This year's edition of the One Drop (the 5th one in total) had a $111,111 buy-in and drew a field of 183 players, who battled over 3 days of play for their share of the $19,000,000 prize pool! After eliminating Las Vegas pro Dan Smith in second, Germany's Fedor Holz walked away with the biggest slice of the cake ($4,981,775) as well as his first gold bracelet!
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Very well done to Fedor Holz from Germany for conquering the $111,111 buy-in tournament that attracted world's finest 183 poker players. Having earned $4,981,775 first place prize from this tournament, he has accumulated nearly $18.5 million in live tournament earnings in quite a short period of time.
Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (Tuesday, July 12, 2016 @ 20:13 GMT)
183 player is not a lot ... and gain almost five million it is certainly very cool .... and age it for a good game very young ... probably many underestimated him and because of this he paid ... in any case, I am very happy for him, he was a pretty good player and deserves it
First time I heard this name when I saw his total live winnings then I realized I missed a lot in the live poker circuit world just too bad that this year we did not have the 1 million buy in one drop as it's a really the biggest one IMO even bigger than the Main Event...
Posted by pajalnick: 183 player is not a lot ... and gain almost five million it is certainly very cool .... and age it for a good game very young ...
Yeah, but for instance the WSOP ME have many entrants who are literally just come off the street and had 10k to spare 4 experience the feeling of it as opposed to this where almost everyone is a tried pro backed with knowledge and money. Which one is harder to take down?