The poker career of Fedor Holz is littered with success, and it’s difficult to know where to look. He made his first WSOP final table in 2015, finishing third in one of the toughest events on the schedule – the $10,000 Six Max Championship. He would also have a deep run in that year’s Main Event.
Two massive scores then followed that winter; winning $100,000 WPT Alpha8 for $1.5m in December 2015, and then the WPTN Philippines Triton HK$200,000 Super High Roller for just over $3m.
Holz would start off that summer by finishing runner-up in the 2016 Super High Roller Bowl for $3.5m that summer, and finish it by winning his first WSOP bracelet in the $111,111 High Roller for One Drop for just shy of $5m.
Since then poker has taken a back seat for Holz, preferring to work on his start-up Primed Mind, a mindset coaching app. However, that hasn’t stopped the German from adding yet more High Roller High Roller titles to his resume, with victories in Barcelona, Monte Carlo, Las Vegas, Montenegro and Vienna coming before his second place in the $1,000,000 Big One for One Drop last summer saw him take home $6m. Incredibly this was the German’s seventh seven-figure score, and aged just 25 who knows how many more he could yet add!