Scott Seiver no longer listed in the Top 10 - Global Poker Index
The Global Poker Index (GPI) rankings evolve with the rhythms of the ongoing 2015 World Series of Poker (WSOP) festival. Last week, the GPIs Top 10 experienced noticeable quake. While Dan Smith secures the drivers seat, Scott Seiver and Ole Schemion were whipped out of the podium. Germany-based poker pro Schemion is currently ranked 5th as he failed to win in the WSOP. As for Seiver, the 2 ITM places he claimed early this month were not sufficient. Hence, he plummeted down from the Top 10 to 11th position. Occupying the 2nd position is Byron Kaverman who currently delivered a stunning performance in the poker tournament $ 10,000 buy-in Six-Handed, along with 2 other ITM places. He has jumped over 8 seats. Stephen Chidwick rounds out the Top 3 by leaping over 4 spots thanks to his 5 ITM and a Runner-up place in the $ 10,000 buy-in Stud Hi-Lo. Sorel Mizzi also saw himself dropped down from the Top 10 to be in the 13th position. By cons, Jason Mercier and Paul Volpe have improved their position.
Speaking of the GPIs Player of The Year race, Connor Drinan is leading the way with 3,406.16 points. Trailing behind him are Dzimitry Urbanovitch and Scott Seiver, who are respectively ranked second and third. The two leaders in the Top 10, Byron Kaverman and Stephen Chidwick, have enjoyed an impressive leap. As for those who represent France in the GPI standings, Benjamin Pollak remains the leader. He is now ranked 29th. Ewann Pecheux and Sylvain Loosli are part of those completing the Top 100.
Monday, 29 June 2015
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