Ole Schemion remains on top, Dan Smith 2nd - GPI POY race
The Top 10 of the current Global Poker Index Player Of the Year standing has experienced a bit of shake this week. While Ole Schemion secures the lead, Dan Smith is now back to 2nd position as he finished 4th-place at the $ 25,000 buy-in Aria High Roller IX event. As for the German poker pro Scott Seiver, he was shifted to 3rd. David Kitai is among the Top 10 greats, along with Byron Kaverman (10th) who keeps rolling it at the World Series of Poker (WSOP) for more cashes and points. The biggest mover of the week is Bryn Kenney. He has jumped over 3 spots to 6th position thanks to his runner-up finish in the $ 5,000 buy-in WSOP No-Limit Hold'em event.
Speaking of the Global Poker Index (GPI) Top 300 standing, 13 players have come up with impressive moves this week. Merson Greg has made the highest leap upward with 180 spots. He is now ranked 290th on the overall standings. Recall that Greg Merson finished 4th place in the $ 5,000 WSOP No-Limit Hold'em event, and a 35th-place finish in the $ 1,000 Hyper No-Limit Hold'em battle. Nam Le, Robert Mizrachi, Leo Wolpert and Corey Hochman are also part of the Biggest Movers. They actually jump over 100 spots. Both the GPI POY and the Top 300 rankings are likely to undergo significant change next week as verdicts from the 2015 WSOP poker tournaments will be in soon.
Friday, 05 June 2015
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