Daniel Colman leads the ranking, Martin Jacobson among the Top 10 - GPI
The Global Poker Index (GPI) receives each week an update of the top 300 best players in live poker around the world. The Top 10 of the GPI 300 has known a big change after the final table of the World Series of Poker (WSOP), which ended last week with the victory of Martin Jacobson. If the Top 5 has not changed with Dan Smith who is still well ahead during twelve weeks now, followed by Jason Mercier, Scott Seiver, Davidi Kitai and Olivier Busquet, the rest of the top 10 rankings has some notable changes: Byron Kaverman (6th, + 2), Ole Schemion (7th, -1), Daniel Negreanu (8th, -1), Martin Jacobson (9th, +4) and Ami Barer (10th, +5).
After he has won the WSOP Main Event, Martin Jacobson has indeed moved up four places to meet up again in the 9th place as in April 2012. It is important to note that the other November Niner are far behind, but they register also an ascent in the ranking. This is the case of Dan Sindelar (455th, +7), Bruno Politano (545th, +8) and Jorryt van Hoof (573rd, + 9). Seven players are entering in the Top 300: Michael Tureniec, Tam Truong, Oleksandr Gnatenko Michael Linster, Giacomo Fundaro, James Calderaro and Aaron Lim; while many notable players of poker game have also lost significant places in the last week such as Igor Kurganov (-85), Paul Tedeschi (-60), Steven Silverman (-43), Zachary Korik (-46) and John Juanda (-46).
Tuesday, 18 November 2014
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