The fourth annual PokerGO Cup signified the first major series of the 2024 PokerGO Tour (PGT) season, and David Coleman remains the front-runner on top of the PGT Leaderboard with 937 PGT points after winning PokerGO Cup Event #6: $15,100 No-Limit Hold'em to add to his two PGT Kickoff event victories earlier in January.

Coleman also cashed in Event #2 and made a run in Event #8 as a top-three finish ensured he was crowned the PokerGO Cup champion. Unfortunately, Coleman was eliminated before the money. Kristen Foxen retains her spot in second overall on the PGT leaderboard after she finished eighth in Event #4 and second in Event #7. The biggest mover on the PGT leaderboard is PokerGO Cup champion Jonathan Little, who cashed in four events and won Event #3 for $229,500 and Event #8 for $453,750 to amass 549 PGT points. 

After winning PGT Kickoff Event #2 for $121,500, Dylan Weisman emerged victorious in PokerGO Cup Event #2 for $240,300. He sits in fourth on the PGT leaderboard with 505 PGT points ahead of David Peters, who won Event #1 for $141,525 and Event #7 for $315,500 to sit in fifth overall with 457 PGT points.

Sitting outside the Top 5 is Aram Zobian, who has cashed four times to start the season, while Justin Zaki is in seventh overall, having won Event #5 for $232,400 and finishing runner-up to Little in Event #8. Stephen Chidwick, Seth Davies, and Daniel Negreanu round out the Top 10 on the PGT leaderboard after the first 13 events of the 2024 PGT season.

PGT Leaderboard Top 10 Through PokerGO Cup

Rank Player PGT Points Wins Cashes Winnings
1st David Coleman 937 3 6 $641,700
2nd Kristen Foxen 666 1 4 $451,425
3rd Jonathan Little 549 2 4 $730,350
4th Dylan Weisman 505 2 3 $372,750
5th David Peters 457 2 2 $456,525
6th Aram Zobian 432 0 4 $304,050
7th Justin Zaki 405 1 2 $521,150
8th Stephen Chidwick 284 0 3 $250,025
9th Seth Davies 277 0 3 $321,050
10th Daniel Negreanu 269 0 3 $163,900

Leaderboard standings as of Monday, February 5, 2024. See the complete and current PGT leaderboard at pgt.com/leaderboard.

PGT Championship Qualification & Player of the Year Bonus

Players who finish the 2024 PGT season ranked in the top 40 of the PGT leaderboard and have cashed in three PGT events throughout the season will earn qualification for the season-ending PGT Championship $1,000,000 freeroll. The PGT Championship winner will take home $500,000 with additional payouts for the final table paid as a combination of cash and a PGT Passport. The player who finishes the 2024 PGT season with the most leaderboard points will be named PGT Player of the Year and be awarded a $50,000 PGT Passport.

What's Next On the PGT Schedule?

The next series on the 2024 PGT season schedule is PGT Mixed Games from February 28 to March 8. The schedule features ten events, beginning with a $5,100 H.O.R.S.E. and $5,100 8-Game. The marquee finale of PGT Mixed Games is the $25,300 10-Game Championship, and whoever can accumulate the most PGT points throughout the series will be crowned the PGT Mixed Games champion and receive the PGT Gold Cup and a $10,000 PGT Passport. Previous winners were Dan Zack and Chino Rheem.

Following PGT Mixed Games will be the PGT PLO Series from March 20-29. The schedule will have ten events, which include four sub-$10,000 buy-in events and three bounty events, two of which are progressive bounties. The finale will be the $25,200 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship, and the player who accumulates the most PGT points throughout the series will be crowned the PGT PLO Series champion and receive the PGT Gold Cup and $10,000 PGT Passport. 

Once these two series conclude, the U.S. Poker Open will take center stage from April 8-17 with eight scheduled events and every final table streamed live on PokerGO.com.

For full PGT schedule information, check out pgt.com/schedule.

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