After a short break in heads up play, Brock Wilson and Adrian Mateos cut down their stacks and ran the numbers on the remaining prize pool. $1,140,000 was available between the two and after some brief talks, the players agreed to a chop.
As the bigger stack, Brock Wilson will take home $619,536 – which is nearly ten-times better than his previous best cash.
Adrian Mateos will take home $520,464 and that result pushes Spain’s all-time money leader over the $18 million career earnings mark.
After the numbers were agreed upon, the players decided to flip for the trophy. After a few back-and-forth swings, Mateos beat Wilson to get his hands on a second Caribbean Poker Party trophy.
That concludes Poker Central’s coverage of the $25K MILLIONS Super High Roller. The Live Reporting team returns Wednesday for Day 1B of the MILLIONS World Bahamas Main Event and final table coverage of select Caribbean Poker Party High Rollers will continue through the end of the series.
After a few pots went Brock Wilson’s way, Adrian Mateos dropped back down near the 20 big blind mark.
There are a few minutes remaining in Level 26 – before the blinds increase again to 1,000,000/2,000,000.
It should be noted that there is no ante heads up and level have been cut to 30 minutes.
Brock Wilson limped the button and Adrian Mateos made it 5,000,000 to go from the big.
Wilson called and then called another 3,200,000 chip bet after the flop.
The fell on the turn and both players checked, before Mateos tapped the table again after the completed the board.
Wilson bet 10,000,000 and Mateos quickly called after he got confirmation on the sizing.
Wilson turned over – while Mateos slid into the middle to win the pot.
After entering heads up play with an over 4:1 chip disadvantage the stacks are almost even.
Brock Wilson open shoved the button and Adrian Mateos quickly called in the big.
Mateos tabled and he needed to hold against .
The Spaniard did more than hold – as Wilson was dead on the flop.
The and completed the board and after Mateos’ stack was cut down, Wilson shipped 21,200,000 across the table.
800,000 / 1,600,000
Big Blind Ante
Brock Wilson limped the button and Adrian Mateos checked his option in the big before both players checked the flop.
The came on the turn and Mateos check-called 1,500,000.
The double paired the board on the end and after Mateos bet 3,000,000, Wilson raised to 6,000,000.
Mateos had around 5,000,000~ behind and after using an extension, he called.
Wilson tabled and Mateos turned over .
The full house nearly doubled the Spaniard – but Wilson remains just over 100 million.
Brock Wilson limped the button and Adrian Mateos checked to see a flop.
Mateos checked and Wilson bet 1,200,000 – only to see Mateos check-raise to 3,600,000.
Wilson then re-raised to 7,200,000 and Mateos quickly folded.
Brock Wilson limped the button and Adrian Mateos checked his option in the big to see a flop.
Both players checked and then checked through the on the turn as well.
The completed the board and Mateos bet 2,400,000.
Wilson quickly called and Mateos showed , while Wilson took the pot with .
Early action was missed, but on a flop, Christopher Fraser moved all-in for just under 15 big blinds.
Brock Wilson – who cut down the former chip leader just before the level change called with and he needed to hold against Fraser’s .
The gut-shot draw didn’t come in on the turn or river and Fraser was eliminated a few minutes into Level 25.
Fraser earns just over $325,000 and Wilson will enter heads up play with a 4:1 advantage.
600,000 / 1,200,000
Big Blind Ante
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