In this crazy run, Holz took down a WSOP High Roller side event and WSOP Event 79 Heads Up event. He came second in another WSOP High Roller side event and the PokerStars WCOOP 25-H event along with a fourth place finish in the High Rollers Blade Mulligan.
You can watch Holz winning his second WSOP bracelet of the Series below.
Holz is now number 8 on the All Time Money List thanks to his recent cashes.
Back in 2016 Holz had another insane run amassing over $5 million in earnings at high roller events in under a month!
It looks like the product team behind the PokerStars is a fan of the retro video games as the operator is gearing up for a brand new Spin & Go promotion or a new variant (we don’t know yet) inspired by the ever-popular block-bursting game, Tetris.
Titled as Tetris Spin & Go, unfortunately, not much details are available other than the graphic files updated in the PokerStars’ client recently.
It may well be more of a promotion than a new game variant, much like when PokerStars launched Spinball challenges three years ago.
The Spinball promotion had tasked players with completing a daily puzzle board in the form of a pinball machine, comprising of eleven pieces, each with a distinct mission.
The Tetris Spin & Go promotion could be in a similar vein with each puzzle maybe presented in the form of Tetris blocks or pieces.
We’ll have to wait and find out soon what the game is all about, but it does sound intriguing.
Following the recent passing of Hall of Fame poker professional, Mike Sexton, The World Poker Tour has released a tribute video that recounts the life of the most beloved person in the history of poker.
Rest in peace Mike.