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This Week's Big Winner: Adrian Mateos Diaz Wins $10,000 WSOP Heads-Up Championship, Earns Third Bracelet

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Aug 02, 2017

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At 22 years old, Adrian Mateos Diaz is the youngest player to ever win three World Series of Poker gold bracelets. He captured his third title by taking down the 2017 $10,000 no-limit hold’em heads-up championship, outlasting a field of 129 total entries to win the top prize of $336,656. His heads-up opponent John Smith, was 70 years old. That meant there was a 48-year age gap between the final two competitors. “It’s insane that I have three bracelets,” Mateos Diaz said. “It’s really difficult to win three bracelets and I’m 22. I run good and I think I play good, so that’s all that matters.” Mateos Diaz broke onto the scene as a 19-year-old by taking down the 2013 WSOP Europe  main event for nearly $1.4 million. In only a few years he has accumulated more than $9 million in live tournament earnings, winning huge events like the 2015 European Poker Tour Grand Final main event and the ...


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