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Documentary to Feature Fedor Holz at Poker Masters High Roller Series

The Poker Masters is coming to Las Vegas next week. The five-day super high roller series at Aria will feature many of the best players in the world in search of a purple jacket reserved for the highest earner of the series — and millions of dollars in tournament payouts and side bets.

All of the Poker Masters action will be available at PokerGO and right here at PokerNews, but poker fans will also get an exclusive, inside look at the inaugural event through the eyes of arguably the most successful high roller in poker. German wunderkind Fedor Holz will be the subject of a six-part series documenting his run in five Poker Masters events across six days, with $300,000 in buy-ins on the line.

The mini-doc, titled "In the Life of a Champion," will begin on Sept. 13 and run through Sept. 20. The series of 15-20 minute episodes will highlight Fedor's preparations for the Poker Masters tournaments, along with interviews and behind the scenes footage. Fans will get a glimpse of how he lives, what he eats, where he works out, and even what he does after busting a $50,000 poker tournament.

The free series can be found on the Primed by Fedor Holz YouTube channel.

"I'm excited about giving people an insight into a week packed with super high roller action, but more importantly my personal life and routine around it," Holz told PokerNews on Friday. " I'm really looking forward to this intense week in Vegas!"

Holz will look to add to the $23.3 million in cashes he's already accumulated at the young age of 24. His domination of high roller tournaments is well documented; in fact, the three most recent cashes on his Hendon Mob profile are high roller victories. Back in May, Holz won back-to-back high roller events at Aria for more than $700,000. He then won the Triton Super High Roller in July for $444,893.

Will his success continue? Follow all of the action starting next week:

  • Sept. 13 – Poker Masters Event #1: $50,000 buy-in
  • Sept. 14 – Poker Masters Event #2: $50,000 buy-in
  • Sept. 15 – Poker Masters Event #3: $50,000 buy-in
  • Sept. 16 – Poker Masters Event #4: $50,000 buy-in
  • Sept. 18 – Poker Masters Event #5: $100,000 buy-in

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