Fedor Holz shoved his stack worth a little over 1 million in chips to the middle from first position. Finger and Kanit threw their cards in the muck rather rapidly, but Mike Watson in the big blind was interested. He thought for just a few seconds before calling.
Holz was ahead with the as his opponent turned over .
The flop was disastrous for Holz though, and he was drawing dead by the time the hit the turn. Holz got up from the table while the dealer burned and put the on the river to make things official.
Holz shook hands with his three former opponents and headed to the pay out to collect his cheque wort €329,800, just slightly less than the €337,500 he made for his 7th place in the €100,000 Super High Roller last night. No titles and trophy's just yet here in Monaco, but not too bad a start to the festival for the young German.