WSOPE MAIN EVENT WINNER TO YOUNG TO PLAY IN VEGAS

WSOPE MAIN EVENT WINNER TO YOUNG TO PLAY IN VEGAS

Spaniard Mateos takes the bracelet


2013-10-29

19-year old Spanish poker player Adrian Mateos took home Euro 1 million and the World Series of Poker Europe Main Event title after besting Frenchman Fabrice Soulier in a drawn out heads up.
163 hands and five hours later, Mateos became the second youngest bracelet winner in WSOPE history and the second Spaniard to take the bracelet.
Ironically, Mateos can only play the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas when he turns 21 but said: With more money I can play more events, you will see me more. Next year I cannot go, but I will be there.
Final table finished up:
1Adrian Mateos Euro 1 000 000
2Fabrice Soulier Euro 610 000
3Dominik NitscheEuro 400 000
4Jerome Huge Euro 251 000
5Ravi Raghavan Euro 176 000
6Benny Spindler Euro 126 000

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