Fedor Holz Wins Triton London $25,000 Seven-Max Event

Fedor Holz achieved victory in the In the 2023 Triton Poker Super High Roller Series London $25,000 buy-in no-limit hold’em seven-max event, securing his third title on the high-stakes tour. The 30-year-old German player has amassed over $10.8 million in winnings from 11 Triton scores, which accounts for approximately a quarter of his total career tournament earnings of more than $41 million.

After this triumph, Fedor Holz solidified his position in tenth place on the all-time money list in the world of poker, creating some distance between him and the 11th-ranked player, Isaac Haxton, whose earnings stand at $40.1 million.

In an interview with Triton reporters, Fedor Holz expressed his confidence after the victory, stating, “I think it gives a lot of confidence if you win a tournament. I think you just believe more in your decision-making, so I’m super excited for the rest of the week. I think I’ll have a lot of fun.”

Holz emerged victorious by outlasting a field of 120 entries to claim the top payout of $609,853 and the coveted trophy. Additionally, he earned 924 Card Player Player of the Year points for this win, marking his fourth final-table finish of the year, including impressive showings in two sizable $100,000 buy-in events. His achievements in the current year have led to a rise to the 82nd place in the 2023 Player of the Year race standing presented by Global Poker, with 2,254 points and over $2.7 million in earnings so far.

The event spanned two days, and by the end of the first day, only 27 players remained from the initial 120. Numerous prominent names were eliminated on their journey to the final table, such as Jason Koon (18th), Michael Soyza (14th), Ben Heath (12th), and Yuri Dzivielevski (10th), all with notable poker accomplishments.

By the time the final table was set, Holz had established a significant lead, holding over twice the number of chips compared to the next player. As the action unfolded, the field narrowed down to seven, and ultimately, it was Holz who triumphed, dominating the heads-up play and securing the title.

In the final hand, Holz held QClub Suit10Club Suit on a JClub Suit9Club Suit2Club Suit flop, and Chris Brewer held KSpade SuitJDiamond Suit for top pair. Despite Brewer’s strong position on the turn with 3Heart Suit, the 8Heart Suit on the river gave Holz a queen-high straight, leading to his victory.

Before the final hand, Fedor Holz had also won a crucial flip with A-6 outracing pocket fours, which gave him a decisive advantage and eventually led to the negotiated deal between the final two players. Brewer, who negotiated the deal, earned $600,647, adding to his impressive performance this year with 16 final-table finishes, including five titles and winnings of nearly $9.6 million. With 6,457 total points, Brewer now sits in fourth place in the 2023 Player of the Year standings.

Triton Poker $25k High Roller Final Table Results

1Fedor Holz$609,853
2Chris Brewer$600,647
3Bruno Volkmann$324,000
4Brian Kim$267,000
5Danilo Velasevic$214,500
6Renat Bohdanov$168,000
7Roman Hrabec$126,000

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