Spain’s Adrian Mateos made himself through to the top ten of GPI Poker Ranking

By | September 19, 2016

spains-adrian-mateos-made-himself-through-to-the-top-ten-of-gpi-poker-rankingSpanish Adrian Mateos is at #10th spot of the Global Poker Index, world poker ranking. The latest world ranking of poker players describes that a German poker pro Fedor Holz is at top with total 4,838.07 GPI score. Holz is doing great work in World championship of online poker currently going on at PokerStars.

The player has played quality poker in last couple of years, and won numerous world poker tours and many other poker titles. There is no change in Holz position. He was at No#1 spot last week and of course is at #1 spot in this week as well.

Top 9 positions of the global poker Index world poker ranking are same as they were in previous week and there was no change in that result, but only Adrian Mateos, a Spanish poker champion got his seat booked to the tenth position in the same ranking.

A US based poker player Nick Petrangelo was at second position this week with total 4,494.03 GPI Points, Steve O’Dwyer of United States is at third place with total 4,339.03 GPI Points, whereas Jason Mercier of the United States is at fourth position with total 4,304 points.

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Fifth, sixth and seventh position of the Global poker Index for world poker ranking belongs to players from United States and they are Byron Kaverman, Connor Drinan and Anthony Zinno. They have 4,270.07, 4,215.89 and 4,044.62 points respectively.

David Peters and Bryn Kenney, bother from the America are at #8 and at #9th places with total 4,029.39 and 3,992.68 points.

Meanwhile the tenth spot of this prestigious weekly ranking list is for Spanish Adrian Mateos(3,876.73), who was at 11th position in the list, till last week but got an entry beating Rainer Kempe of Germany, who now at 17th spot.

Russian Igor Kurganov, who was at 24th spot last week, loses his momentum and down by 2 and this means he is out of top #25 Rankings