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  1. [caption width="640"] Fedor Holz has won over https://cdn.pocketfives.com/p5wp/2017/11/593308-fedor-holz-triton-super-high-roller.jpg million in the last two weeks thanks to back-to-back wins[/caption] It seems like there’s really nothing stopping Fedor Holz these days. Just two weeks after Holz won the WPT Alpha8 event at Bellagio, the German poker pro conquered another tough high roller field, winning the $200,000 buy-in Triton Super High Roller at Solaire Resort in the Philippines. The event, part of the WPT National Philippines schedule, attracted 40 unique players totalling 52 entries after re-entries, including Tom Dwan, John Juanda, Philipp Gruissem and Phil Ivey. Holz beat a final table that included Dan Colman, Steve O’Dwyer, David Peters and Ivey to win the $3.4 million first place prize. Holz eliminated thee of his six opponents at the final table on his way to the victory. Steve O’Dwyer, who started the day with the second largest stack behind only Ivey, picked up the first elimination of the day just 17 hands in. O’Dwyer opened the action with a raise to 65,000 from early position, Peters made it 160,000 before Paul Phua announced was all in for 485,000. O’Dwyer responded by moving all in and Peters folded. O’Dwyer tabled [poker card="as"] [poker card="qs"] while Phua showed [poker card="ad"] [poker card="jd"]. The board missed Phua entirely with O’Dwyer pairing his queen on the turn to send Phua home in seventh. Another player with well-documented success in high roller events was the next player to bust. Dan Colman raised to 85,000 and Tang and Ivey both called from the blinds. After the [poker card="jd"] [poker card="8d"] [poker card="7h"] flop, Tang bet 150,000, Ivey folded and Colman called. The turn was the [poker card="3h"] and Colman called Tang’s 200,000 bet. After the [poker card="ts"] river, Tang checked, Colman bet 300,000 and Tang announced he was all in. Colman called and mucked his hand when Tang showed T-9 for a straight to eliminate Colman in sixth. Starting the seven-handed final table with the biggest stack didn't mean much for Ivey. Left with just nine big blinds, Ivey moved all in from the cutoff with [poker card="qs"] [poker card="jc"] and Holz called from the small blind with [poker card="ah"] [poker card="qd"]. The board ran out [poker card="8d"] [poker card="7h"] [poker card="2d"] [poker card="ad"] [poker card="9h"] to eliminate Ivey in fifth place, marking the fifth time that he has cashed in a tournament with a buy-in of at least $200,000. Holz continued the aggression to claim another elimination. The German raised to 140,000 from the button before O’Dwyer moved all in from the small blind for just over 1,300,000. Holz called and showed [poker card="td"] [poker card="ts"] against the [poker card="ah"] [poker card="9c"]. The [poker card="qh"] [poker card="9h"] [poker card="5h"] flop improved O’Dwyer’s hand but not enough to get ahead of Holz. The [poker card="kd"] turn and [poker card="7d"] turn were no help for O’Dwyer and he was eliminated in fourth. Devan Tang had been the frontrunner for most of the final table, but his run at the title came crashing to a halt three-handed against Peters and Holz. On his final hand of the tournament, Tang moved all in from the button for 1,620,000 only to have Peters move all in for 1,790,000 right behind him. Holz folded and left Tang, with [poker card="ah"] [poker card="qc"], and Peters, with [poker card="9d"] [poker card="9s"], battle it out. The board ran out [poker card="kd"] [poker card="ks"] [poker card="tc"] [poker card="3h"] [poker card="3c"] to eliminate Tang and send Peters to heads-up action with Holz. Holz had a nearly 2-1 chip lead when heads up play began but lost two of the first three hands of heads up play before the two made a deal based on stacks. The tournament ended on the fourth hand of heads-up play when the pair got it all in preflop with Peters holding [poker card="ac"] [poker card="qc"] and Holz barely leading with [poker card="7d"] [poker card="7s"]. The board ran out [poker card="jh"] [poker card="5d"] [poker card="5c"] [poker card="kd"] [poker card="kh"] to give Holz the trophy and the lions share of the money. Official Final Table Payouts Fedor Holz - $3,463,500 David Peters - $2,309,000 Devan Tang - $1,405,500 Steve O’Dwyer - $953,700 Phil Ivey - $652,500 Dan Colman- $502,000 Paul Phua - $401,600
