Patrick Serda has entered the field and is fresh off a favorable heads-up chop at the last ever EPT High Roller in Prague last month.
Serda made a deal with William Kassouf, giving him second place and €719,000, while Kassouf took the win, the trophy and €532,500. Serda held a four-to-one lead and did not have to play a single hand heads up while taking home €10,000 more than the ICM numbers revealed.
Serda is no stranger to the EPT, taking second place back in 2014 in a turbo event for €21,900 with additional cashes in Barcelona, Monte Carlo and Prague. Look for Serda to continue to make deep runs in his hunt for a spade trophy here at the PokerStars Championship Bahamas.