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The Top 2 remains unchanged for the first time in Poker Central Power Rankings history as Bryn Kenney bagged another massive win while Dan ‘Jungleman’ Cates kept up with his great social media antics while battling at massive stakes in Montenegro. Further down we see Brandon Adams and Sam Soverel jump into the Top 10 due to their showing on the Super High Roller Cash Game while Triton players Rui Cao, and Daniel Dvoress also made their debut inside the Top 10.

The Poker Central Power Rankings are voted on each week by five-panel members who use their own criteria to determine player relevance leading to a list of 25 players that score points from 65 down to 1. The criteria loosely include player results, social media influence, some good ol’ drama or other things of note that make ear perk up and our eyes grow bigger. Got beef with our decisions on a week-to-week basis? Hit us up on @PokerCentral on Twitter and jump into the conversation.

Read up on the previous weeks: Week 17 – Week 16 – Week 15 – Week 14 Week 12 – Week 11 – Week 10

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All he does is win! Bryn Kenney took down back-to-back events at the Triton Super High Roller Series to put himself at $9.1 million for the year in tournament cashes! Kenney has now broken his personal best from 2017 and it’s only May, he leads the year in total money earned in tournaments and it’s safe to say that he’ll add another few million later this year to what could potentially become the second best tournament year of all time behind only Justin Bonomo’s 2018.

On the Bubble

On the bubble of this event were plenty of big names as Jason Koon, Joey Ingram, Daniel Negreanu, Steve O’Dwyer, and Paul Phua fell just short of a place in the Top 10.

Tune in again next week for the latest Poker Central Power Rankings! Until then, listen to Brent Hanks and me discuss this week’s rankings on the Poker Central Podcast. Looking to watch the latest live and on-demand poker action? Subscribe to PokerGO right now. 

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