  2. [CAPTION=90%]Isaac Haxton has decided not to renew his Team PokerStars Online contract[/CAPTION] Just a few minutes before boarding a flight to Manila to play the $200,000 buy-in Triton Super High Roller Cali Cup in the Philpines, Isaac Haxton dropped a bombshell – he was leaving Team PokerStars Online. “As of today, I am sad to report that my PokerStars Team Pro Online contract has expired and I have made the decision not to renew it,” Haxton wrote Friday in a post on TwoPlusTwo. Haxton’s decision to walk away from guaranteed money comes after PokerStars made the decision to drastically alter their VIP player rewards program for 2016 and Haxton admitted that was at the crux of his decision to not renew his contract with the online poker giant. “In the past, when I have disagreed with a PokerStars decision, it has been on practical matters of which goals are most important and which policies most effectively advance those goals,” Haxton wrote. “This time my disagreement is simpler, and deeper. I believe PokerStars is behaving unethically.” Haxton’s decision comes just weeks after Alex Millar, another member of Team PokerStars Online, made the same announcement after finding the recent VIP program changes hard to support. Having been a SuperNova Elite himself, Haxton empathized with those who put in the hours to gain the status – and the rewards that came with it. “For most of the players who do it, it is an all-consuming commitment more intense than most full time jobs. Many of them have relocated far from their homes and families to pursue it,” Haxton wrote. “Finding out, just as you approach the finish line, that your efforts will not be rewarded as you expected them to be is brutal.” PokerStars announced in November that there would be no SuperNova Elite rewards for 2016 – meaning players who had been putting in the hours throughout 2015 had been doing so in vain. “I cannot in good conscience continue to endorse a poker site that treats its players this way,” he wrote. Haxton was first signed to Team PokerStars Online in October, 2012 in what he described as one of the “proudest moments” of his poker career. During his time with PokerStars, Haxton was featured in a mini-documentary, The Isaac Haxton Story, chronicling his rise in the online poker world.
  3. A few scant hours are all that's left of 2015. As the countdown to 2016 begins, many of you will spend time reminiscing about 2015 and making big plans for 2016. The last 12 months in the poker world have produced controversy, countless victories, feuds, and even some tragedy. While these might not be the most important stories of the year, here's a look at the ten most-read stories of 2015 on PocketFives.com. 10. Nevada Lawmakers Introduce Bill That Could Have Limited Tournament Backing Poker players backing other players in tournaments is pretty common, even if it's not reported all that often, but in early January, the Nevada State Senate almost made it illegal to buy a piece of another player. The bill, which was amended to only apply to sports betting, eventually passed, but not before putting a scare into players who piece themselves out to the play WSOP events. STORY: WSOP Staking Could Be in Danger 9. Lex Veldhuis Said, "What About Antonio Esfandiari?" Feuds in the poker world are fairly common - even predictable - but in early January Lex Veldhuis introduced poker fans to a new feud that seemed to come out of nowhere. Appearing on Joe Ingram's 'Poker Life Podcast', Veldhuis somehow started talking about Antonio Esfandiari and let Ingram know exactly how he felt about the former Big One for One Drop champion, calling him "worthless" and relaying a story about their first interaction. STORY: Lex Veldhuis: Antonio Esfandiari is "Worthless" 8. Twitch Audience Gets an Unexpected Surprise One of the biggest stories of 2015 was the emergence of Twitch as a streaming platform for poker players and tournaments. While Jason Somerville and Jaime Staples were building big audiences with their poker play and personalities, Casey ' bigdogpckt5s' Jarzabek found himself in the headlines for leaving his stream running during some "personal time." STORY: bigdogpckt5s Banned from Twitch After Mistakenly Streaming Porn 7. Ivan Demidov Claims His Backer Never Paid Him His WSOP Winnings When Ivan Demidov finished runner-up to Peter Eastgate in the 2008 WSOP Main Event, he won what should have been life-changing money. Instead of walking away $5.8 million richer, however, Demidov never saw a cent. Or so he claims. In an interview with ALL IN, Demidov casually mentioned that his backer never paid him his share of the winnings. STORY: Ivan Demidov on 2008 WSOP Main Event Cash: "My Backer Did Not Pay Me" 6. Aria Poker Room Theft Investigation Leads to Staff Changes Poker room management and dealers found themselves unemployed following reports of widespread theft at the Aria Poker Room in Las Vegas. While the matter never went the legal route, Aria management spoke to numerous employees and concluded that