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Phil Hellmuth is back in the league - Global Poker Index

As expected, the Global Poker Index Top 300 ranking has undergone significant change following game results from the ongoing World Series of Poker (WSOP) festival. In the Top 10, Pratyush Buddiga’s surge to 9th position thanks to his 48th-place finish in the $ 1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em Shootout is the most notable move this week. He jumped up 3 spots. Dario Sammartino also enjoyed a fairly modest upward move with his 8th position. In any case, Poker Brat’s come-back in the Top 300 is also worth a praise. In fact, Phil Hellmuth aka Poker Brat has just made another milestone performance by winning his 14th WSOP bracelet in the Event # 17, a $ 10,000 buy-in Razz poker tournament. Accordingly, Phil Hellmuth is now listed 182th on the overall ranking with his 1,961.05 points.



17 other poker pros also won big last week. That pack includes Shaun Deeb who owes his rise to a 1st place finish in the Event # 15, the $ 10,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Hold'em Championship, along with a 9th-place finish in the Razz Championship. Speaking of the biggest losers of the week, France’s Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier is atop the list. He has lost 76 spots in the ranking. . He actually needs to grab some wins if he still wants to improve his position. May we remind you that Bertrand’s latest feats dated back a couple of months ago, in the PCA played in the Bahamas. For sure, the upcoming WSOP results will shake the overall rankings up.

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