My favorite player is the one who knocked me out of the tournament today-yes, he just did well-he managed to do it he read my game-from this conclusion it is not necessary to be a famous player and love him for this you can learn to read the game and make good game interactions that make you respect as a player and love accordingly!
As a player, I like Fedor Holtz. Thanks to numerous online successes, Fedor has twice been named the best online tournament player of the Year by PocketFives (in 2014 and 2015). As for playing offline, and specifically on the most prestigious tournament series in the world, the main achievements of the young German at the wsop are the second place in the Super High Roller Bowl tournament with a buy-in of $300,000 in 2016, which brought the player $3.5 million in prize money, and the victory in the $111,111 High Roller for One Drop at the WSOP of the same year, which gave almost $5 million in prize money and a gold bracelet coveted for each player.
Fedor Holtz's poker journey began with home games with friends. However, soon after he turned eighteen in 2011, the future star got acquainted with online poker and began to rapidly increase his skills. Holtz's progress did not go unnoticed, and in 2012 he got a well-respected becker in poker circles, who also began to help him with improving the level of the game.