changes needed to be made. STORY: Report: Theft Results in Major Shakeup at Aria Poker Room 5. The Merge Poker Network Struggles to Make Payouts Since Black Friday, poker players in the United States have had limited options for playing online poker. One company that was still accepting U.S. players was the Merge Gaming network. Unfortunately, the company struggled to pay players throughout 2015, as was first reported by PocketFives in April. STORY: Poker Players Troubled by Merge Gaming Withdrawal Issues 4. Online Poker Loses a Legend Chad Batista was outspoken and many would consider him brash, but to deny that he was a talented poker player would be a massive mistake. In August, Batista passed away following what was described as a period of declining health. After his passing, a number of poker players took to Twitter to offer their condolences and own stories about Batista, the person. STORY: Chad Batista (M8kingmoves) Passes Away 3. Bank of America Won't Do Business with Poker's Biggest Winner Daniel Negreanu is a wealthy man. Between his poker winnings (he is the all-time leading in money earned from tournaments), his PokerStars endorsement contract, and other marketing opportunities he has, Negreanu does just fine. That's not good enough for the Bank of America though. In late December, Negreanu had his bank accounts closed by Bank of America as part of 'Operation Chokepoint'. STORY: Bank of America Closes Daniel Negreanu's Bank Accounts 2. In the Midst of WSOP Success, Brian Hastings Called Out for Multi-Accounting on PokerStars In many ways, Brian 'Stinger88' Hastings had a year to remember. He cashed seven times at the 2015 WSOP, including two bracelet wins, and found himself in contention for WSOP Player of the Year. There was a dark cloud, however, as David 'Bakes' Baker brought to light some accusations that Hastings had played on PokerStars under an account other than his own during a deep SCOOP run. STORY: Allegations of Brian Hastings Multi-Accounting Surface 1. PokerStars VIP Changes Lead to Player Boycott Things at PokerStars have been, for the lack of a better word, different since Amaya acquired the site in mid-2014. Small changes here and there were met with mild disdain from players, but things got heated in November when the company announced it was essentially axing the SuperNova Elite VIP program for 2016 - even if players had done enough in 2015 to qualify. The changes got players fired up enough to organize a protest aimed at the company's bottom line. STORY: Players Organizing Boycott of PokerStars from December 1 to 3
  4. It would appear that Jason Somerville’s quest for poker world domination is taking him - and his ever popular Twitch stream - Down Under. Somerville, the most popular poker player on Twitch, has partnered with Crown Melbourne to stream the 2016 Aussie Millions Main Event on RunItUp.tv from January 24 – February 1. “‘I’m extremely excited to be teaming up with Crown Melbourne and PokerStars to bring the 2016 Aussie Millions to poker fans around the globe,” said Somerville. “The Aussie Millions is a marquee event on the international poker calendar and this year. I am honored to play a part in showcasing the action as the Aussie Millions transitions exclusively into a live-streamed online broadcast.” The 2016 Aussie Millions schedule has 24 events including the AU$10,600 Main Event. As part of the Asia Pacific Poker Tour, players can qualify for the Main Event on PokerStars.com. In an effort to put the Aussie Millions brand in front of as many poker players as possible, Crown Melbourne sought an established partner for an online broadcast. “We are committed to providing the most dynamic, compelling and relevant coverage possible, and it was crucial to extend the digital footprint to a new phase whilst including new channels in the social media space, namely Twitch.tv, allowing the world to enjoy the action as it happens,” said Xavier Walsh, Crown Melbourne’s Chief Operating Officer. While the Main Event draws one of the biggest $10,000 buy-in fields of the year, the highlight of the schedule each year are the high roller events, the AU$100,000 AU Challenge and the LK Boutique AU$250,000 Challenge. Phil Ivey has won the $250,000 Challenge three of the last four years and he is expected to be in attendance this year along with John Juanda, Sam Trickett and Erik Seidel. Even though big buy-in events are the marquee events, there is still a number of Championship events for players with a smaller-than-Phil-Ivey bankroll. Eleven of the 24 events on the schedule have a buy-in of AU$1,150. Along with a full slate of No Limit Hold’em events, the schedule also includes Pot Limit Omaha, HORSE and 8-Game Mixed events.
