Global Poker Index World Series Player of the Year Race is On

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World Series Player of the Year comes back to the topic whenever there is a World Poker Series. The WSOP event isn’t the conclusion of the World Series Player; in fact the Global Poker Index has its own race for the World Series Player of the year. Well, with very little time left in the year for Poker Actions and many events currently going, many would hope to score big to become the GPI player of the year. So, who would add the feather in the cap? Well, first let’s have a look at the current leaderboard.

POY Score

  • 1st
    Kahle Burns
  • 2nd
    Sean Winter
  • 3rd
    Bryn Kenney
  • 4th
    Stephen Chidwick
  • 5th
    Manig Loeser
  • 6th
    Rainer Kempe
  • 7th
    Anthony Zinno
  • 8th
    Sam Greenwood
  • 9th
    Shannon Shorr
  • 10th
    Joseph Cheong

The GPI uses a complex form of the formula for the poker players. The formula is based on the six months period of poker players. GPI Player of the year race is generally calculated by considering the 13 best results of the players in the previous 12 months period of time.
Currently, Sean Winter and Kahle Burns are running for the top position. The gap between the two players is only 18 and anyone would expect it to change. Both the players were part of the Baha Mar Resort and the recent Caribbean Poker party.

The top 5 players in the GPI ranking are filled with the best players. Manig Loeser is now at 5th place and has four weeks to close the 166 points gap. Stephen Chidwick is in the 4th position and needs only 100 points to reach the top. Bryn Kenney has an even greater chance to take the crown with only 30 points gap from the top slot. He is also the all-time money list leader, which he took the last year.

There are two main events that can make things change for the players. The EPT Prague Main Event and High Rollers are going to be very significant.

It would be interesting to see how the players are closing the gap for the GPI title.
There is a different Global Poker Index ranking which does not include the top 13 performances. Even though the ranking isn’t impacting GPI Player of the year, but still it has huge significance.

Here is the GPI index


  • 1
    Stephen Chidwick
  • 2
    Alex Foxen
  • 3
    Anthony Zinno
  • 4
    Sean Winter
  • 5
    Manig Loeser
  • 6
    Joseph Cheong
  • 7
    Rainer Kempe
  • 8
    Jeremy Ausmus
  • 9
    Danny Tang
  • 10
    Kristen Bicknell


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