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Fedor Holz takes the first place in the Global Poker Index

Fedor Holz takes the first place in the Global Poker Index

Holz finished second in the Super High Roller Bowl for $3,5 million, and after that won three Aria Super High Roller Series. He cashed for nearly $5 million since the last week of May, and took the first place in the GPI from Steve O'Dwyer, who held the top posisiton for 22 weeks.



Being just 22 years old, Fedor is taking the pokerworld by storm. With three seven-figure scores and another 14 six-figure scores within 14 months -and those are just live-results- Holz has proven himself a steady factor in the top of the pokercommunity.



The top 10 of the GPI Top 100 is as follows:

Top 100





Fedor Holz


4,368.23 pts


Anthony Zinno


4,288.59 pts


Steve O'Dwyer


4,226.50 pts


Jason Mercier


4,148.00 pts


Bryn Kenney


4,086.48 pts


Dominik Nitsche


3,886.08 pts


Nick Petrangelo


3,851.32 pts


Thomas "Kingsofcards" Marchese


3,848.54 pts


Erik Seidel


3,758.79 pts


Stephen Chidwick


3,715.76 pts



On Twitter, Holz posted: “After 2 years of travelling to every live stop I finally made it to #1 worldwide. #pokergoalshttps://t.co/Jiau0muVSJ