  5. Three seperate times Fedor 'CrownUpGuy' Holz has been the number ranked online poker player in the world. Sunday night in Las Vegas he add the biggest live win to his resume when he beat Nick Petrangelo heads-up to win the $100,000 buy-in WPT Alpha8 event at the Bellagio. Holz started the eight-handed final table with the chip lead and needed just 106 hands to claim the title and the nearly $1.6 million first place prize. He only eliminated two players on Sunday; David Peters on the bubble and runner-up Petrangelo. It was Petrangelo that did most of the heavy lifting on Sunday. Daniel Negreanu eliminated Keith Tilston in seventh and Sean Winter busted Kathy Lehne, who was runner-up at the WPT Alpha8 event in St. Kitts last December, in sixth place. That’s when Petrangelo went to work. Just one hand after Lehne exited, Holz raised to 125,000 from under the gun, Petrangelo called from the cutoff before Ankush Mandavia moved all-in from the small blind. Holz got out of the way but Petrangelo called. Mandavia tabled Td Th and was ahead of Petrangelo’s 8c 8d. The flop cam 8h 7h 2d putting Petrangelo ahead. Neither the 5c turn or Qc river were of any relief to Mandavia and he was sent packing in fifth place. Petrangelo wasn’t done flopping sets. From UTG Petrangelo raised to 135,000 before Winter moved all-in for 990,000. Petrangelo called and flipped over 7d 7c while Winter needed help with Ac Ts. The flop came Kd Qh 7s giving Petrangelo bottom set but giving Winter a gutshot Broadway draw. The turn was the 4c and the river was the As and Winter was out in fourth place. His next victim was a little bit more high profile. After Holz folded his button, Negreanu moved all-in for 655,000 from the small blind and Petrangelo called. Negreanu was ahead with Kd 3s against Petrangelo’s Qd Jh. The flop changed everything though as the dealer spread out Js 9c 4s putting Petrangelo ahead. The Qc turn gave him top two and left Negreanu drawing to one of four tens for a straight. The 6s river sealed Negreanu’s third place finish. Petrangelo’s carnage took just 45 minutes. Despite being responsible for three consecutive eliminations to get heads-up with Holz, Petrangelo still trailed the young German by a 2.25-1 margin. Petrangelo closed the gap during heads-up play but ultimately couldn’t overcome Holz. it took just 23 hands before the tournament came to a close. Afte Holz limped from the button, Petrangelo shoved for 3,600,000 and Holz called. Petrangelo turned over Ad Qs while Holz showed 5c 5s. The board ran out Jc 3s 2d 4c 9s and Holz’s pocket fives stayed ahead to eliminate Petrangelo in second place. The win is just the fifth of Holz’s career with the most recent coming in the €770 High Roller event at the Israeli Poker Championships in September. The event, the first of WPT Alpha8 Season III, attracted 45 entrants - down 10 from the Season II turnout. There are currently no other Alpha8 events scheduled. Final Table Payouts Fedor Holz - $1,589,219 Nick Petrangelo - $1,015,335 Daniel Negreanu - $640,103 Sean Winter - $441,450 Ankush Mandavia - $309,015 Kathy Lehne - $242,798 Keith Tilston - $176,580 Photo courtesy Joe Giron/World Poker Tour
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  9. With PokerStars SCOOP just around the corner, we wanted to give all PocketFivers another way of getting into the action. We've created a Fantasy SCOOP contest that pays out over $1,000 in prizes thanks to our sponsor, StakeKings.com. It's free to enter and relatively simple. Simply draft a team of eight players using their PokerStars screenname before action kicks off on Event #2. Your team earns points based on how many PocketFives Leaderboard points they earn in each event based on the PLB formula found here. The Rules Participants must select eight players for their team, using that player’s PokerStars username. Teams with less than eight or more than eight will not be counted. Participants must submit entries before the start of SCOOP Event 2 (May 7, 8:00 am ET). Players earn points for in the money finishes, based on the PocketFives PLB calculator (https://www.pocketfives.com/plb-calculator/) Points are based on SCOOP Events 1 through 57 (Low, Medium, High). Participants must be a member of PocketFives as of 5/7/2017. Prizes 1st - $200* 2nd - $150* 3rd - $100* 4th - $80* 5th - $70* 6th - $60* 7th - $50* 8th - $40* 9th - $30* 10th - 15th Place $25* 16th - 20th Place $10* + PocketFives T-Shirt 55th Place $20* *Prizes are paid out in StakeKings Cash Enter your team in this thread by posting the screennames of your eight team members. Changes will not be allowed AFTER SCOOP begins. We'll be updating the standings each morning right here: https://www.pocketfives.com/contest/2017-fantasy-scoop/signup Good luck everybody!
