Adrian Mateos Win €50K High Roller in Monte Carlo for €908,000!

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Adrian Mateos continued his strong performances on the live tournament circuit this weekend after taking down the PokerStars Championship Monte Carlo €50,000 buy-in Single Day High Roller tournament.

Mateos earned €908,000 for his win, which was his third biggest live tournament cash. The 23-year-old Spanish poker pro has previously won the WSOPE Main Event for €1 million, and also the 2015 EPT Grand Final Main Event (also in Monte Carlo) for over €1 million.

It was an impressive win for Mateos as the final table featured some of the world’s best players, like Erik Seidel, Fedor Holz and Steve O’Dwyer.

According to PokerStars, a total of 52 players entered the event and 12 re-entries were made to create a total prize pool of €3,104,000. See the final results from below:

Place Winner Country Prize
1 Adrian Mateos Spain €908,000
2 Daniel Dvoress Canada €652,000
3 Erik Seidel United States €423,800
4 Fedor Holz Germany €319,800
5 Nick Petrangelo United States €248,400
6 Steve O’Dwyer Ireland €192,400
7 Ramin Hajiyev Azerbaijan €152,140
8 Mike Watson Canada €118,000
9 Sergio Aido Spain €90,200

Mateos has now over $8 million in total live tournament earnings and he is 2nd on Spain’s all-time tournament money list behind 2001 WSOP Main Event winner Carlos Mortensen.

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