Top-10 GPI Leaderboard for 2018 includes two poker players from Eastern Europe

The GPI is a leaderboard index that ranks the best poker players all over the world according to their live poker results. American Alex Foxen topped GPI leaderboard for 2018. Foxen became the only player in 2018 to score more than 4,000 points in the Global Poker Index.

The poker pros who made it into the top-10 ranking include Nikita Bodyakovski from Belarus and Pavel Plesuv from Moldova. Nikita had a successful 2018 and was able to gain the 9th place in the ranking with a score of 3253.02 points. Pavel Plesuv with 3251.8 points is the 10th.

Vladimir Troyanovskiy is the best Russian player according to the GPI Leaderboard. He has got the 50th position (2615.56 points). Russian Anatoly Filatov was also in the list of the 100 best players in the world, who scored 2426.05 points and took 77th place. The best Ukrainian player was Igor Yaroshevsky, placed on the 120th line of the rating.

Leaderboard for Europe

GPI Europe Player Country Score
#9 #4 Nikita “Mikita” Bodyakovskiy  Belarus 3,253.02 pts
#10 #5 Pavel Plesuv  Moldova 3,251.80 pts
#50 #19 Vladimir Troyanovskiy Russia 2,615.56 pts
#59 #26 Ognyan Dimov  Bulgaria 2,531.33 pts
#60 #27 Michal Mrakeš  Czech Republic 2,523.28 pts
#72 #30 Florian Duta  Romania 2,439.27 pts
#77 #32 Anatoly Filatov Russia 2,426.05 pts
#78 #33 Aleksandr Gofman  Russia 2,417.27 pts
#81 #35 Stoyan Obreshkov  Bulgaria 2,383.70 pts


Andriey Nabukhotnyi

Former editor-in-chief of Ukrainian specialized magazine catalogue Entertainment Industry. Andriey is E-Play's observer of Eastern European gambling market.

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