Global Poker Index: Negreanu climbs at the second position
Becoming one of the greatest supporters of the Global Poker Index (GPI) since the purchase of the ranking by Alex Dreyfus and Zokay Entertainement, the Canadian professional of poker Daniel Negreanu has recently achieved numerous efforts in order to reach the top 20. A priori, he reached his goal, because after having occupied the 5th place of the classification last week, he is from now on at the second position. He owes this progress thanks to his victory at the World Series Of Poker-Asia Pacific and also to his participation at the final tables of the European Poker Tour Grand Final and the World Poker Tour Championship; without forgetting his paid place at the Event # 5 of the WSOP 2013. He needs more than 300 points to overpass the global number one, Jason Mercier.
Joseph Cheong reached also the top 10 of the GPI this week, thanks to his second place at the $ 50.000 High Roller tournament of the WSOP-Asia Pacific and his second place at the WPT Super High Roller Bellagio. Concerning the new recruits, there are Trevor Pope who won his first WSOP bracelet WSOP on last week, by winning the victory of the Event # 2 of the WSOP 2013. Brandon Meyers who has finished 7th during the same tournament, has also reached the ranking. John Juanda, Kyle Julius, Daniel Kelly, David Vamplev and Darryll Fish also improved their positions in the classification. They won more than 20 places. As for players in full decline, it is important to quote particularly Jake Cody who has lost 41 points, Jason Somerville, Greg Mueller and Timothy West.
Thursday, 13 June 2013
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