  10. Final Standings: 1 William Cannada 101 165 (29 away) 26104321 North Carolina 2 Kevmath 100 154 (18 away) 25115221 North Carolina 3 smithbk 98 152 (16 away) 28104221 North Carolina 4 gutsy19 91 158 (22 away) 25105320 Gonzaga 5 oddsmaker 91 99 (37 away) 25124211 North Carolina 6 Smokin Zags 90 145 (9 away) 26125111 North Carolina 7 Lankyyanky 90 159 (23 away) 25105211 North Carolina 8 TheBigEarn 89 134 (2 away) 2994211 North Carolina 9 jalove23 89 133 (3 away) 24105211 North Carolina 10 mondomania 89 263 (127 away) 2683221 North Carolina 55 Tdot 78 126 (10 away) 2394111 North Carolina We will be reaching out to all winners on Wednesday to coordinate your prizes! Congrats to William Cannada for winning it and PocketFives' own Kevmath for taking down that highly coveted runner-up spot.
  11. Halfway through the Sweet 16 1. truesyalose - 61 (Duke) 2. John Bishop - 59 (Villanova) 2. PokerBeat - 59 (Arizona) 2. philflush90 - 59 (Villanova) 5. Hardweek - 58 (Gonzaga) 5. hockeywonk - 58 (Kentucky) 5. cashdaddy69 - 58 (UCLA) 5. 603goose - 58 (Arizona)
  12. We have three players tied for first heading into the Sweet 16 - but two of them have Duke winning it all. PTS CHAMP PICK rlw8 52 North Carolina shortbus 52 Duke truesyalose 52 Duke IfUFoldTerroristsWin 51 North Carolina PokerBeat 50 Arizona Smokin Zags 50 North Carolina AALegend 50 Gonzaga Eb893 50 North Carolina michiganct 50 Kansas John Bishop 50 Villanova Paboo 50 Florida State
  13. Standings heading into Sunday. There are seven players tied for first. PTS POSSBLE CHAMP PICK Smokin Zags 40 128 North Carolina AALegend 40 125 Gonzaga Eb893 40 125 North Carolina michiganct 40 125 Kansas truesyalose 40 125 Duke rlw8 40 112 North Carolina Paboo 40 92 Florida State
  14. I've double checked - triple checked even - and all of Friday's games are now over, so I can post the updated standings. Nobody went 32-0 and there is one person alone on top right now - 'polaris769' stands lone with 30 after the first round. His only two incorrect selections from the first round were Seton Hall and Maryland and he had both losing in the next round anyway. Six others are tied for second with 29. polaris769 - 30 (Villanova) ajw24211 - 29 (Kansas) Cthrilla - 29 (Villanova) GoHskrs - 29 (Gonzaga) allani12 - 29 (Villanova) TheBigEarn - 29 (North Carolina) uncleTK71 - 29 (UCLA)
  15. Noooooooooow I can post it ... Six people went 16-0 on Day 1 AALegend - 16 (Gonzaga) allani12 - 16 (Villanova) Cthrilla - 16 (Villanova) HolyFrigPecker - 16 (Villanova) TheBigEarn - 16 (North Carolina) utterczar - 16 (Villanova) Had a total of 342 entries. Good luck everybody
  16. Yeah - I'm asleep at the wheel right now. Will post proper results in the AM.
  17. Once again PocketFives is a running a free March Madness Bracket Contest for our members and giving away over $450 worth of prizes. Fill out your bracket before the games start on Thursday, March 16 - and no, we don't count the play-in games. Prizes: 1st place: $100 Amazon Gift Card + a PocketFives Hoodie 2nd place: $60 Amazon Gift Card + a PocketFives Hoodie 3rd place: $40 Amazon Gift Card + a PocketFives Hoodie 4th place: PocketFives Hoodie 5th place: PocketFives Hoodie 6th - 10th place: PocketFives T-shirt 55th place: PocketFives T-Shirt Entering your bracket is ridiculously easy. 1. Go to http://www.runyourpool.com/join.cfm 2. Enter the following information: a. In the "Pool ID" box, enter the number 15713 b. In the "Pool Password" box, enter 'fives55' (without the single quotes) 3. Create an account on RunYourPool, including a personal user name and password. Rest assured this information will not be sold or utilized for spam under any circumstances. If you already have an account on RunYourPool, you should log into your existing account instead of creating a new one. 4. Make your bracket picks. You must use your PocketFives user name as your bracket name. Maximum one entry per person. Entering more than one time disqualifies ALL of your brackets.
