Adrian Mateos is off to a good start and now up to 60,000 chips. Just before the break, the Spanish poker pro won a pot when the action was raised from a player in early position to 400. Mateos from the blinds three-bet the pot to 1,600 and received a call.
After the flop came , Mateos bet 1,800. His opponent didn't waste too much time tossing his hand into the muck.
Mateos is the chip leader on a star-studded table which includes Justin Bonomo (20,000), Martin Kabrhel (16,000) and 2016 WSOP November Niner Kenny Hallaert (22,000).