Fedor Holz has retired from professional poker for about a year now.
He is still quite active in the poker world and has won about $2,000,000 by playing only high stakes tournaments. It looks like he has not lost his touch of the game despite retiring from the game and also reducing the amount of events and tournaments that he plays.
Holz is now fully involved with his start-up called Primed Mind that is a mindset coaching app. He is playing lesser number in tournaments than before and is focusing on the start up more. He came second in the ultra-tough SCOOP $2,100 PLO event even though this event was not his favorite. He is a specialist in no-limit hold’em event. This proves that a class master at the poker event can play all formats of the game.
Holz is also taking part in the Super High Roller Bowl held at Aria in Las Vegas strip. This is a $300,000 buy-in event. Holz said that he is now just playing 5 percent of what he used to earlier. He is looking to cut down on a lot of activities that was sapping his energy and is now focused on things that really gives him pleasure. His main focus is on his startup and the mindset app. He is not feeling sad about missing all the fun and frolic in the poker events as he has made up a choice to concentrate more on his new business.
He is looking to go back to home on June 5th to concentrate on his start-up Primed Mind and would be returning to take part in the WSOP main event. He feels that the Super High Roller Bowl is an entertaining and fun-filled event and this is why he is taking part in the event.