Dylan Wilkerson poker career has ensured he is well-paid

The Global Poker Index has been doing a commendable job in ranking players at the global and national levels in the last few years.

Most players who make it to the 300-best release list are from the US, Canada and England. On the release list dated 26th February 2015, Dylan Wilkerson who is based in the US was ranked 70th, previously he occupied the 56th place and had 2546.19 points. The rankings disseminated by the GPI are highly imperative references that are used by sponsoring sites to pick the best from the multitude. Similarly, featuring in the list cements the reputation of the poker players as they are depicted as vibrant and determined. Wilkerson is not a new figure, he was first spotted at the WSOP in 2007 in a $1,500 NLHE where he finished 25th to walk away with $18,644.

He reappeared in the 2010 World Series of Poker $1,500 NLHE Event #30 where he placed 60th to take home $7,821 and later in the WSOP’s circuit event Regional Championship in Rincon finishing 8th to get $30,397.

In 2011, he played at the WSOP/E €3,200 NLHE Event #4 where he was 11th and wrung out €6,913, the WSOPs’ $1,000 NLHE Event #54 placing 401st to garner $2,059, the $5,000 Triple Chance NLHE emerging 16th to get $31,679, and lastly in the $1,000 NLHE finishing 128th to net $2,971. He was later to be seen in the 2012 WSOP events, cashing for a 264th and 204th place while in the $1,500 NLHE Event II, he was ranked 83rd to shovel in $4,538. From the foregoing, he concentrates on the WSOP, in 2014 he plunged into the World Series of Poker Asia Pacific where he finished 26th to get 3,305 AUD.

Other tournaments were WSOP’s, including the $1,111 Little One for One Drop scoring 220th finish for $2,630, the $3,000 PLO High-Low placing 3rd for $122,427 and later in the $1,500 PLO High-Low where he final tabled for the 9th finish to get $19,305.

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