GPI: Jacob Schindler signs the best progress of the week
The Global Poker Index (GPI) has just received its last update of the week, on July 29th. In general, the ranking has undergone a few changes, particularly in its Top 10, while the rest of the classification has known some modifications with players who enter in the Top 300 and others who go out. This week, Jason Mercier, and his 3,235.74 points, keeps the head of the ranking, with 40 points more than those of Philipp Gruissem (3,194.41). Marvin Rettenmaier, Ole Schemion and Joseph Cheong conclude the Top 5. At the 6th place, we find Daniel Negreanu, followed by Michael Watson. Igor Kurganov rises in the Top 10 by collecting 3 places.
As he occupied the 11th place of the GPIs Top during last week, this week Kurganov surpassed Bertrand Grospellier, Stephen O'Dwyer and Andrew Lichtenberger. The Russian was remarkable in June, because he managed to play poker well, with a 6th place at the Main Event of the GuangDong Asia Millions Macau and a 11th place at the WSOP 2013 Event #52, the NLH - 6 Handed. Jacob Schindler signs the best progress of the week, as he got 54 places. He is at the 236eth place after a 290th position of the classification during last week, thanks to seven paid places at the WSOP 2013 and a beautiful 11th place at the Carnivale of Poker2013. Adam Levy knew a more difficult week. After a 224th place last week, the American gave up 62 places and finish 286th in the GPI.
Sunday, 04 August 2013
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