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MTT Report – Fedor Holz wins GG Spring Festival Event 37-H for $124,456.71

Huge weeks for all tournament players as now GGSF at GGNetwork, SCOOP at PokerStars and the partypoker POWERFEST run simultaneously and boast massive guarantees. Fedor Holz, William Foxen, Dawid Smolka and “MrTermo1021” all had massive six-figure scores last night!

MTT Report Featured Poker Tournaments

  • GGSF H-37: $1,500 Sunday Marathon at GG Network
  • GGSF H-38: $5,200 Bounty Hunters Main Event at GG Network
  • POWERFEST Event #3 – $5,250 High Roller at partypoker
  • SCOOP-28-H: $1,050 NLHE PKO at PokerStars

Fedor Holz ships GGSF H-37: $1,500 Sunday Marathon for $124,457

Fedor Holz is grinding hard during GGSF and SCOOP and now it paid off big time! Last night Fedor shipped GGSF Event #37 High: $1,500 Sunday Marathon for a whopping $124,457.

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466 players made this event a huge success as the guarantee was smashed by more than 32% with $664,050 in the prize pool and $124,456.71 up top.

Several big names made the final tables such as Timothy Adams, Mike Watson and rising Estonian poker star Ottomar Ladva.

However, none of them was able to stop Fedor Holz from winning his first-ever GGSF title together with a massive $124,457.

Holz beat Canadian player “ranking-even” heads-up for the title, while the latter still earned $93,329.06 for his Runner-Up finish.

Fedor Holz ships GGSF H-37: $1,500 Sunday Marathon for $124,457

Dawid Smolka from Poland lands biggest score of last night’s Sunday Grind worth $293,549

But that was not the largest score yesterday at the GG Spring Festival, not by a far margin as Event H-38 had a huge guarantee of $1,500,000, which was also easily reached.

Dawid Smolka Poker

357 players paid the $5,350 Bounty Hunter Main Event buy-in and created a huge $1,785,000 prize pool.

Again several notables made it to the FT including online legends Eelis “EEE27” Pärssinen (4./$84,661.33) and Preben “prebz” Stokkan (3./$89,887.68).

Heads-Up was a Polish-Ukrainian battle between Andrii Derzhypilskiy and Dawid “INSERTC0IN” Smolka, who had the better end for himself and secured a career-high score of $293,549 ($110,697 + $182,852 in bounties).


Alex Foxen takes down Powerfest #03 – $5,200 High Roller for $137,317, Christoph Vogelsang Runner-Up

Since Friday partypoker’s signature online tournament series is running and the first big highlights took place last night.

Alex Foxen

One of them was the POWERFEST Event #3, a $5,200 High Roller, for which 91 of the best poker tournament players in the world signed up.

Due to the very tough field it didn’t came as a surprise that we saw an extremely strong final table featuring online legend Michael Addamo, Jonathan “apestyles” Van Fleet, David Peters, Christoph Vogelsang and poker power couple Kristen Bicknell and Alex Foxen.

The back-to-back GPI Player of the Year once again beasted everything and even beat online crusher Christoph Vogelsang heads-up for the title to put the cherry on top.

Foxen added another major title to his incredible results and was rewarded with another huge six-figure score plus the prestigious POWERFEST trophy.


“MrTermo1021” ships SCOOP-28-H: $1,050 NLHE PKO for $150,328

Not only at the GGSF the biggest Sunday Grind score went to Poland, but also at the SCOOP over at PokerStars. “MrTermo1021” reigned supreme in SCOOP Event #28-High, a $1,050 NLHE PKO with $1M GTD.

Aleksejs Ponakovs Poker

He outlasted a massive field of 1,261 players, which created an enormous $1,261,000 prize pool.

“MrTermo1021” managed to come out on top of a heads-up battle with Germany’s “nic81411” and took home a staggering $150,328.

Biggest name on the final table was Latvian online crusher Aleksejs “APonakov” Ponakovs (3./$67,443), followed by Matt “OLD TIME GIN” Stone (5./ $47,468) and Rodrigo “seijistar” Seiji from Brazil (8./ $12,276).