Phil Ivey has had one of his best showings at the World Series of Poker (WSOP) in 2022 with six cashes, four final tables, and two top three finishes.

Of those results, five have come in PokerGO Tour-qualifying events to see him earn 751 PGT points to move into top spot on the 2022 PGT leaderboard. Ivey leaps ahead of Jake Schindler who took top spot after winning Event #12: $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller for $1,328,068. Sitting in third place is Ali Imsirovic who finished in fourth place in Event #2: $100,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller Bounty for $350,158.

Another big mover on the PGT leaderboard is Alex Foxen who won Event #50: $250,000 Super High Roller on Saturday for his first WSOP bracelet and $4,563,700 in prize money. Foxen collected 700 PGT points and climbed into fourth place on the PGT leaderboard after being in 13th place overall heading into the Super High Roller final table.

2022 PokerGO Tour Leaderboard

Rank Name Points Wins Cashes Earnings
1st Phil Ivey 2,712 2 13 $5,345,709
2nd Jake Schindler 2,697 4 12 $7,097,533
3rd Ali Imsirovic 2,281 6 20 $3,566,356
4th Alex Foxen 2,066 3 15 $6,287,111
5th Stephen Chidwick 2,044 1 13 $4,592,268
6th Daniel Dvoress 1,955 1 9 $4,154,995
7th Danny Tang 1,893 1 10 $3,420,315
8th Jason Koon 1,833 1 10 $4,186,913
9th Mikita Badziakouski 1,710 2 6 $3,691,369
10th Isaac Kempton 1,429 0 4 $1,351,864

Note: PokerGO Tour leaderboard accurate at the date of this article.

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What Does the PGT Leaderboard Winner Get?

The 2022 season of the PGT will award $500,000 to the PGT champion. The top 21 players on the PGT leaderboard at the conclusion of the season are invited to compete in a winner-take-all tournament with a $500,000 top prize. This final tournament is deemed the 2022 PGT Championship and will crown this season’s champion. Starting stacks in the PGT Championship will be based on the amount of points earned by a player during the regular season.

What’s Next for the PGT?

The WSOP has nine qualifying PGT events still on the schedule with the $10,000 Main Event being the marquee event that kicks off on July 3. Other events include the $50,000 Poker Players Championship and $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em High Roller.

On Monday, June 27, there will be a $10,000 buy-in ARIA High Roller, and beginning on July 4, there will eight consecutive ARIA High Rollers with additional ones on July 13, and from July 17-19.

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