Country: Germany, Austria
Date of birth: July 25, 1993
Tournament winnings throughout the career: over 32 550 000$
Best result: 6 000 000$ (2nd place in The Big One for One Drop for 1 000 000$ at the WSOP 2018)
Main achievements: he won more than 10 000 000$ in live events in less than 2 months in 2016 (within a year in 2016 his profit was over 16 484 000$). He has a WSOP bracelet, three PokerStars Spades, two WPT championships and several other trophies. Online victories – a champion of the WCOOP Main Event 2014, the 2nd place in the most expensive online tournament WCOOP 2016 Super High-Roller for 102 000$.
Fedor "CrownUpGuy" Holz is a young millionaire poker player. He was born on the 25 of July, 1993 in Germany. In 2013 he moved to Vienna (Austria). According to Holz, his family was not rich, but very friendly and loving one. They have supported him in everything (including poker), and now he can easily provide not only for himself, but also for his parents and three younger sisters.
In accordance with official data, the first Holz’s tournament achievements are dated the end of 2012. For now, he has earned over 32 000 000$ in live events and more than 16 000 000$ of that amount he won in 2016. In addition, the guy won a few million dollars in online tournaments. The first one Fedor earned when he became a winner of the WCOOP Main Event in 2014. At that day "CrownUpGuy" (Holz’s nickname on PokerStars) got 1 300 000$ of prize money, and he started to be spoken about in the poker community as a young talent. At that time some could still ask: "Who is CrownUpGuy?", but currently his nickname has become more than recognizable. It is a kind of a trademark as well as the player’s name - Fedor Holz.
Fedor Holz gained a huge fame and a "phenomenon" title in 2016, which began for the guy with a victory in Triton Super High Roller at the World Poker Tour National - Philippines on the 3rd and 4thof January. He turned 200 000$ buy-in into 3 463 500$. After that, he had several successful ITMs but nothing special until he went to Vegas at the end of May. There, Holz earned over 10 000 000$ in less than two months and won his first WSOP bracelet. He became a runner-up of the Super High Roller Bowl for 300 000$ (his prize money - 3 500 000$), won three Aria High Roller tournaments and became a High Roller for One Drop champion for 111 111$ at the WSOP 2016 (prize - 4 981 775$). In total for 2016 his profit was over 16 484 000$.
But that was not the end of the guy's upstreak., even despite his statement of retirement from poker, which he gave after winning the bracelet.
2016 was also very good for Holz in online. Here we should recall CrownUpGuy's second place at the WCOOP 2016 Super High-Roller for 102 000$, which brought him over 1 000 000$.
Now Fedor Holz plays poker more for pleasure than for earning and works on creating a special application Primed Mind. He is called a phenomenon and one of the best poker players of our time.
Fedor Holz's page on Twitter (@CrownUpGuy) and in April 2016 he wrote that his page on Facebook was blocked
Holz’s Instagram (fedoire)