Bluffing and taking chances usually are stratgies when you are short stacked. But Maryland native Darvin Moon took these to new levels and wound up losing his chance to be King of the Poker World. Two hands turned the tide against Moon. First he went all in on a straight draw and lost the chip lead. Then unbelievably he called an all in bet from Joe Cada (99) with QJ off suited. That was it. Before you take too much credence in my criticism, remember Darvin won over 5 million for 2nd place.
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