Christopher “NigDawG” Brammer Still Tops The UK & Ireland Online Rankings
Christopher “NigDawG” Brammer is still the man to catch at the top of the UK & Ireland online poker tournament rankings after he managed to hold off the challenge from Marc “dean23price” Wright for another week.
Although Brammer didn’t help himself to any huge scores over the past seven days, he did manage to reach the final table – busting in sixth place – in the €300 buy-in Sunday High Roller on the French PokerStars site. This netted Brammer $3,685 and almost 100 ranking points.
Second placed Wright kept up his amazing volume, which lead to a staggering 42 cashes in the past seven days! Although Wright could not quite muster an outright win this week, he did reach a total of five final tables including a runner-up finish in the $82 NLHE 6-Max Hyper Turbo for $3,481.23. If Wright keeps up his current volume it is only a matter of time before he binks something huge and reclaims the top spot in the standings.
Chris “moorman1” Moorman moved up three places from seventh to fourth after a couple of dozen cashes, including a fourth place in the $109 No Limit Hold’em 1R1A Turbo on PokerStars for $4,998.00 and a victory in one of the $82 NLHE 6-Max Hyper Turbos for $4,404.53 gave his bankroll and his points tally a boost.
Rounding out the top 10 places are Ross “RLOG” Loggie (3rd), Mathew “matfrankland” Frankland (5th), Sam “TheSquid” Grafton (6th), Rick “TheClaimeer” Trigg (7th), the only Irishman in the top 10 Nelius “danceofthefdead” Foley (8th), David “davidv1213” Vamplew who returned to the fray this week in ninth and Rhys “floppinhel” Jones.
|1||Chris “NigDawG” Brammer||6535.43|
|2||Marc “dean23price” Wright||6289.16|
|3||Ross “RLOG” Loggie||5872.66|
|4||Chris “moorman1” Moorman||5676.67|
|5||Mat “matfrankland” Frankland||5621.30|
|6||Sam “The Squid” Grafton||5600.99|
|7||Rick “TheClaimeer” Trigg||5407.27|
|8||Nelius “danceofthefdead” Foley||5369.47|
|9||David “davidv1213” Vamplew||5300.62|
|10||Rhys “floppinhel” Jones||5255.27|
Statistics from Pocketfives.com were sued to create this article