When it comes to High Rollers, there are hardly players who can challenge Fedor Holz from Germany. He has got unmatched abilities to emerge victorious in most of the High Roller events. Continuing his good run, Holz took down the first High Roller event in PokerStars High Roller Series. Playing under his popular online name “CrownUpGuy”, Holz cruised his way through a 442-strong field to win the $178,498 first-place prize after defeating Argentina’s “88maca88” in heads-up play.
Some notables who cashed included Dinesh “NastyMinder” Alt (third for $100,682), Grayson “gray31” Ramage (4th for $75,615), Roman Patrick “pad1161” Leonard (6th for $42,651),Jordan “JWPRODIGY” Westmoreland (11th for $13,869) and “RomeOpro” Romanovsky (22nd for $8,173)
Having over $26 million in live earnings, Holz has proved that he can also be a beast in the online game as well. The PokerStars Online High Roller series kicked off on 26th November and will continue through 4th December with exciting 22 high roller tournaments to be held across 9 days.
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