At just 24 years old, Fedor Holz was considered the best poker player in the world – until it got too hard for him. A conversation about millions of benefits, throbbing carotid arteries and spaghetti in tomato sauce every day.
By Benjamin Emonts and Vivien Timmler
It is a small arena that Fedor Holz has installed in his living room. Three tables, three chairs, three monitors: the perfect place for an online poker night with friends. The multimillionaire appears for the interview in a hoodie, behind the huge window frontage it is raining on the rooftops of Vienna. Holz, 28, smiles for the camera.