There was about 9,000 in the pot on a board reading and Patrick Serda checked from the big blind.
Timothy Adams was under the gun and bet 6,700. Serda thought for a moment and decided to call.
The river was the . Serda checked again, and Adams paused for about a minute before betting 12,700.
Serda weighed his options and eventually decided to call.
Adams tabled for top two pair and Serda shaked his head and mucked his hand.
Serda recently came out ahead in a heads-up chop at the last-ever EPT High Roller in Prague several months ago, taking the most money and relinquishing the trophy to William Kassouf. He is well-known for his success online and has just shy of a million in live recorded cashes.
Adams has over four and a half million in cashes along with a WSOP bracelet, a Bellagio Cup High Roller win, plus a myriad of High Roller final tables on his resume.
Both of these Canadians are a force at the tables, so there will likely be some interesting hands played by the end of the night.