• July 31, 2021

Fedor Holz Wins 2014 WCOOP Main Event

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Three astounding weeks of online poker culminated last night in a WCOOP Main Event finale that lived up to all expectations – especially for winner Fedor “CrownUpGuy” Holz.
CrownUpGuy (“I just like Crowns”), won the WCOOP 2014 Main Event and a first prize of $1.3 million after a compelling finale that boasted the type of line-up that only ever produces a worthy champion. A young German player who has had something of a break out year in 2014, notably in the European Poker Tour season opener in Barcelona last month. There he won a €2k side event, came fourth in the next, then cashed in the Main and High Roller events before finishing the week with another side event final table.
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The 2014 World Championship of Online Poker came to a close early Tuesday morning with the conclusion of the $5,200 Main Event. The tournament, which boasted a $10 million guarantee, attracted a total of 2,142 players to create a prize pool worth $10,710,000. More than $1.8 million of that was set aside for Tuesday’s eventual winner.
Outlasting a final table that included Viktor “Isildur1” Blom, Faraz “The-Toilet 0” Jaka,Elior “CrazyElior” Sion, Todd “MaltLiquor40” Sisley and Dylan “Pokerl)evil” Hortin, Holz claimed $1.3m for the win.
After the six-way deal on the final table, these are the payouts:
1. Fedor CrownUpGuy Holz, Austria – $1,300,000*
2. Yuri theNERDguy Martins, Brazil – $708,251*
3. neckbr4ake, Germany – $651,430*
4. Elior CrazyElior Sion, UK – $780,227*
5. Faraz The-Toilet 0 Jaka, Poland – $945,000*
6. Daniel “19Dan86” Rudd, UK – $769,813*
7. Dylan Pokerl)evil Hortin, Canada – $214,200
8. Todd MaltLiquor40 Sisley, Canada – $160,650
9. Viktor Isildur1 Blom, UK – $107,100
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