Can Fedor Holz Win the WCOOP Super High Roller?

Is CrownUpGuy (aka Fedor Holz) about to win another title as a recreational player? As he heads into the final table of the World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) $102,000 buy-in Super High Roller in third place, he just might.

That would be another $1.4 million and his second super high roller title as a recreational player.

Team PokerStars Pro Jason Mercier didn’t manage to go the distance and busted in 18th place—which you may have seen live as Mercier was streaming the whole thing on Twtich with Jason Somerville which you can watch in all its glory retrospectively here.

To round things out, here is Doug Polk's betting tips on the $102,000 Super High Roller event— it’s worth a watch to see how his picks panned out and to see Polk wearing a bad reg t-shirt when talking about Mercier.

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