in 2009 after becoming the youngest champion ever in the history of WSOP, winning the Main Event at the age of just 21.

Now he is the face of the WSOP MI who has just recently entered the Michigan online poker market.

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Cada gave an exclusive interview to pokerfuse earlier this month talking about his new role and what excites him about the WSOP coming to the Michigan market.

According to the interview, Cada has plans to stream 2 to 4 days a week, so fans can tune into all the action.

“I’ll be streaming tournaments on WSOP.MI and also cash games. I’ll be streaming 2-4 days a week where I can interact with whoever wants to tune in and learn a thing or two and just interact with other players.”

When asked about the prospect of winning WSOP hardware from his home state, Cada told pokerfuse: “I am excited to be able to eventually win bracelets from my own home. Ever since I was a kid, I would always [look] forward to the time I’d be able to play the WSOP. I don’t travel to many poker stops, so being able to win a WSOP bracelet from home will be nice.”

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