And so is Adrian Mateos, in other news we have Quads vs Quads and Daniel Negreanu gets his Twitch account back.
Fedor is crushing again
The worst retirement in poker continues as Fedor Holz goes on another heater at the online felt.
He won the $25,000 Heads-Up event at GGPoker for his second career bracelet and $1,077,025.
On top of that he has had a string of High Roller results and last night chopped the $25,000 Sunday Slam WCOOP event for $515,294.
Imagine how hard he would crush if he came out of retirement.
Crazy emotions right now. Shipped my second bracelet and a million bucks (also for 130 lucky staker)! 🕺🚀 pic.twitter.com/mDvnq4J7Io
— Fedor Holz (@CrownUpGuy) September 6, 2020
So is Mateos
The Spanish version of Fedor Holz, Adrian Mateos, has had a similar start to the WCOOP this year.
He won his third career WCOOP title on Sunday in the $2,100 PKO event for $80,212. His third title in as many years.
And in case you were wondering who chopped that WCOOP event with Fedor, yes it was Mateos. He was the official winner, making it four titles in three years, and netting an extra $543,686 along the way.
KidPoker gets Twitch back
Terrible timing in that he is not typically an online player and his sponsor’s biggest ever series has just concluded.
However, it does open the door to him being able to stream his (potential) heads-up challenge against Doug Polk.
Somebody clip that
One big advantage to Twitch streaming is that it takes the sting out of bad beats because your mind turns towards getting a Twitch clip that might go viral as compensation.
Will we see Negreanu stream his challenge against Doug Polk? Let us know in the comments: