After cashing for more than $20 million in live tournaments - with a couple of those million coming after announcing his impending retirement - Fedor Holz has little left to prove in the world of poker.
The German wunderkind has since turned his attention to a new project, the likes of which he has not fully revealed as yet. He keeps posting teasers to his Twitter account, but is keeping his fans guessing as to the substance of his endeavor.
Holz' first post came in December, to which a commenter replied that perhaps the project was to upgrade his sparse furnishings.
Another post was published in February, this time with a couple of photogs in the picture.
A look behind the scenes of my new project. Launching it in April! pic.twitter.com/wCUKYrVlBK— Fedor Holz (@CrownUpGuy) February 28, 2017
We are not entirely sure what the 23-year-old is up to, but one thing is certain. Whatever the project may be, Holz won't be lacking capital to get it going.
He ranks 8th on poker's all-time money list and 1st in his native country, in large part to winning the High Roller for One Drop event and $4,981,775 last summer.
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