GPI: Shannon Shorr leaves the Top 20, Samuel Stein's rise
With the end of the Main Event of the World Series of Poker 2013, which is waiting for its final table planned for next November 4th, the Global Poker Index could register a great change. But before the last updates at the end of this main event of the 44th edition of the WSOP, the GPI ranking remains unchanged, especially in its Top 10. Jason Mercier remains at the head of the classification with 3,232.91 points. He outstrips of short Philipp Gruissem who counted 3,194.42 points. In the rest of the ranking, we find again Michael Watson, Joseph Cheong, Marvin Guido Rettenmaier, Daniel Negreanu, Stephen ODwyer, Bertrand « ElkY » Grospellier, Andrew Lichtenberger and Ole Schemion. Changes were visible in the Top 20, from the 17th place. David Sands kept his 11th place of last week, just as Igor Kurganov (12th), Paul Volpe (13th), Bryn Kenney (14th), Justin Bonomo (15th) and Chris Klodnicki (16th). Shannon Shorr falls at the 21th place and leaves the last four places of the Top 20 to Daniel Shak, Dan Smith, Micah Raskin and Sorel Mizzi.
Samuel Stein signed one of the best progresses of the week, by winning 30 places in the top of the classification of those who know the most how to play poker. The American rises at the 61st place of the ranking, just before his compatriot Faraz Jaka. After as second place at the Card Player Poker Tour 2013 in Las Vegas, Samuel Stein won the WPT World Championship of Las Vegas. At the WSOP, he couldnt do better than a 23rd place, but found his bearings during the Hollywood Poker Open, with a well deserved 5th place.
Friday, 19 July 2013
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