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   Sunday, April 14 2024 
Dan Smith stuck on the driver’s seat - Global Poker Index

As we all know, the GPI releases a weekly update of its list ranking the top 300 live tournament poker players in the world. Indeed, the Global Poker Index rankings of October 13 see USA’s Dan Smith sitting on the driver’s seat for a couple of weeks now. He is closely followed by Germany’s Ole Schemion. The other players who make up the GPI Top5 remain in the same place as last week: Daniel Negreanu stuck on third place, followed by Jason Mercier (4th) and Scott Seiver (5th). The GPI rankings dated October 13 is marked by the rise of Olivier Busquet rocketing to sixth place (+5) thanks to his fresh win in the 2014 UKIPT High Roller poker tournament.

Matias has Ruzzi made the largest leap this week with 294 spots won. He jumps from 502nd to 208th place. The other players included in the biggest movers’ panel are Agerskov Rasmus Larsen (+56), Richard Lyndaker (+55), Henrik Hecklen (+54), Joao Vieira (+53), Atanas Kavrakov (+52), İlkin Savalan Amirov (+52), Niall Farrell (+49), Roman Korenev (+45), Doug Polk (+41), Dominik Panka (+40), Hui Chen-Kuo (+37), Ludovic Geilich (+36) and Igor Kurganov (+36). On the other side of the bench, Jacob Bazeley (-81), Sergio Aido (-67), Corrie Wünstel (-56), Jeff Gross (-53), Yngve Steen (-41) Artur Koren (-39), Tom Hall (-36), Aku Joentausta (-32), Chris Dombrowski (-30), Bahbak Oboodi (-30), Ana Laura Marquez Esteban (-29), Benjamin Spindler (-28) Luck Kornuth (-28) and David Rheem (-22) experience a considerable drop.

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