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UK & Ireland Online Poker Rankings: OLDWOLF133 Climbs 78 Places

UK & Ireland Online Poker Rankings
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  • Check out the latest online poker rankings where OLDWOLF133 climbed 78 places in the UK standings.

The first six places in the United Kingdom’s online poker rankings, supplied by PokerWinners, remain the same as last week’s report, but there’s been a reshuffle in the middle of the pack with “Ckb” climbing from 12th to seventh place.

“CKB” has some excellent results at 888poker and he kept up his recent good form there last week by narrowly missing out on the final table of the $250,000 Super XL Whale where he crashed out in 11th place for a $3,627 score. Earlier in the week, “Ckb” finished third in the $15,000 Monsoon at 888poker for a $1,656 addition to their bankroll.

Also on the rise this week is David “Clarkson7” Clarkson, up from 15th to 10th place on the back of his impressive victory in the PokerStars Hot $22. The $10,670 Clarkson won for this latest win was his 12th five-figure score of his career.

By far the biggest jump in the rankings this week was by “OLDWOLF133” who soared from 93rd place to 15th place. The main reason for their meteoric rise was their runner-up finish in the PokerStars $2,100 WCOOP edition of the Sunday Million that netted them a massive $298,793.34, which took their lifetime winnings past $700,000.

United Kingdom Top 20 Online Poker Tournament Players

RankPlayerPoints
1Owain “Sngwonder” Carey9,066
2Jamie “Bozaaaaa” O’Connor8,645
3Charlie “Epiphany77” Carrel7,236
4Phil “PhilRoyal888” Mighall6,979
5Sergio “Zcedrick” Aido6,436
6Conor “1_conor_b_1” Beresford6,333
7“Ckb”6,232
8Daniel “lucky_scrote” Carter6,143
9Rob “pocarr” Tinnion6,124
10David “Clarkson7” Clarkson6,120
11Tom “Jabracada” Hall5,940
12Michael “chips11” Kossov5,926
13Stephen “stevie444” Chidwick5,915
14“Keiruja”5,781
15“OLDWOLF133”5,713
16Chris “Moorman1” Moorman5,608
17Simon “Amatay” Jones5,387
18“FouEnculePL”5,372
19Christopher “NigDawG” Brammer5,354
20Rhys “floppinhel” Jones5,171

Topping the Irish top 20 in regards to online poker tournaments is Dan “NukeTheFish” Wilson with 7,193 points, who has a substantial 759 point lead over second-placed Kevin “SuitedAcesBaby” Killeen. Wilson extended his lead at the top thanks in part to a third-place finish in the PokerStars $55 Sunday Stack worth $6,119.

The first five places on the Irish leader board are occupied by the player known simply as “myleftfoot,” Ireland-based Lithuanian Tomas “luckymo32” Geleziunas, and Gavin “ChucksSister” Keane.

Keane’s high ranking is made even more impressive by the fact he mostly plays low stakes tournaments at PokerStars, proving if you’re a consistent winner lower down the food chain you can still make some decent money and a name for yourself. In fact Keane is ranked second in Ireland, by PokerWinners, behind Geleziunas, for low stakes tournaments.

Ireland Top 20 Online Poker Tournament Players

RankPlayerPoints
1Dan “NukeTheFish” Wilson7,193
2Kevin “SuitedAcesBaby” Killeen6,434
3“myleftfoot”4,462
4Tomas “luckymo32” Geleziunas4,192
5Gavin “ChucksSister” Keane4,091
6“clancywigam”3,465
7“LordZeus11”3,387
8James “deyrzuited” Noonan3,224
9David “Sniper” McAndrew2,969
10Nicholas “YerSoLucky” Newport2,931
11“atswimto”2,905
12Frank “Denman98” Lillis2,838
13“lippyagain”2,754
14David “RektM8” Scully2,635
15Conor “ccoonnoorr” O’Driscoll2,556
16Michael “BIGMICKG” Graydon2,518
17Toby “sadface11” Joyce2,441
18“rtspurs”2,369
19Kamal “AceOfShamrocks” Singh2,207
20Daragh “Daragh999” Davey2,132

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