After the greater part of the progress a week back going after the culmination of the PokerStars and Monte-Carlo®Casino EPT Grand Final celebration, things developed for the current week Global Poker Index Player of the Year event — however not for lengthy as the 2015 World Series of Poker kept happening in less than 7 days!
Dzmitry Urbanovich held the first place for a ninth-straight week. Steve O’Dwyer along with Joe Kuether exchanged spots amidst the Top 10. Furthermore, Sorel Mizzi bounced up four spots to stick together again with the POY Top 10 subsequent to completing 10th in the 2015 World Poker Tour Amsterdam Main Event which was won by Farid Yachou.
It was not an excited week as per the general Global Poker Index rankings also with no alteration in the midst of the Top seven seeing that Scott Seiver maintained his top-positioned in the tournament players on the planet for a fourth week operation. In the mean time, the score of Mizzi’s Amsterdam permitted him to climb an indent, with Pratyush Buddiga bumping upwards one spot also.
As the WSOP is nearing, so the general GPI rankings may be influenced in more than a few ways. Players performing admirably this summer in the event occurred at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino will obviously be include focuses, at the same time as the individuals who performed sound at the previous three WSOPs will observe the points they received for those victories diminish in worth because of the age factors of the positioning system.
Ryan Riess who is 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event champion is one of those prowling simply outside the rundown as he is at No. 303. At this moment, Jonathan Duhamel along with Martin Jacobson are the players who have secured their place in the GPI Top 300. Duhamel has stayed inside the main 30 players since August 2013, while, Jacobson was out of the main 50 players last time in June 2014.