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This Week’s Big Winner: Adrian Mateos Wins Back-To-Back Titles At 2019 Caribbean Poker Party

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Jan 01, 2020


Adrian Mateos is just 25 years old, but he has already managed to establish himself as one of the very best tournament poker players in the world. He is the youngest player in history to win three World Series of Poker bracelets, and with $19.4 million in career earnings is the all-time money leader for his home country of Spain. Mateos further cemented his spot on the list of the game’s best players this past week by winning back-to-back marquee events at the 2019 Caribbean Poker Party. The first of his two huge title runs came in the $25,000 buy-in, $2 million guaranteed high roller event. The tournament drew a sizable turnout of 125 entries, blowing away the guarantee to create a final prize pool of $3,125,000. Mateos ended up earning $520,464 for the victory. Just four days later, Mateos found himself in the winner’s circle again. This time around he outlasted a field 948 total entries ...

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