• July 24, 2021

Poker News: Daniel Colman Grabs Player of the Year Lead

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Each week, the Global Poker Index releases a list of the top 300 tournament poker players in the world using a formula that takes into account a player’s results over six half-year periods. The GPI also ranks the top performers of the year over two six-month periods as calculated by the USA Today Global Poker Index point system.
There is a new leader atop the 2014 Global Poker Index Player of the Year race as we enter the last two months of the year. Daniel Colman has finally ended the nine-week reign of Dan Smith to take over the top spot in the POY standings. A seventh-place finish for Colman in the HK$500,000 buy-in Asia Championship of Poker Super High Roller earned him the needed points to pass Smith this week.
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Colman earned 321.14 GPI points for finishing seventh in the 52-entry event won by Steve O’Dwyer. He also picked up another big payday of HK$2,900,000, worth about $373,932 USD. That ups Colman’s total live tournament earnings for 2014 to nearly $22.4 million.
Colman currently ranks third on the the all-time money list with $22,894,190 behind recent Poker Hall of Fame inductee Daniel Negreanu ($29,796,381) and Antonio Esfandiari ($26,252,746).
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2014 GPI Player of the Year

Rank Player GPI Score Change
1 Daniel Colman 4141.91 +1
2 Dan Smith 3839.04 -1
3 Davidi Kitai 3653.96 +3
4 Mustapha Kanit 3567.62 -1
5 Jason Mercier 3545.77 -1
6 Ami Barer 3516.83 +6
7 Scott Seiver 3480.86 -2
8 Ole Schemion 3395.94 -1
9 Jacob Schindler 3384.02 -1
10 Keven Stammen 3278.36 -1

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