Fedor Holz wins $1 000 000 and second WSOP bracelet
Yesterday, Fedor Holtz recorded another victory in a prestigious poker tournament that was carried out as part of the WSOP 2020 at GGPoker. It was the No-Limit Hold'em Heads-Up Championship with a $25 000 buy-in.
September 2 marked the first game day of the WSOP Online Event #79, and the final day with two semi-finals took place on Sunday, September 6. Fedor Holz made it to the first semifinal and became the main favorite to win the event.
The GGPoker brand ambassador defeated Sergi Reixach to measure strength with Brazilian Brunno Botteon in the final. Bruno, just like Fedor, was eager to win a gold bracelet.
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As a result, the gold bracelet and $1 077 000 went to the German high roller Fedor Holz, and Botteon’s payout amounted to $622 300. It is worth noting that a large number of people seized the opportunity of backing players at GGPoker and therefore received rewards for Holz's victory.
It took Holz only 45 minutes to beat Sergi Reixach in the semi-finals and 15 minutes to beat Botteon in the final. Fedor gained his second career WSOP bracelet so the poker player shared the joy of victory on Twitter:
Crazy emotions right now. Shipped my second bracelet and a million bucks (also for 130 lucky staker)! 🕺🚀 pic.twitter.com/mDvnq4J7Io— Fedor Holz (@CrownUpGuy) September 6, 2020
Other achievements of Holz
September 6 turned out to be very successful for Holz. Not only did he win the WSOP bracelet event but also got massive prize money for the second place in a WSOP Side Event:
As you can see, Fedor Holz became a runner-up of the $10 000 tournament, adding another cool $202 162 to his total poker earnings. Thus, the German high roller won $1 202 162 in one evening at GGPoker.