Another dominating performance from Fedor Holz.
Germany's Fedor Holz ended Day 2 of the $100,000 buy-in WPT Alpha8 Las Vegas as the chip leader. Eight players remain and the final table is set to play out on Sunday. Team PokerStars Pro Daniel Negreanu also advanced to the final table.
First place pays out $1,509,219, while the runner-up locks up $1,015,000.
This year's WPT Alpha8 Las Vegas attracted 45 total entries, but only the top 7 players get paid out.