Global Poker Index ratings

As per the latest global poker index, Bryn Kenney has the lead in both overall as well as POY ratings.


His rankings have moved up to the number one position for GPI overall ratings as well as in the race of being 2017 Player of the Year. After success at the PokerStars Barcelona championship event, Bart Lybaert, Stephen Chidwick and Bryn Kenney have gained high positions in the overall rankings. The Global Poker Index is released every week and it showcases the current top poker players in live tournaments. For the rankings the results of players are considered over half year periods taken consecutively six times.

The entire list comes on the GPI official website and the rankings can be found in the last publication that was done on August 23rd. Bryn Kenney gained the title of Player of the Year for the 2017 Global Poker Index for the first half of 2017; this has come about since he remained at the top for 21 weeks consecutively; Nick Petrangelo took the lead in July however, and Dario Sammartino then moved on to claim the number one spot which he has maintained for the past five weeks. Continue reading “Global Poker Index ratings”

Lesniak Announces To Fight Governor Election

Sen. Ray Lesniak filed a paperwork at New Jersey State Election Law Enforcement Commission to fight election for the post of Governor. Mr. Lesniak is the man who made all the effort for the legalization of online poker in New Jersey’s 2013.


According to NJ.com reports, Ray said, he is willing to replace outgoing Governor Chris Christie.

Mr. Lesniak said “This is a difficult battle, but I am not going to leave it, I believe that support of the people is with me, the recent election has shown that, one can go directly to the people and ask for vote if they have good reason to stand for.” Mr. Lesiak has not the only one contesting this election, but there are more than 12 people have filled the paper to contest the election of governor. Continue reading “Lesniak Announces To Fight Governor Election”

Golden Gates Casino: Regional Champ Bobby Sanoubane gets the lead on Day 1C

Mid-States Poker Tour Golden Gates Casinos starting flight drew in two-hundred-twenty-three entrants to Black Hawk in Colorado.

With Day 1A’s 126 as well as 1B’s 161, that contributed the total field up to five-hundred-ten entries  a brand new record for the stop  and produced a US$ 494700 prize pool that absolutely blotted out the US$ 200000 guarantee.
After sixteen levels of play, only forty players bagged chips with Bobby Sanoubane, Colorado guiding the way with 466000, ahead of both Day 1B chip leader Derek McMaster with 450000 and Day 1A’s leader Ross Reichert with 357500.
Back in week, Golden Gates Casino arranged a $360 buy-in US$ 100000 guaranteed MSPT Regional event that drew in 770 players. Sanoubane, who fired 4 bullets in Main Event, took down that event for US$ 33000 after a 6-way chop. If there is such a thing as home field vantage in poker, Sanoubane owns it this time.

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