Zeros, the famous Spanish streamer, reached a major milestone in his career in May when he won the biggest prize money of his life in an online tournament. The grinder, whose real name is Elías Gutiérrez, shared his incredible feat with YouTube fans and posted a video showing how he achieved the victory.
In 2021, Zeros won the biggest award of his MTT online career. In 18 NLHE events (7-a-side), he has $750,000 guaranteed and a $5,200 buy-in, and has collected $174,000 in prize money. However, with this award, he surpassed his own record.
On Saturday, May 2, Zeros celebrated his victory with nearly 10,000 viewers on his Twitch channel, becoming champion and taking home $205,000, his new top prize in an online tournament. The Spaniard enthusiastically shared the news on his social networks, thanking all his fans for their support and love.
His 82-player, $10,300 buy-in to achieve this success required Zeros two bullets to win, beating Pax176. How did he do it? Here’s his analysis of the best hands.
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In addition to his tournament success, Zeros is also focusing on his poker school and improving his quality of life. He has returned to Japan and is broadcasting and sharing content on digital channels. Since his inception in 2009, Elias has grown to become one of the most influential YouTubers in Spanish-language poker. His rise has been remarkable and he is considered a poster child for the Latin American poker community.
With each new success, Zeros continues to shape the online poker world and his teachings inspire many players. His passion and dedication to the game is palpable and we will continue to monitor his future career accomplishments.