143 - Mario Mosbock - Following The Fedor Holz Blueprint
The Mindset Advantage Poker Podcast
Mario Mosböck is a former professional footballer who gave up the game and transitioned into the poker world. After following the blueprint laid out for him by his mentor Fedor Holz, Mario has recently had some significant scores, including taking down the SCOOP Main Event for over $800,000. In this week’s episode, we dive deep into why he decided to give up life as a professional athlete, the emotional roller coaster of winning the SCOOP Main Event, and how he’s used the power of network to rapidly accelerate his learning. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode
CardsChat - Poker professional interviews from The World's #1 Poker Community
On episode #40 of the CardsChat podcast, we have the pleasure of welcoming Fedor Holz. Fedor first made his name as an online tournament crusher, and he now has $10.8 million in career earnings. He then moved more and more into the live realm and high roller scene and has since destroyed it to the tune of almost $33 million in earnings, currently good for 7th place on the all-time money list. Then, he entered another area of the poker world and dominated it too, the tournament playing “retired” businessman, and together with colleagues he created the Pokercode training community. All that and he’s still only 27 years old. On today’s show we get to know the impressive man behind all of those impressive numbers and poker feats.
Play Run It Once Poker Today: runitonce.euTrain With The Best on Run It Once Training: runitonce.comEmail suggestions to: TheRake@runitonce.comEmail your worst punts to: AsPlayed@runitonce.comTimestamps:00:09Welcome to The Rake, Fedor Holz!00:57Why did it take Fedor six months to accept the challenge from Wiktor “Limitless” Malinowski?01:52Jamie makes fun of Fedor for claiming to have retired from poker. Is he back?04:26What motivated Fedor to step away from poker at the peak of his game?07:29How has the Japanese concept of Ikigai influenced his recent life decisions?09:26Fedor looks back on his career in the context of Ikigai.14:04How Elliot Roe came into Fedor’s life, and the impact he had.17:38The connection between success and love, and the perception that we need to be successful in order to be accepted by others.20:32How his changing view of himself and others influenced his various business endeavours.24:54A message from our sponsors at Run It Once :)26:04Fedor discusses two of his current business endeavours; PokerCode and 360 Fashion Lab.31:18How and when did he get into chess, and what’s his experience been thus far?35:18Fedor’s love of games and puzzles has been with him since childhood, and his pattern of initial curiosity to eventual burnout has remained similar.42:04Doug Polk recently fired shots at Fedor on Twitter.46:36More on Fedor’s upcoming challenge against Limitless.49:16Wrapping up. Thanks Fedor!
Fedor Holz on learning poker and achieving peak performance
The Runchuks Podcast
Fedor Holz has won the WSOP, EPT, and WTP titles and has over $40 million in tournament earnings. When it comes to building a successful poker career, he really knows what he’s talking about. A few years ago he was voted #1 online poker player and #1 live poker player in the world. In this conversation, Fedor shares lots of powerful insights and advice about poker, business, and life. He explains his learning process, the way he gets in the zone when it really matters, how maintains full focus, how to avoid common pitfalls when working with solvers - so much of this is truly valuable. And of course, we also talk about his upcoming HU battle vs Wiktor 'limitless' Malinowski. I’ll share my key takeaways from this episode in my newsletter, so sign up for it on https://www.runchukspodcast.com CONNECT: Subscribe to this channel: https://bit.ly/runchuks-yt Subscribe to newsletter: https://www.runchukspodcast.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RunchuksP Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/runchukspoker Coaching: https://bit.ly/bts-coaching PODCAST INFO: Podcast Website: https://runchuks.podbean.com Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2XlvTro Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2ECWIAF YouTube playlist: https://bit.ly/podcast-yt OUTLINE: 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:25 Match against Wiktor 'Iimitless' Malinowski 00:08:49 Mental game 00:16:31 In the zone 00:21:01 New information 00:27:10 How to ask the right question 00:30:56 Ways of learning 00:37:25 The right questions 00:44:45 Beating mid and high stakes 00:48:06 Focus level 00:53:51 Out of the comfort zone 00:58:13 Solver traps 00:59:53 Who is Fedor Holz? 01:05:15 What do you want to do? 01:09:15 Identity 01:13:46 Opportunities 01:26:01 Picking your dreams 01:30:33 I can do anything, but I can't do everything 01:31:37 Current challenges 01:37:57 Nothing is everything 1:42:43 Taking time off 01:47:17 The path is not straight
015: Traits of the Sickest Grinders, Deconstructing Reality, and GTO Protein Bars with Fedor Holz
Why do the best players reliably outrank the competition? Why are some people so much better at analysis than intuition? Today, Nick and Wayne are talking with Fedor Holz. Fedor is an unbelievably gifted player. He won his first WSOP bracelet in 2016 and now sits at #1 on the German all-time money list, with life tournament winnings of over $32,500,000. He shifted his focus away from poker in 2019 to develop his start-up, a mindset coaching app called Primed Mind, which makes it easy for people to use the same powerful visualization techniques that have empowered the world’s most notable phenoms. In this episode, Nick begins by immediately asking Fedor a simple question: “How do you navigate the analytical and intuitive plane in balance?” Fedor’s answer leads the trio in a number of different directions, including what it really means to have grit, how to process new information in every aspect of life, and how the COVID-19 pandemic forced Fedor to evaluate not just what truly matters, but what stops someone from being truly effective at what they do. Key Takeaways Why the best poker players - and businesspeople - are naturally curious. Why Fedor had to spend tens of thousands of dollars on protein bars and work with a full-time sports scientist to realize there was no product that could optimize his performance and well-being. The value of being the person who doesn’t jump to conclusions. How having an overloaded calendar with too many meetings makes it impossible to forge real, authentic connections. Get Access to the Show Notes To get access to the full show notes, including all the resources mentioned during the interview, visit BeyondPoker.com/15 Check Us Out On: BeyondPoker.com Wayne Yap on Instagram Nick Howard on Instagram Nick Howard on Twitter PokerDetox.com
