GPI: Paul Volpe wins a place and remains the leader of the PoY 2013
Since a few weeks, Jason Mercier monopolizes the first place of the classification of the 300 best poker players from all over the world. We find the same players in the Top 10 of the Global Poker Index (GPI) except that some of them exchanged their place. It is the case of Bertrand Grospellier who gave his place to Paul Volpe, following to his remarkable performances at the World Series of Poker 2013, which are currently taking place at the Rio Casino of Las Vegas. Having taken part in four poker tournaments of the WSOP 2013, Paul Volpe pocketed a total earning of $ 36,797, with as best result an 8th place at the 2-7 Lowball (Event #43). The American remains in the head of the GPI Player Of the Year with 760.79 points before Steven Silverman, Ole Schemion, Daniel Negreanu and Igor Kurganov.
Behind Jason Mercier, we find again Philipp Gruissem, Daniel Negreanu, Michael Watson, Stephen O'Dwyer, Joseph Cheong and Marvin Rettenmaier who occupies the 7th place of the ranking, whose last update was realized on last June 24th. David Sands closes the Top 10 of the week, just ahead Ole Schemion (11th). Trevor Pope signed the best progress of the week by ending 128th, or a jump of 121 places compared with last week. On each of his appearances at this 44th edition of the WSOP, the American always finished in the paid places. He was rewarded with a bracelet and $ 553,906 for his victory at the No Limit Hold'em - 8 Handed (Event #2). Pope pocketed afterward $ 5,253 for his 48th place at the No Limit Hold'em - 4 Handed (Event #38) and $ 19,646 for a 13th place at the Pot Limit Omaha - 6 Handed (Event #41).
Friday, 28 June 2013
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