Limitless who is Wiktor Malinowski, the ex-polish handball player that is now using his nifty hands to play the biggest stakes online with anyone at any time.
Fedor Holz is the “retired” Poker player that is now sponsored by GGPoker and got offered to play with either a 3BB/100 edge or against a drunk limitless.
The pair have started their heads up match which is nowhere near the volume of other matchups we have seen, but with this week loaded with nightly sessions of the pair that are now playing two tables of $100/$200, we are going to see some fun action.
Well, it’s been some time since Fedor was called out on Joey Ingram’s podcast, but since then the Prince of Poker as he is known for one of the sickest heaters that ever went down has been playing heads up.
He recently won an online WSOP bracelet when he bested the 127 player field in the $25k heads up tournament for a cool million. Not bad work for a retired player.
In other news Limitless and Stefan11222 have been playing, with Stefan beating Limitless out of over $500,000 in just one week… so maybe Fedor smelt some blood in the water and wanted a taste of the action.
Doug Polk’s take
Doug took to the Twitter streets to take these two Ego’s down a notch or two, with this input:
“Fedor = extremely weak at hunl every reg dreams of having him sit their table. Spewtastic and punts hard.
Limitless = one of the most overrated regs on the planet. His proof for being the best is saying so on a podcast. Since then lots of losing to real top dogs.”
Doug has even taken a poll on his Twitter questioning whether Limitless is actually this bad, or whether he is maybe faking this to get further action in the future.
The match is going down on GGPoker, with Joey Ingram heading the commentary on their channel and also we have seen Doug Polk covering the match on his channel too. Personally, I have loved Doug’s incites to the game, calling both players out for their exploitive lines that seem to be straying away from GTO lines that a solver would choose.
We have also seen hand reviews from the grinder Kaki, who plays $5,000 NL on GGPoker now. Check out some of the highlights from the first match up here…
Watch the Match Live Here