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(pokernews.com)- 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. Here’s a look at the rankings as of September 30, 2015.

2015 GPI Player of the Year

Rank Player GPI Score Change
1 Anthony Zinno 4461.20
2 Byron Kaverman 4292.41
3 Nicholas Petrangelo 4076.11
4 Dzmitry Urbanovich 3955.62
5 Connor Drinan 3771.11
6 Scott Seiver 3762.46
7 Jason Mercier 3751.99
8 Paul Volpe 3651.76
9 Joe Kuether 3473.30 +8
10 Stephen Chidwick 3473.17 -1

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Eight months down, four to go in 2015, and for the last three months-plus Anthony Zinno has enjoyed the lead in the 2015 Global Poker Index Player of the Year race. Another relatively quiet week on the tournament circuit meant little movement at the top again, with Zinno retaining the No. 1 position in the POY race for a 13th-straight week.
There was one newcomer in the GPI POY top 10 this week as Joe Kuether jumped up from No. 17 to No. 8 after having finished third in the $3,500 buy-in, 1,027-entry World Poker Tour Borgata Poker Open won by David Paredes.

GPI 300 Top 10

Rank Player GPI Score Change
1 Byron Kaverman 4257.36 +1
2 Jason Mercier 4200.41 -1
3 Anthony Zinno 4006.18
4 Scott Seiver 3920.19
5 Stephen Chidwick 3749.82 +2
6 Nicholas Petrangelo 3710.07 -1
7 Paul Volpe 3699.56 -1
8 Dominik Nitsche 3620.49
9 Martin Finger 3607.46
10 Bryn Kenney 3590.78 +1

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