  18. And yes, as Antonio pointed out on Twitter earlier tonight - there is one more condition to the bet that I had forgot to mention: I have to wear the shirt if anybody other than my wife and daughter come to our house.
  19. LOL that you think I'm washing it 300 times sir ... That's what Febreeze is for my friend. It *might* get washed 50 times.
  20. Everybody's entitled to have their take. How Antonio (or anybody for that matter) spends their own money really is only up to them. Was more than happy to take the challenge and have some fun in the process. Though, I'm curious what you mean by "a guy like you".
  21. Okay, a few folks have asked me for the details on the prop bet I made with Antonio Esfandiari during the WSOP so I figured I’d put it here and let you guys ask any questions you might have. The Bet Antonio Esfandiari offered me an $8,000 freeroll that I couldn’t wear the same dress shirt for exactly one year. I accepted. How About 30 players from the money in the 2016 WSOP Main Event, I was standing with Donnie Peters and Remko Rinkema of PokerNews covering the play leading up to the bubble. Antonio was being rather talkative and as he’s prone to do, sitting in his chair barefoot. Somehow the conversation turned to the fur-lined Gucci slippers he wore to the Rio that day. (Note: they’re pretty awful) I asked him how much he’d pay me to wear them for a year and he told me I couldn’t “pull off the look” (I don’t disagree). He then asked me how much for me to wear the dress shirt I was wearing for one year. Now, for background, Donnie Peters had a bet like this with Antonio and Jason Mercier a few years ago that he couldn’t cut his hair for 18 months. His price was $5,000. He accepted and won. At this point I knew two things: 1) Antonio wasn’t accepting my first bid 2) He would likely balk at any further negotiation off of his price and I’d be left with $0. I wanted $10,000 - that was the number that was in my head, but knowing #1 above, I asked for $15,000. Antonio said that was “too rich” and I told him to counter the offer. He came back with $8,000. It was lighter than I expected but close enough to what I wanted that I wasn’t going to lose an $8,000 freeroll over the $2,000 difference. I snap-accepted. Antonio told the table he would have gone as high as $10,000. I don’t think he would have. What The shirt is a dress shirt. I’ve had it for about a year or so. Why It’s a freeroll. If I fail to pull it off, I’m just the guy who lost out on a free $8,000. When The bet was made on July 14, 2016. I have to wear it until July 14, 2017. The Ground Rules These are important, and a big reason why I felt like I’m a massive favorite in the bet. 1. I only have to wear the shirt when I’m outside of my house. (the one exception being when I’m swimming, but I do have to wear the shirt at the pool if I’m not in the pool). I work - for the most part - from home. If I was in an office five days a week with a commute, no chance I do this bet (or at least, for “just” $8,000). 2. Yes. I can wash it. My biggest concern is that the shirt might not last the full year. I’ve done some reading on best ways to take care of the shirt and make sure I get 365 days out of it. So I’m relatively confident I’ll make it. 3. I like the shirt so it’s not going to bother me to have to wear it. 4. No, I can’t go buy a bunch of the same shirt and wear that. Antonio signed the inside of the collar to make sure that it’s THE shirt. Also worth noting, the company that made the shirt is no longer in business. 5. How will Antonio know I’m wearing it? Well, I’ve known him for 10 years (he was one of our columnists when I ran BLUFF) and I’m pretty sure he trusts me. I’m posting regular updates on Twitter. (Follow me @Lance_Bradley)
  22. So Fedor Holz has won over $18,000,000 in the last 14 months. Now he's saying he's done with poker - at least as a pro. http://www.pocketfives.com/articles/wsop-bracelet-hand-fedor-holz-retiring-poker-592443/ Do we believe him or is this just another player saying they're walking away only to find themselves drawn back to the game like Shaun Deeb and Mike McDonald?
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