Holz Continues To Annihilate High Stakes Poker World

Published on August 23rd, 2016 4:15 pm EST

Fedor Holz - Social media photo - Twitter - Inside a casino, smilingThere have been some legendary runs in the poker world over the past twenty years or so, though Fedor Holz's current domination of the high stakes poker world likely takes the cake.

Holz, who seemingly doesn't lose, added another trophy to his case earlier this week after taking down the EPT13 Barcelona Super High Roller event for a little over 1.3 million Euros (approximately $1.46 million USD). As per usual, the final table competition was very stiff for Holz, and as per usual, he navigated through it with ease.

Here is how the final table finished up:

1st - Fedor Holz, €1,300,300
2nd - Sam Greenwood, €903,600
3rd - Timothy Adams, €597,500
4th - Alexandros Kolonias, €467,700
5th - Ahadpur Khangah, €377,100
6th - Sylvain Loosli, €293,800
7th - Daniel Dvoress, €232,600
8th - Julian Stuer, €181,200
9th - Erik Seidel, €137,130


With his latest victory, Holz has slightly less than $20 million USD in total lifetime tournament cashes, which puts him at 9th on the all-time money list. Despite the fact that he is still in his early 20s, Holz is now within striking distance of the likes of Phil Hellmuth Jr. and Phil Ivey.


Over the past 14 months, Holz has five million dollar plus cashes and an additional 15 six figure cashes. Add all of this up and Holz has roughly $16 million in total cashes over that period.

Let's take a look at Holz's amazing results over the past year or so:

1st - $111,111 High Roller for ONE DROP, $4,981,775
2nd - $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl, $3,500,000
1st - Triton Super High Roller Series, $3,463,500
1st - WPT Alpha8 High Roller, $1,589,219
1st - EPT 13 Barcelona Super High Roller, $1,473,127
1st - Super High Roller 9, $637,392
3rd - Aria Super High Roller 10, $407,310
1st - Aria High Roller 32, $393,120


There have been rumors that Holz is thinking about retiring from the world of high stakes poker, though given his current run, how could he possibly think about giving it up at this point?


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