Cardplayer Lifestyle An In
For experienced players, learn how to analyze your poker hands. Addamo banked $1.84 million in combined earnings with a victory in Event #11 $50,000 NL and another win in Event #12 $100,000 NL. Addamo also won the purple jacket, presented to the top player on leaderboard.
He started playing in some home games, and, at first, things didn’t go as planned. Holz knew very little about poker, so he couldn’t find a way to beat the games. But, with a clear vision in mind, he wasn’t bothered by it.
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Some of his regular successes at the online platform include his winning at the PokerStars Sunday $109 Rebuy, and PokerStarts Sunday 500. These two games won him a total of $150,000 which was given to him twice topping the then Pocket Five Leader board. It is important to mention that Fedor Holz won the PokerStars High Roller events in the month of November, 2017 for the sum of $178,498. In the January of 2016, he also became the winner of the Triton Super High Roller for a sum of $3,463,500. Later in the same year, Holz went ahead to finish as a runner up during the Super High Roller Bowl where he won a sum of $3,500,000.
The turn brought a and Malinowski check-called a bigger bet of half-pot, $3,300. On the river, Malinowski checked with about $15.8K, just over the pot left. Holz went deep into the tank before jamming, and his chips hit the pot about as quickly as Malinowski’s virtual cards went into the muck. Though 1,500 hands is very far from conclusive evidence of anything, Holz has piled up three wins worth a combined $160,268.
Pretty soon, he was winning between €300 and €400 per month. From that moment, he decided that he was ready to start playing professionally. In 2013, Holz took a drastic decision that set the chain of events that led to who he is today. He dropped out of the university and began touring the world as a poker player. In the year 2014, he decided to make Vienna his home and he began playing poker from there.