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Another WSOP victory for Mateos
 

Adrian Mateos

Adrian Mateos (photo by WSOP)

Adrian Mateos won his fourth World Series of Poker gold bracelet on Saturday when he was victorious in the 2021 WSOP $250,000 Super High Roller for more than $3,200,000. The win was Mateos' largest score of his career to date. Mateos beat Ben Heath in heads-up play under the bright lights of the PokerGO main stage.

“The most important thing for me is feeling that I’m in the top of the players and tournaments,” Mateos said about what is the most important aspect to his game now that he has won his fourth WSOP bracelet. “Feeling that I can compete with the best of the best is what motivated me to stay here and I will continue to try my best to keep having good results in the high buy-in tournaments.”




Final Table Results

1st: Adrian Mateos - $3,265,362
2nd: Ben Heath - $2,018,148
3rd: John Kincaid - $1,370,575
4th: Seth Davies - $930,791
5th: Keith Tilston - $632,124

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