Worlds Best Poker Players

The Worlds Best Poker Player topic has been descussed for years, however we are just rating the Worlds Best Poker Player for 2009. It’s also important to remember it is near impossible to determain the true result. This is just the PNB Poker Awards but we are always looking for feed back on what you think.

Below is the result of the top 3 finishers.

Worlds Best Poker Player

1st. Phil Ivey

Phil Ivey has had an unbeilivable year even for Iveys high standards. Winning another 2 WSOP bracelets and final tabling anothet 2 tournaments, one of which was the infamous WSOP Main Event. Taking that into consideration plus the fact that Ivey is up near $7 million from online cash tables winnings, Ivey was the easiest to choose from out of all the positions.

2nd. Daniel Negreanu

Although Daniel never had any significant wins this year, consistancy was what got Negreanu to number 2 on our list. Cashing in no less than 9 events at the WSOP plus his other many cashes in other tournaments, Daniel Negreanu is this years second best poker player for 2009.

3rd. Jeff Lisandro

This was the year Jeff Lisandro put his mark on the Poker World with his record breaking 3 WSOP bracelets. It was a close decision between Lisandro and Negreanu for the number 2 spot. However, the fact that Lisandro’s main results came in other forms of poker, rather than Limit Holdem, we gave it to Daniel. However, that doesn’t take away the fact that Lisandro destroyed all other forms of poker this year.




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