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.