Adrian Mateos is one of the most accomplished and successful No-Limit Hold'em players of his generation, and following his victory in Event #82: $250,000 Super High Roller at the 2021 World Series of Poker, Mateos now has four WSOP bracelets at just 27-years old. Although fellow high-stakes player Dominik Nitsche
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Alex Foxen opened with a raise in the hijack and Adrian Mateos called from the big blind. The flop landed [Kh2c9s] and Mateos checked to Foxen who bet out 4,000. Mateos called as the turn landed the [2s]. Mateos elected to lead out for 5,000 only to have Foxen raise to 18,000.