GPI’s most current upgrade saw Colorado-based poker pro Pratyush Buddiga going back to leading 20 of the leaderboard. The player is presently taking 15th place with 3,437.93 points gathered considering that January. He is likewise 111th in the GPI Player of the Year ranking with 1,847.12 points.
Over the previous 2 years, Buddiga has actually attained rather a lot worldwide of poker. The poker pro discovered playing the game in high school however began taking his poker profession more seriously while in college. At the age of 26, Buddiga has actually gathered $3,965,418 in live tournament profits and has actually appeared at the tables of a few of the world’s most prominent poker events.
The player’s cash history go back to June 2010 however his very first significant accomplishment came a bit later on. In 2012, he completed 8th in the EPT Season 8 Berlin EUR5,300 No-Limit Hold ’em Main Event for a payment of EUR72,000 ($94,127).
One year later on, Buddiga moneyed in the GuangDong Asia Millions Macau HK$ 1,000,000 No-Limit Hold ’em Main Event. He completed 8th there to gather an overall of HK$ 6,000,000 ($772,8700). In 2014, he topped the field of the 2014 Fallsview Poker Classic C$ 2,500 No-Limit Hold ’em and scooped C$ 243,714 ($222,172) for his accomplishment.
A Third place in the APPT 2014 Asia Championship of Poker HK$ 500,000 Super High Roller protected him with HK$ 6,550,000 ($844,571)– his finest live cash up until now. In December 2014, Buddiga won an Aria $25,000 No-Limit Hold ’em High Roller for $543,683.
In 2015, the Colorado local moneyed in an overall of 9 events. He emerged triumphant in an EPT Season 11 Malta No-Limit Hold ’em event for EUR65,650 ($71,380), completed 7th in the PCA $10,000 Main Event for a payment of $203,420, and gathered A$ 335,000 ($270,967) for completing Third in the 2015 Aussie Millions Poker Championship A$ 25,000 No-Limit Hold ’em Difficulty.
Jason Mercier is yet once more at the top of the Global Poker Index leaderboard after its most current upgrade. Mercier is followed by Byron Kaverman with an overall of 4,075.59 points and Anthony Zinno with 4,006.18 points.
GPI’s most current upgrade saw Colorado-based poker pro Pratyush Buddiga returning to leading 20 of the leaderboard. The poker pro discovered playing the game in high school however began taking his poker profession more seriously while in college. Last year, he topped the field of the 2014 Fallsview Poker Classic C$ 2,500 No-Limit Hold ’em and scooped C$ 243,714 ($222,172) for his victory.