The Chip Race Celebrates GPI Best Poker Podcast Nod with Special Tournament

The gang from the Chip Race received their 2nd GPI Global Poker Award Best Podcast nomination and are celebrating with a special bounty tournament on Unibet.

There’s another big bounty tournament happening soon on Unibet after the guys from The Chip Race were nominated for GPI’s Global Poker Award Best Podcast for the 2nd time. Never ones to miss a chance to celebrate a nomination or award, hosts David Lappin and Dara O’Kearney are hosting a €50 PKO game featuring celebrity bounties.

There will be special celebrity bounties on the heads of the ambassadors, Dara, David, and Ian Simpson, as well as special guest Louise Butler. The game is expected to run on Friday, Feb 18, with the GPI winners expected to be announced mere hours after the tournament is over.

There is also a sweet extra deal on top for the winner — a $1000 voucher for UpswingPoker. Look for more details on the special Unibet bounty tournament to come soon and, in the meantime, check out the most recent episode of the twice-nominated, award-winning podcast The Chip Race at the link below.

published 12 months ago • by permalink

Poker Phenom Fedor Holz Looks Back on His Epic 2016 Run

Fedor Holz had a legendary 2016 tournament run with 6 nosebleed wins through the year. Six years after making history, he breaks down how it all happened.

Casual observers of the poker world often see huge success “coming out of nowhere” with players seeming to suddenly burst onto the scene with high-profile wins, but the truth is usually a bit less dramatic. In this excellent video, poker phenom Fedor Holz takes a deep dive into his epic tournament poker run in 2016.

That was the year Fedor crushed the nosebleed tournament scene, booking six wins from January to December, including nearly $5 million for winning the WSOP $111,111 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller for One Drop. He also took $3.5 million for second in a Super High Roller Bowl event and a bit more than $3 million for a Triton win.

But Holz’s 2016 success didn’t come out of the blue — he had a *breakout year in the online poker scene in 2014*. But, then he seemed to stall in 2015, burning through a third of his bankroll taking shots at live high rollers. He felt good with his game, but the results weren’t coming for him.

At the start of this video, Holz credits his work with Elliot Roe starting in Oct/Nov 2015 as the turnaround point in his game and proceeds to take the viewers on a recap of his roller-coaster ride through the 2016 super high roller circuit.

Check out the video on PokerCode's YouTube channel at the link below.

published 1 year ago • by permalink