Australian Online Poker Rankings Sees Middle Pack Reshuffled

Posted at 11:50 2013-06-10 by Matthew Pitt

The latest Australian online poker tournament rankings top 10 has the same 10 names as the last time PokerNetwork write about them, but the middle of the back has witnessed a reshuffle of its players.

The top three places are still frequented by the same thee players; Jonathan “xMONSTERxDONGx Karamalikis being the man to catch with Matt “mjw006” Wakeman in second and Nurlan “Nur1ck” Boobekov in third.

The largest jump came from Martin Kozlov who climbed from ninth place to fifth thanks to some impressive results at the virtual felt. In the past few weeks, Kozlov has helped himself to plenty of cash and that translates to a lot of leader board points too. A seventh place in the $215 Pot Limit Omaha tournament ($1,832) was followed up by a third place in the $215 No Limit Hold’em Heads-up High Roller ($13,134). Kozlov then had deep runs in PokerStars’ The Big $162 and their Sunday 500 before finishing fourth in the PartyPoker $20,000 guaranteed ($1,836).

Australian Online Poker Rankings Top 10

1Jonathan “xMONSTERxDONGx” Karamalikis6549.98
2Matt “mjw006” Wakeman6514.32
3Nurlan “Nur1ck” Boobekov5359.37
4Michael “WaGe N WaRz” Federsen5254.88
5Martin “Tiny_molester” Kozlov4703.57
6Dean “Deanuzz” Schneider4533.45
7Tom “tollgate” Grigg4449.68
8Andrew “FUZZBUNGLE” Hinrichsen4420.04
9Michael “m_hawk_1” Hawkins4382.54
10Stevan “random.chu” Chew4207.73

A special shoutout has to go to Nurlan “Nur1ck” Boobekov for his back-to-back wins on June 1 when he won the $8.80 rebuy and the $22 buy-in 1r1A both at PokerStars for combined score in excess of $13,500. Expect Boobekov to continue his climb up the rankings before the WSOP is over and done with.

Others to look out for include Michael “WaGe N WaRz” Federsen who contunes to put in some impressive results, while the likes of Alex “krasark” Givotovsky, Jim “Mr_BigQueso” Collopy, Alex “lunskey99” Lynskey and Jim “Supernova99” Bills are all just a couple of decent scores away from breaking back into the top 10 place.

Interesting times are ahead, that is for sure.

Data from PocketFives was used to create this artcle.

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