SHRB Online: Adrian Mateos Wins Super High Roller For $527K

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Adrian Mateos scored over $527K after winning a SHRB Online Series title.

Three more high-stakes Super High Roller Bowl Online Series events wrapped up on Friday with Spain’s All-Time Money List leader, Adrian Mateos, adding to his outstanding poker resume with a SHRB Online title and another six-figure score.

In the largest tournament of the day, Adrian Mateos outlasted the 61-entry field of Event #17 ($25,500 Super High Roller, 6-Max) to claim the $527,509.70 first-place prize. It was the second final table of the series for Mateos who also managed to make the money in Event #14 ($25,500 Super High Roller, 8-Max) where he finished in fifth place for an even $100,000.

Mateos’ Friday score is the third largest of the series thus far falling in behind Justin Bonomo’s $622,634 win in Event #11 and Daniel Dvoress’ haul of $613,986.70 earlier in the week. For those keeping track of the $25K Super High Roller paydays, Mateos’ just barely beat out Dan Smith’s $527,000 victory in Event #8, despite the fact that there was $175,000 less in the prize pool.

Seth Davies made a final table for the second time in three days, finishing as the runner-up in Event #17 for $343,125. Finishing in third was Ukraine’s Andrii Novak who earned $183,000 for his efforts.

With his win in Event #16 ($10,300 High Roller, 6-Max) for $234,604.50, Russia’s Artur Martirosian has now stood on every step of the podium during the SHRB Online Series. On Wednesday, he finished as the runner-up to Justin Bonomo in Event #11 ($25,000 Super High Roller) for $405,000. Tuesday, he scored a bronze medal finish in Event #8 ($25,000 Super High Roller) which was good for $153,000. It’s been a solid spring for ‘marathur1’ who, in addition to his SHRB Online success, also shipped a pair of PokerStars SCOOP titles earlier in the month of May.

Samuel Vousden wrapped up in second place and scored the six-figure sum $146,250 and Christopher Hunichen found his third final table in the past two days with a third-place finish for $90,000.

Linus Loeliger battled through the 76-entry field of Event #18 ($10,300 High Roller, 6-Max) to score the $237,732.56 first-place prize in his first final-table appearance of the series. Vicent Bosca Ramon nearly became the second player to capture two SHRB Online titles but was forced to settle for second place and $148,200. David Peters followed up his victory on Thursday with a third-place finish and $91,200.

Now, the inaugural Super High Roller Bowl Online Series enters its final weekend. Just a handful of events are left before the $102,000 buy-in, $3 million Gtd Super High Roller Bowl Online Main Event which gets underway on Monday, June 1.

Event #16: $10,300 High Roller, 6-Max
75 entries
$750,000 prize pool

  1. Artur Martirosian – $234,604.50
  2. Samuel Vousden – $146,250
  3. Christopher Hunichen – $90,000
  4. Timothy Adams – $65,625
  5. Michael Addamo – $46,875
  6. Dan Smith – $31,875

Event #17: $25,500 Super High Roller, 6-Max
61 entries
$1,525,000 prize pool

  1. Adrian Mateos – $527,509.70
  2. Seth Davies – $343,125
  3. Andrii Novak – $183,000
  4. Jake Schindler – $137,250
  5. Joao Vieira – $99,125
  6. Vyacheslav Buldygin – $68,625

Event #18: $10,300 High Roller, 6-Max
76 entries
$760,000 prize pool

  1. Linus Loeliger – $237,732.56
  2. Vicent Bosca Ramon – $148,200
  3. David Peters – $91,200
  4. Sergi Reixach – $66,500
  5. Selahaddin Bedir – $47,500
  6. Anatoly Filatov – $32,300