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CPPT VII - DeepStack Championship Poker Series

$5,000 CPPT Main Event No-Limit Hold'em $2 Million GTD


Andrey Pateychuk Wins CPPT Venetian DeepStack Championship Poker Series

For many poker players, the Card Player Poker Tour Venetian DeepStack Championship Poker Series $5,000 main event represented the last chance to make their mark on Las Vegas before heading home. With a $2 million ...

Final Table Takedown: Adrian Mateos Becomes Youngest Player to Win Three World Series of Poker Gold Bracelets

by Craig Tapscott |  Published: Aug 16, 2017


Adrian Mateos was born in Madrid, Spain and recently moved to London, England. He started to play poker at 16 years old after watching the European Poker Tour on television. He won the 2103 WSOP Europe main event at the age of 19 for $1,379,300. That same year he won the Estrellas Poker Tour in Madrid. In May 2015, Mateos won the EPT Grand Final in Monte Carlo. He became the first Spanish EPT champion with that huge win. Mateos’s record is even more impressive in World Series of Poker events. He won the 2017 WSOP $10,000 heads-up championship and in 2016 he took down the $1,500 Summer Solstice event for $409,000. This summer at 22 years old, he became the youngest player to ever win three WSOP bracelets. Mateos has more than $9 million in live career cashes. Event: World Series of Poker $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em Heads-Up Championship Players: 129 • ...

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