2021 Card Player Player of the season Race Update — Ankush Mandavia Joins Top Five

Two months seem to be within the rearview mirror within the 2021 Card Player Player of the season competition, and lots of big occasions have actually covered up in present days that made positively a direct impact close to the the surface of the POY leaderboard. Let me reveal a review of the players whom made the greatest techniques throughout the of February in the race standings, which are sponsored by Global Poker.

Fernando Rodriguez-Vazquez2nd month Place – Fernando Rodriguez-Vazquez (1,488 points)Newark, Delaware’s Fernando Rodriguez-Vazquez has already made five tables that are final simply initial 8 weeks of 2021, winning three games as you go along. Rodriguez-Vazquez has made lots of cashes across a few gambling enterprises in Florida, with $283,293 in year-to-date profits as a consequence of their consistency that is impressive on felt. The largest of those scores saw him defeat a field of 3,004 entries in a $600 buy-in hold’em that is no-limit at the Lucky Hearts Poker Open to make $205,000 and 600 POY

points.His newest POY-qualified rating had been a runner-up finish in a $400 buy-in event during the Tampa Poker Classic series in late February. He put 2nd from a field of 411 entries, making 240 points and $12,932. Because of this, he exceeded Robel Andemichael to go into 2nd invest the 2021 POY

competition standings.

Ankush Mandavia4th Spot – Ankush Mandavia (1,260 points)World variety of Poker bracelet champion Ankush Mandavia included another major name to their application in belated February by topping a field of 652 entries to win the 2021 Card Player Poker Tour Venetian $2,500 buy-in no-limit hold’em event that is main. Mandavia earned $260,000 and 1,260 POY points as the champion after striking a heads-up deal with Anselmo Villarreal. This was his first cash of the year, but it alone was enough to propel him up the leaderboard and into fourth place in the POY

rankings.Villarreal took home $253,441 and 1,050 POY points as the runner-up finisher. This was his second POY

-qualified final table of the year, having cashed in a $300 survivor that is buy-in just days earlier for $2,500 and 37 points. He now occupies the spot that is sixth-place the rankings as a result.Mandavia and Villareal were far from the only players to make moves near the top of the standings as a result of this event that is massive. Third-place finisher Tim Capretta climbed to 12th accepted place with $132,030 earned and 840 points accrued. Three-time bracelet winner Kristen Bicknell jumped to place that is 27th the POY competition as a consequence of her fourth-place showing in this occasion for $90,954 and 630 points. She had been accompanied during the table that is final her boyfriend Alex Foxen, who placed sixth for $45,477 and 420 points. This was the WPT

champion’s second final table of the year, and he now sits just one place behind Bicknell in 28th place as a result.

Johnny Oshana9th Place – Johnny Oshana (944 points)The $1,100 buy-in no-limit hold’em Mid-States Poker Tour Poker Bowl

event ran from Feb. 4-6 at Venetian Las Vegas, with the final day action coinciding with professional football’s game that is big. The tournament attracted 908 entries across two beginning routes to construct a prize that is final of $880,760.The lion’s share of that money was awarded to eventual champion Johnny Oshana. The San Jose, California resident earned $130,000 and 912 POY points for the win, climbing into ninth place in the overall POY race standings as a result. This was his second POY

-qualified final table finish of the year, having placed sixth in a $600 buy-in event in January for $1,868 and 32 points.WPT main event winner Jordan Cristos finished second in the event, cashing for $119,232 to bring his lifetime tournament earnings to $3,069,772. This was his first final-table finish of the year, but it alone was enough to see him move into 19th place on the POY

leaderboard for the time being.

James Kerr10th Place (Tied) – James Kerr (912 points)James Kerr secured the score that is largest of their job since the champ regarding the Tampa Poker Classic $1,700 buy-in no-limit hold’em main occasion. The competition received a field of 959 entries, with Kerr making $228,038 and 912 POY points due to the fact champ after striking a deal during three-handed play. This is their very first POY-qualified score of the season, nonetheless it stuffed an adequate amount of a punch to see him transfer to a tie with WPTDeepStacks Venetian

champ Sung Joo Hyun for tenth invest the standings.Alexandru Ivan received $197,172 and 760 points since the second-place finisher to participate the utmost effective twenty, landing in a tie with Jordan Cristos for nineteenth invest the standings. Third-place finisher Kyrylo Kobzyev had been granted $166,915 and 608 points for their 2nd POY

-qualified last dining table of the season. He now occupies the spot that is 15th-place the rankings with 832 total points and year-to-date earnings of $185,065.

Tuan Mai17th Place (Tied) – Tuan Mai (800 points)Tuan Mai has made six POY-qualified final tables so far this year, with five of the six scores coming in series at Venetian Las Vegas. He has accumulated $91,832 and 800 POY

points along the way, enough to see him move into a tie for 17th place in the overall standings.The January two largest scores of Mai’s run came in a pair of runner-up finishes made just days apart in late. He first finished next from a field of 454 entries in a $400 MonsterStack that is buy-in event the DeepStack Showdown

series, earning $25,500 and 240 points. Three days later he managed another showing that is second-place navigating a field of 298 entries in a $600 buy-in during the exact same show to incorporate another $26,386 and 190 points.Mai guaranteed their sixth table that is final February throughout the DeepStack Extravaganza

series, putting third in a $400 buy-in event for $7,559 and 77 points to help expand secure their destination within the top twenty.Here is a review of the present top 20 within the 2021 POY

battle standings: Rank PlayerPOY Points 2021 Titles 2021 Final Tables
Year-to-Date Earnings 1 Ilyas Muradi 1,620 1 1
$620,000 2 Fernando Rodriguez-Vazquez 1,488 3 5
$283,293 3 Robel Andemichael 1,350 0 1
$545,500 4 Ankush Mandavia 1,260 1 1
$260,000 5 Scott Stewart 1,120 1 2
$199,167 6 Anselmo Villarreal 1,087 1 2
$255,941 7 Ronnie Bardah 1,080 0 1
$566,135 8 James Carroll 960 1 1
$180,850 9 Johnny Oshana 944 1 2
$131,868 10 Sung Joo Hyun 912 1 1
$208,335 10 James Kerr 912 1 1
$228,038 12 Timothy Capretta 840 0 1
$132,030 12 Chad Eveslage 840 1 1
$101,572 14 Nicholas Pupillo 833 1 3
$85,734 15 Kyrylo Kobzyev 832 0 2
$185,065 16 Francis Margaglione 810 0 1
$293,510 17 Tuan Mai 800 0 6
$91,832 17 William Chao 800 0 1
$135,277 19 Jordan Cristos 760 0 1
$119,232 19 Alexandru Ivan 760 0 1

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to look at the entire standings within the 2021 Player of the season competition.(*)

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