LAS VEGAS — While the first day of final table play in the 2018 World Series of Poker main event was all about Michael Dyer, Friday’s action was defined by Tony Miles’ incredible surge into a commanding chip lead on the way down to the final three players. Miles’ ascent began at the expense of Joe Cada’s effort to repeat his 2009 WSOP main event victory performance, in the same way that many issues in poker play out — a race between two fairly balanced hands — only this time, there were millions of dollars hanging in the balance. After

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