Global Poker Index: Kenney, Petrangelo Keep Setting Pace – PokerNews.com

Each week, the Global Poker Index releases a list of the top tournament poker players in the world using a formula that takes into account a player’s results over six half-year periods. For a look at the entire list, visit the official GPI website. Here’s a look at the rankings as of April 19.

2017 GPI Player of the Year Rank Player GPI Score Change 1 Bryn Kenney 2487.70 – 2 Ari Engel 2032.65 – 3 Mustapha Kanit 1970.27 – 4 Sergio Aido 1933.22 – 5 Byron Kaverman 1828.69 – 6 Manig Loeser 1752.38 – 7 Nick Petrangelo 1642.51 – 8 Koray Aldemir 1631.78 – 9 Anthony Spinella 1502.72 +1 10 Darryll Fish 1475.40 +1

There was no movement at all among the top eight spots in the 2017 Global Poker Index Player of the Year race since the last update, with Bryn Kenney continuing as leader for an 11th week in a row. Meanwhile Anthony Spinella inched up a spot to No. 9 and Darryll Fish did the same to move up to No. 10.

Looking down the POY list for more dramatic moves to report, Josias Santos went from No. 41 to No. 22 this week after picking up a couple of cashes at the ongoing World Series of Poker Circuit Cherokee series in North Carolina. And Mimi Luu jumped all of the way from No. 116 to No. 38 after her victory in the WPTDeepStacks Lincoln Main Event in California.

GPI 300 Top 10 Rank Player GPI Score Change 1 Nick Petrangelo 3601.58 – 2 David Peters 3427.78 – 3 Justin Bonomo 3324.11 – 4 Bryn Kenney 3254.18 – 5 Fedor Holz 3188.36 – 6 Rainer Kempe 3135.23 – 7 Steve O’Dwyer 3092.64 – 8 Adrian Mateos 3061.21 +1 9 Dan Smith 3059.25 +2 10

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