World Class Poker Player Bullish On Bitcoin w/ Fedor Holz
Fedor Holz is a professional poker player with over $32million in live earnings. We talk about his decision to buy Bitcoin, his poker career, the insane comeback story, how he thinks about risk, optimizing decisions, and more. Thank you for listening to the show. If you could please leave me a rating on iTunes, I would really appreciate it. Tweet me your thoughts about the episode! Show sponsors: •Matcha: Find the best prices across crypto exchange networks: https://matcha.xyz/luke •Fun, Fast, and Fair gaming with a dedicated Bitcoin company: CoinGaming •Bybit: Trade Bitcoin, ETH, EOS, and XRP derivatives and get a deposit bonus with the show link: Bybit_Deposit_Bonus
Learning from a professional poker playerTo what extent can you maximize your output and how much in poker is fate? What can you learn from poker when it comes to making decisions? And why is it better to focus on the things you can influence? In this episode, I'm talking to Fedor Holz, who, in his mid-20s as a professional tournament poker player, has won more than 30 million. We talk about taking risks, "seeing" the opponent, money versus self-worth, the joy of the game, but also about rejection and vulnerability. Author: Katharina BaierEditor: Raphael SpannocchiJingle: Samuel Buda You have an idea for a guest for this show or want to give us feedback, just write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fedor Holz may have retired from playing poker full time, but that doesn’t mean he’s been sitting on his hands… Over one weekend this past summer, Fedor scored over $2 million in online tournament wins, and he’s been exploring his other passions in life, like coaching clients and building businesses. In fact, Fedor is the cofounder for Primed Mind, and we’ve got some exciting content in the works for the Primed Mind community! In this episode, Fedor talks about doing what you love, how it can evolve and shift over time, and what it means to journey down the path of least friction… Where do you feel the most flow in your life? Follow that to find fulfillment. Listen to this episode to learn more! Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode.
Fedor Holz - Striving for excellence [Rebroadcast]
The Runchuks Podcast
Fedor Holz is one of the most successful poker tournament players in the world. He played a key role in assembling "the German team", we discuss how Fedor keeps aiming at bigger goals, his approach to improvement, his mental game tips & tricks, and much more. YouTube playlist: https://bit.ly/podcast-yt CONNECT: Subscribe to newsletter: https://www.runchukspodcast.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RunchuksP Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/runchukspoker Coaching: https://bit.ly/bts-coaching Outline: 00:00:00 Introduction 00:01:43 How Fedor Holz built his team 00:07:35 The desire for constant improving 00:11:40 Never settling down 00:13:15 Finding a way to play higher and higher 00:16:31 Bringing his friends to the (High Roller) party 00:19:28 The Rat Race 00:20:21 Playing Zoom $500 with Steffen Sontheimer 00:21:49 Sinergy and applying knowledge 00:25:14 Importance of a healthy mental game 00:27:44 When you follow what you want to do, then you're happy 00:30:40 Have a group of people to help you reflect 00:32:34 Taking a 5 months break… And then $2k to 1 million dollars 00:38:01 How the value of money changed over time 00:45:38 What do you actually want to do? 00:51:37 How do you spend your day and why? 00:55:17 Boredom is one of the most important drivers of creativity 00:58:50 Absolute love for getting better 01:04:37 Advice for those starting right now 01:05:44 Not enjoying poker anymore 01:07:22 Want to change something? Try the extremes! 01:09:26 But don't always try the extremes 01:10:07 Aligning YOURSELF to what you want TO DO 01:13:01 Only aiming to be the best 01:16:37 Fedor's poker course: The Pokercode 01:21:42 What Fedor wants to change in the world?
Fedor Holz is my guest today on the Poker Life Podcast. The first time Fedor was on was WAY back in 2014 after winning the WCOOP Main Event. Fedor is back sponsored by GGPoker and will be playing the upcoming WSOP event on their website. We will talk to Fedor about what life has been like back in the high stakes online poker tournament world and see if he considers himself still one of the top players. 0:02 Intro 0:05 Fedor introduction, future guests and plans for the podcast, Fedor acomplishments/plans for the future 2:55 Both of them talking about how they met, their first podcast, where Fedor is living atm what he has been doing and what's going with his return to poker 6:33 Fedor talks why he stopped and started again to play poker, what poker meant to him what he likes and dislikes 11:46 Other revenue streams besides poker why you need them, why Fedor chose to work with GGpoker 20:28 Fedor consluting GGpoker about rake and rakeback related systems, GGpoker what is all about 28:20 Why GGpoker does much better than other sites, the poker player experience and what should change to make it more enjoyable 43:00 Predatory aspect of poker pros and why they ruin the game, how the game should change for the better 57:25 WSOP/MTTS formats discussion, rakeback system structure/rules on GGpoker, shouting out chat after Fedor disconnects 1:22:08 Fedor reconnects after technical problems, GGpoker rakeback system positives/negatives 1:29:01 Sponsors and the value they bring, Fedor talks about being back in poker, studying poker, DTO and what is next 1:38:55 Poker project called "The Academy" focused on MTTs, 500 to 5k challenge discussion, Fedor Twitter phase, discipline in poker and moreShow less