Adrian Mateos, a professional casino and poker player from Spain has won his third gold bracelet here at ongoing 2017 World Series of poker.
The winner is a champion of 2013 World Series of poker Europe. He now becomes the youngest player in the history of the WSOP to win three gold bracelets in career.
The runner-up of this event i.e. $10,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em Championship is John Smith, who pocketed a sum total of amount $208,154 from the tournament.
This particular tournament attracted 129 players worldwide, but it was Mateos who outplayed every player at the game and became the title winner.
Mateos has won two gold bracelets in his previous WSOP clashes. He won 2013 World Series of poker Europe and pocketed €1,000,000 from the tournament. While his second gold bracelet was in last year, when he took home $1,500 buy-in inLast one he won was in 2013 was at world series of poker Summer Solstice No-Limit Hold’em for $409,171.
Mateos was very exicite after winning his third gold bracelet here at Rio. H said “it feels great”. I think it’s pretty hard to win three gold bracalets at World Series of poker, he added.
Mateos also said that “it’s different because it’s special event that I really want to play and I’m really foucused on every round of the game.
The final result of the play is as follows:-
1st: Adrian Mateos – $336,656
2nd: John Smith – $208,154
3rd: Charlie Carrel – $112,379
4th: Ryan Riess – $112,379
5th: Ryan Hughes – $54,986
6th: Olivier Busquet – $54,986
7th: Jack Duong – $54,986
8th: Ryan Fee – $54,986
9th: Dan Smith – $26,711
10th: Chris Moore – $26,711
11th: Joe McKeehen – $26,711
12th: Jason Les – $26,711
13th: Taylor Paur – $26,711
14th: Russell Thomas – $26,711