Profile: Fedor Holz
The clear headliner among the final four, Fedor Holz has been busy showcasing his heads-up skills in an even tougher arena, the €50/€100 cash games against fellow top pros in the Run It Once Legends Showdown. There, he's the top seed in the semifinals in a field of cash game veterans.
Of course, his heads-up tournament game isn't exactly untested either. Live, he has 16 tournament wins against just nine runner-up finishes en route to his $32M in earnings, according to The Hendon Mob.
On the way to the final four, Holz bested some elite pros like Luc Greenwood and George Wolff, but perhaps the most anticipated showdown of the bracket came to fruition in the Round of 8 when he faced off with nosebleed tournament rival Justin Bonomo. Given their history, which includes a famed hand — maybe a slowroll, according to some — and Bonomo's victory heads up in the $1 Million Big One for One Drop in 2018, that victory had to feel good for Holz.
Holz has already snagged one bracelet, in the 2016 $111,111 High Roller for One Drop, and he's in prime position to join the double-bracelet club here.
How He Got Here
|Round of 128||Round of 64||Round of 32||Round of 16||Round of 8|
|Luc Greenwood||Anton Morgenstern||Robert Flink||George Wolff||Justin Bonomo|