Adrian Mateos won $250 000 WSOP bracelet event

Adrian Mateos

​The most expensive event has ended as part of the World Series of Poker. Not every poker player could afford to play at WSOP 2021 Event #82: Super High Roller due to the high buy-in of $250 000.

Nevertheless, 33 participants showed a willingness to fight for the huge prize money in the amount of $8 217 000.

The poker player from Spain Adrian Mateos managed to beat super high rollers and won his fourth WSOP bracelet. In addition to the gold trophy, he earned the largest payout in his entire poker career – $3 265 260.

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According to Mateos’ words, this victory has become meaningful to him, as he has never won such a big prize money.

Ben Heath from the United Kingdom became a runner-up and he also earned the largest prize money in his career, namely $2 018 140. The famous American pro Seth Davies finished fourth and enriched with $930 790.

Total payouts of WSOP 2021 Event #82: $250 000 Super High Roller

PlacePlayerCountryPrize money
1Adrian MateosSpain3 265 260$
2Ben HeathUnited Kingdom2 018 140$
3John KincaidUnited States1 370 570$
4Seth DaviesUnited States930 790$
5Keith TilstonUnited States632 120$

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