GPI Player of the Year
There is not a single change from what we have seen in the list of top ten of Global Poker Index (GPI) Player of the Year. Paul Volpe is still holding his number one position and this week he added some points to his last week’s score by finishing eighth in $10,000 2-7 Lowball event at World Series of Poker (WSOP). The prize money ($22,399) which Volpe won in this event is his highest WSOP career winning. Steven Silverman is still at number two position and Ole Schemion is rounding up the top three of Top Ten.
Top Ten of GPI Player of the Year
Erick Lindgren, who won the $5,000 No Limit Hold’em Six Handed Event and received get a payday of $606,317 in WSOP 2013 has made a huge leap of 31 places and is on 15th place in GPI Player of the Year race. Jason Mercier has slipped from his 12th place to 13th this week.
David Peters has managed to hold on to his number ten place this week. Peters has catapulted himself for 151 places few weeks ago.
GPI Top 300 Player of the Week
Jason Mercier continues to lead the top 300 players for one more week. He maintained his good run and no other player performed miraculously to replace Mercier from the top spot. There is just a little movement at the bottom of top ten without any new player breaking into it. Philipp Gruissem, Daniel Negreanu, Mike Watson and Steve O’Dwyer are the top five as they were last week.
GPI Top 300’s Top Ten Player
The only change in the top ten list of Player of the week happened for eighth position. Paul Volpe has climbed one place to snatch number eight position from Bertrand Grospellier. As a result the later has slipped to ninth place.
There is a big disappointment for poker lovers as poker’s Tiger Wood, Phil Ivey continued to fall. Last week he has slipped 56 places. Ivey has failed to create any magic in the ongoing WSOP.