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When I Was A Donk – Patrick Serda

by Julio Rodriguez |  Published: Feb 13, 2019


In this series, Card Player asks top pros to rewind back to their humble beginnings and provide insights regarding the mistakes, leaks, and deficiencies that they had to overcome in order to improve their games. Canadian poker pro Patrick Serda first got the attention of the poker world in December of 2016, when he finished runner-up to William Kassouf in the EPT Prague €10,000 event. Kassouf infamously gave Serda an incredible deal to claim the title for himself, earning just €532,500 while Serda pocketed €719,000 for giving up the trophy. The Winnipeg-native then went on to win the 2017 WCOOP $10,000 High Roller for $469,191. In November of 2018, Serda found himself heads-up for the WPT Montreal main event title with Ema Zajmovic, who had won the WPT event at the very same venue just one year earlier. On the final hand, Serda called down bets on every street with ...

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