Fedor Holz became a runner-up of WCOOP Super High Roller tournament
The most successful poker player from Germany Fedor "CrownUpGuy" Holz has been successfully earning big money lately.
However, the German high roller decided not to stop there. That night, he became a runner-up of WCOOP 2020 Super High Roller tournament with the same buy-in and $2 500 000 guarantee.
WCOOP-25-H event collected 106 entries, which formed a prize pool of $2 599 650. Fedor Holz earned $515 290 for the second place.
The poker pro from Spain Adrian "Amadi_017" Mateos, who played under the flag of Great Britain, became the champion of tournament with a payout of $543 680.
In total, 13 poker players got to ITM zone. The minimum payout reached the mark of $55 110.