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Adrian Mateos: Poker’s Youngest Three-Time WSOP Bracelet Winner

Spanish 22-Year-Old Has Already Accumulated More Than $9.5 Million In Poker Earnings

by Erik Fast |  Published: Oct 25, 2017

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Adrian Mateos is one of the hottest no-limit hold’em tournament players on the planet. At just 22 years of age the Spaniard has already cashed for more than $9.5 million on the live tournament circuit, making him the second-highest earning Spanish poker pro behind only Hall of Famer Carlos Mortensen. With only four years of global tournament eligibility and just two full summers of being able to play at the WSOP, Mateos has already taken down huge events such as the 2015 European Poker Tour Grand Final main event and the 2017 PokerStars Championship Monte Carlo $50,000 super high roller. He exploded onto the scene in 2013, emerging from relative obscurity to win that year’s World Series of Poker Europe main event when he was only 19 years old. For an encore Mateos captured his second bracelet the following summer, winning the 2016 WSOP $1,500 Summer Solstice no-limit hold’em event. ...


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