Spanish poker ace takes down the Caribbean Poker Party Millions finale

November 27, 2017

23-year-old Spanish poker ace Adrian Mateos was at it again over the weekend, this time taking down PartyPoker’s $5,300 buy-in 2017 Caribbean Poker Party Millions competition to claim the $250,000 main prize in his seventeenth final table appearance this year. The win brings the young Spanish pro’s live tourney career earnings to just short of […]

WSOP winning tales from Singer and Mateos

June 10, 2017

David Singer has taken down WSOP 2017 Event 14, $1,500 H.O.R.S.E. defeating Kevin LaMonica heads-up. Singer, banks $203,709, the title and his second career bracelet. This win takes his WSOP career earnings over the $1.8 million mark. Final Table Payouts were: 1 David Singer, $203,709 2 Kevin Lamonica, $125,904 3 Andrew Kelsall, $88,221 4 Max […]

Another big win for Adrian Mateos

May 1, 2017

The PokerStars Championship Monte Carlo Euro 50,000 buy-in Single-Day High Roller has delivered Spanish poker ace Adrian Mateos’s third largest pay-day, the victory boosting the Spaniard’s bank balance by Euro 908,000 this weekend. The event generated a prize pool well over the guarantee at Euro 3.10 million from a total of 64 entries, 12 of […]

Mateos the winner in WSOP Summer Solstice event

June 26, 2016

Following up on our earlier report that the Summer Solstice event at the World Series of Poker was down to the heads up stage between Spain’s Adrian Mateos (22) and Koray Aldemir of Austria, we can now report that the former took the honours in a hard-fought finale that left Mateos with his second WSOP […]

A million for Mateos

May 9, 2015

It’s a weekend of celebration for 20-year-old Spanish poker ace Adrian Mateos, who has just taken down the Euro 10,600 buy-in European Poker Tour Grand Final main event for a cool Euro 1,082,000 after besting a top notch field of 564 entrants. It was the young professional’s second major live tournament win – in 2013 […]

19 year old takes down WSOP Europe Main Event

November 1, 2013

19-year-old Spanish professional player Adrian Mateos may be too young to play in Vegas, but this week he has shown he has the ability to tangle with the best by emerging victorious – and a million Euros wealthier – in the Euro 10,450 buy-in World Series of Poker Europe main event. It was the young […]