Timothy Adams bumped it up to 1,775 out of the small blind, and his neighbor, fellow Canuck Jonathan Duhamel, three-bet to 3,800. Adams called.
The flop came , and Adams checked. The 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event champion reached for chips, and tossed out a continuation bet of 5,000. Adams stared at a single spot on the felt for a considerable amount of time, then check-raised to 10,400.
The Team Pro refused to back down, however, and fired out a re-raise to 17,100. Adams moved all in for effectively 44,125, Duhamel quickly called, and the cards were on their backs.
Adams' hand was crushed, and Duhamel held as the turn and river came , respectively, doubling him to 97,000 chips.