Global Poker Index: Alex Foxen Still Tops Player of the Year, Overall –

December 06, 2018


Alex Foxen still No. 1 in both @GPI 2018 POY race and the overall rankings, O’Dwyer trending upward.

With December to go, Alex Foxen leads 2018 @GPI POY race; Peters, Bonomo, Chidwick in chase pack.

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. Below we look at the 2018 Player of the Year and overall GPI rankings as of December 5.

2018 GPI Player of the Year Rank Player 2018 GPI POY Score 1 Alex Foxen 3836.72 2 David Peters 3776.97 3 Justin Bonomo 3763.02 4 Stephen Chidwick 3691.67 5 Jake Schindler 3625.15 6 Steve O’Dwyer 3531.55 7 Adrian Mateos 3412.43 8 Shaun Deeb 3346.66 9 Benjamin Pollak 3313.33 10 Ryan Riess 3284.31

A month ago we were reporting how Alex Foxen had moved up into the lead in the 2018 Global Poker Index Player of the Year race, and with just December left to go he continues to hold onto the No. 1 spot where he has now been for the last eight weeks.

Foxen grabbed the lead from Stephen Chidwick who has led the POY race on three different occasions this year for a total of 22 weeks. Chidwick has slipped to No. 4 now, as both David Peters (No. 2) and Justin Bonomo (No. 3) edged ahead of him over the last month.

Peters had seven cashes and a couple of wins in November — a $100,000 Super High Roller at the ARIA and a $5K event at the Seminole Hard Rock ‘N’ Roll Poker Open. Meanwhile Bonomo

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