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partypoker ambassador Fedor Holz Selling 20% of Triton Poker 1M Action

Tags: Fedor Holz, Tony G, Triton Poker
Posted on 25 July 2019 by "T".
The latest participating duo at the Triton Poker Super High Roller Series 2019 London has been announced this Thursday, July 25, and it is Antanas "Tony G"Guoga who in turn invited German poker legend Fedor Holz.           Here's what Tony G had to say about his selection:   A day before the announcement by Triton, partypoker ambassador Fedor Holz posted o[...]   Read more » partypoker ambassador Fedor Holz Selling 20% of Triton Poker 1M Action

  26-Jul-19, 09:09   #1
partypoker ambassador Fedor Holz Selling 20% of Triton Poker £1M Action 0 
dule-vu 

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so dont know exactly whats this news about here!how he was invited from tony g or how he will send 20 % action for lower amount!we dont know main reason,why he are doing this and why is 20 %!we see that he earned lot of money till now,so money probably isnt problem!

     
  26-Jul-19, 23:25   #2
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pajalnick 

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Of course, Fedor Holtz is such a person who can dispose of his bankrupt as he pleases /// he can always sell his bankroll or //// so what he’s already done absolutely surely shouldn’t be worn //// into huge news ..... because that this news is usually ///// good luck to him in the game /

     
  27-Jul-19, 10:57   #3
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dule-vu 

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would be good that he explain why he must do this and why he need to sell it!maybe he know something about triton poker as organisation and he dont want to play because of it or he just have some other plans on that date and he just cant play it!its strange that somebody sell such a big stakes action!

     
  27-Jul-19, 12:41   #4
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Mober 
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Is he one that pays for the buy in of the tournament?
Or because he is invited, he doesnt pay a single thing.
No matter what i think that 20% is a big amount to sell, but we are talking
about 200k at least here. SO it is a considerable amount.

     
  27-Jul-19, 14:42   #5
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CALICUL 
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It's an offer which can not be refused for who wants to buy a few percentS from this buy-in. Fedor Holz is a very good player and can make a good profit for you. If you have money to buy 5, 10 or maximum 20 percents, then you can risk for a nice profit, if this player will have a good game in the money.

     
  28-Jul-19, 13:20   #6
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Someone with deep pockets can only buy in the action,
since he has asked for a 5% minimum chunk.
That makes all brm members unable to buy a single thing for it, for sure Smile
Not that big of a name also, for someone to push all that money.

     
  29-Jul-19, 16:22   #7
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CALICUL 
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This game has a huge buy-in and here is about sterling pounds. I do not know if there was any live game with a bigger stake than that. I read it a long time ago about a game with one miliion dollars ( online in Full Tilt if i remember well ) but it was cash game not tournament.

     
  29-Jul-19, 18:52   #8
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pajalnick 

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Of course, initially his decision is unclear .... because this is the person who probably does not need to sell anything .... he already has enough money for all cases ... but apparently for some reason he needs it ... maybe at least in order to draw attention to his name, which I have not heard anywhere else for a long time .... For a long time he did not win anywhere, although he is a wonderful player .... maybe this is the reason

     
  31-Jul-19, 16:29   #9
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bowie1984 

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Posted by CALICUL:
Fedor Holz is a very good player and can make a good profit for you. If you have money to buy 5, 10 or maximum 20 percents, then you can risk for a nice profit, if this player will have a good game in the money.

He totally looks like a cold blooded socipath on these pictures, I would not buy anything from him, he might shank me later Big Smile

     
  1-Aug-19, 13:19   #10
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CALICUL 
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Ha ha ha. This player is very good at high stakes and he can't play to lose here. He invested a lot of money or had a sponsor for a part of buy-in, but if he sells 20% is very good. I personally have more confidence here because i believe in him more than in other professional players.

     
  1-Aug-19, 16:42   #11
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bowie1984 

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Posted by CALICUL:
I personally have more confidence here because i believe in him more than in other professional players.

Yeah, but this is why these players selling action - participating in this costs him next to nothing since he was invited, so buying any percentage for him is a straight cash income to him - providing +EV results even if he manage to win nothing at the end.

     
  3-Aug-19, 13:04   #12
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Mober 
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That is what i was thinking too. If he doenst pay for the money since he has been
invited, then he is going to make sure money from selling the action.
He can play and win nothing at all at the end.
But this way heis gonna end up with a bit more than 200k USD, if he manages to sell it all.

     
  5-Aug-19, 03:05   #13
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gufra20 
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In the world of poker it is very common that in tournaments with large tickets a percentage of the ticket is put up for sale. In this case we talk about 1M and the% on sale is significant. It is always interesting to buy this type of action because with good players like him we have secured a good part of the investment.

     
  5-Aug-19, 14:01   #14
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CALICUL 
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Fedor Holz didn't do anything good in this game, and he has not finished in the money. Bowie's pessimism was right. Smile I don't know if he sold those percentages of 20% but the risk was high and if there were buyers, they lost a opportunity to make some money. This is the game.

     
  5-Aug-19, 18:37   #15
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dule-vu 

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Posted by bowie1984:
Posted by CALICUL:
I personally have more confidence here because i believe in him more than in other professional players.

Yeah, but this is why these players selling action - participating in this costs him next to nothing since he was invited, so buying any percentage for him is a straight cash income to him - providing +EV results even if he manage to win nothing at the end.


yeah,you are right with this!this will be cash for him and if he play he maybe wont get anything!but with this invitation he get play for free,but also he can say that he have some problem and he cant come there and to sell to some other player who have enough money on bank account!

     
  7-Aug-19, 12:47   #16
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CALICUL 
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It was the biggest buy-in in a live tournament and here you have to be brave, so you can achieve something good. Rank one in this tournament won a large amount of money ann now Justin Bonomo and Daniel Negreanu they fell 2 and 3 in this top of the total winnings. I think they will have to improvise more and to recover his positions.

     
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