Fedor Holz

Fedor Holz


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Not all retirements are created equally. When Fedor Holz announced his in 2016, after earning over $16 million through the first half of the year, High Rollers around the world likely exhaled with relief. They likely thought the reign of terror that included a runner-up finish in the 2016 Super High Roller, for $3.5 million, and a victory in the WSOP’s High Roller for One Drop, for $4.9 million, was over. They thought wrong. Holz continued to play at a leisurely pace, earning another $6 million in 2017 to move into the all-time money list’s top-five. Two ARIA High Roller wins and a seven-figure score from Macau highlighted Holz’s first full year of retirement, but also proved that there is no rust to shake off for the German wunderkind.