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|Event Title||Buy In||Status|
|Event 1 - Ladies Event||€1,100||Finished|
|Event 2 - €1,100 No-Limit Hold'em Re-Entry||€1,100||Finished|
|Event 3 - €5,300 Mixed Max||€5,300||Finished|
|Event 4 - €1,650 Pot-Limit Omaha||€1,650||Finished|
|Event 5 - €2,200 No-Limit Hold'em||€2,200||Finished|
|Event 6 - €3,250 Mixed Max PLO||€3,250||Finished|
|€10,450 Main Event||€10,450||Finished|
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Spanish poker pro Adrian Mateos defeated local favorite Fabrice Soulier in a marathon heads-up match to claim the World Series of Poker European Championship on Friday.
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Congratulations to Adrian Mateos, WSOPE Champion 2013 (€1,000,000)10/25/2013 04:51:13 PM EST (9 months ago)€10,450 Main Event - Day 5
The second youngest World Series of Poker Europe champion was crowned in the early hours of Saturday morning after an epic heads up battle that lasted more than four hours. Adrian Mateos beat local he ...
Fabrice Soulier Eliminated in 2nd Place (€610,000)10/25/2013 04:23:36 PM EST (9 months ago)€10,450 Main Event - Day 5
Hand #290 Fabrice Soulier raised to 130,000 and Adrian Mateos called. The flop brought 8♠ A♦ Q♠ and Mateos check-called 105,000. On the turn the 5♠ hit and both players checked. The river brought th ...
Soulier Check-Raises All In10/25/2013 04:10:38 PM EST (9 months ago)€10,450 Main Event - Day 5
Hand #285 Adrian Mateos raised to 120,000, a newly chipped up Fabrice Soulier raised to 285,000 and Mateos folded. Hand #286 Fabrice Soulier raised to 130,000 and Adrian Mateos called to see a flop. I ...