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Fedor 'CrownUpGuy' Holz bested a field of 2,142 to win the 2014 World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) Main Event at PokerStars for $1.3 million. Over the weekend, Fedor CrownUpGuy Holz (pictured) won the Full Tilt Sunday Major for $41,000. The feat itself is impressive, as Holz defeated a field of 664 entrants and a top ten that featured four members of the PocketFives community.

Total life earnings: $32,556,377. Latest cash: $1,077,250 on 01-Sep-2020. Click here to see the details of Fedor Holz's 86 cashes.

Fedor Holz, popularly known as ‘CrownUpGuy’ on the online poker circuit, is Germany’s all-time leading money winner, with over $32.5 Million in live poker tournament winnings. He has bagged multiple prestigious poker titles including two WSOP bracelets – the second of which was won at GGPoker during WSOP Online Series 2020 – and two WPT Higher Roller championships in his short but illustrious poker career.

Originally hailing from Saarbrücken, Germany, the 26 year old has been unstoppable since breaking out in 2014. That year saw him win the first of two EPT titles. He capped off 2014 with a World Championship of Online Poker title for $1.3 million, a performance that would also earn him the 2014 online player of year – a title he would win again in 2015.

Fedor is the very definition of the phrase “poker phenom”, however poker success and riches didn’t come easily to him. By his own admission it took four years of grinding before he was able to book consistent profits, but since then he’s never looked back. The living embodiment of what sheer hard work, dedication to the grind and learning from your mistakes can bring you, Fedor is universally popular on his Youtube & Twitch channels as an excellent source of poker strategy and motivation.

At GGPoker, Fedor will be sharing the tips and strategies that have made him one of the most feared High Roller tournament players on the circuit, and hoping to give you a head start and avoid the pitfalls that held him back as you pursue your passion for poker.

If you’re just getting started in poker and are looking for a mentor and role model, you’ve found him.

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  • 1st on German All Time Money List
  • Over $32.5 Million in live cashes
  • Two WSOP bracelets
  • Two EPT titles
  • Two WPT High Roller titles
  • One Triton High Roller title
  • One World Championship of Online Poker title
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A total of 2,142 players turned out for the $5,200 no-limit hold’em main event of the 2014 PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker. The event featured a $10 million prize pool, which was easily surpassed. In the end the large turnout built a $10,710,000 prize pool, the largest the event has seen since poker’s ‘Black Friday’ in 2011.

From the massive field there could emerge only one champion, and in the end that player was 21-year-old Austrian poker pro Fedor ‘CrownUpGuy’ Holz. Holz held the chip lead when the final six players made a deal, guaranteeing him at least $1.1 million. He picked up another $200,000 that was set aside in the chop for the eventual champion, bringing his total payday to $1.3 million.

“I always wanted to run deep in such a tournament and it feels amazing to win the biggest tournament of the year,' Holz told the PokerStars Blog just after coming out on top. 'It’s my biggest achievement so far and I can’t put in words how happy I am.”

Holz topped a tough final table with plenty of notable opponents, including Viktor ‘Isildur1’ Blom (9th – $107,100), Dylan ‘Pokerl)eviL’ Hortin (7th – $214,200), Faraz ‘The-Toilet 0’ Jaka (5th – $945,000) and Elior ‘Crazy Elior’ Sion (4th – $780,228).

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Here is a look at the payouts awarded at this final table:Real online quick hit slots.

PlacePlayerEarnings (USD)
1 Fedor ‘CrownUpGuy’ Holz $1,300,000*
2 Yuri ‘theNERDguy’ Martins $708,251.21*
3 Claas ‘neckbr4ke’ Stoob $651,430.61*
4 Elior ‘Crazy Elior’ Sion $780,227.66*
5 Faraz ‘The-Toilet 0’ Jaka $945,000*
6 Daniel ‘19Dan86’ Rudd $769,813.52*
7 Dylan ‘Pokerl)eviL’ Hortin $214,200
8 Todd ‘MaltLiquor40’ Sisley $160,650
9 Viktor ‘Isildur1’ Blom $107,100

*Part of six-way deal

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The 2014 WCOOP featured 66 events in total, with $61,934,886 in total prize money awarded throughout the series, the third most in the history of the online festival.

Notable performances during the series included wins from big names like David ‘WhooooKidd’ Baker, Marco “NoraFlum” Johnson, Adam ‘Roothless’ Levy, Sami ‘Lrslzk’ Kelopuro, Joep ‘Pappe_Ruk’ van den Bijgaart, Paul ‘paulgees81’ Volpe, and Jani ‘kiiski’ Vilmunen.

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There were also three double-event winners throught the series: ‘Aggro Santos’, ‘Assad91’ and ‘WhatIfGod’.

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