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GPL Results, Standings, and Schedule After Week 7

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  • Results, standings, and schedule following Week 7 of Season 1 of the Global Poker League.

Welcome to the weekly rundown of the Global Poker League here on PokerNews. In this space, all of the past week's results from the GPL will be listed, followed by league standings and a look at the following week's schedule.

The Montreal Nationals entered Week 7 four points back of the first-place New York Rounders in the Americas Conference, but by week's end they changed that in a big way as a big 15-point showing propelled them to first place and a six-point lead. It was mainly due to Mike McDonald, as the legendary tournament grinder nominated himself to sit in for a couple of six-max matches. He turned in a win and a second-place showing, coming only a heads-up loss to Scott Ball of the Las Vegas Moneymakers from sweeping the board. Then, Pascal Lefrançois fell to San Francisco Rush's Jonathan Jaffe but did salvage three points in a 2-1 loss.

The flip side of that surge by the Nationals was a down week from the Rounders, as they secured a conference-low eight points, contributing greatly to their slippage. Tyler Kenney took just two points away from a pair of six-max matches, finishing fourth and sixth. Jason Wheeler righted the ship somewhat with a 2-1 victory over Jake Cody of the Las Vegas Moneymakers.

Hong Kong Stars remain in fourth place in Eurasia Conference, but a 16-point week has them moving from 24 points back of the conference lead to just 13 points back. They trotted out Dong Guo, who has been on a nice little run since a 29th-place finish in the World Series of Poker Main Event in 2014, and he delivered in a pair of six-max matches. He was unable to secure a victory, but going runner-up to Alex Luneau and Chris Moorman netted him 10 points. Then, Weiyi Zhang topped Andrey Pateychuk for 2-1 for another six points.

As with Americas, the low-scoring team this week in Eurasia was actually the first-place squad, in this case the Moscow Wolverines. Igor Yaroshevsky was unable to make much headway in the six-max portion of the week as he booked a fourth and a sixth for a total of two points. Pateychuk didn't fare any better in his 2-1 loss to Zhang in the aforementioned match, bringing the team's total to five points. As a result, the Wolverines saw their lead in the conference shrink from 14 points to eight over the London Royals.

Week 7 Results

Match 16-Max  
1Alexandre LuneauParis Aviators7
2Dong GuoHong Kong Stars5
3Sorel MizziBerlin Bears3
4Igor YaroshevskyMoscow Wolverines2
5Chris MoormanLondon Royals1
6Todd BrunsonRome Emperors0
Match 26-Max  
1Chris MoormanLondon Royals7
2Dong GuoHong Kong Stars5
3Alexandre LuneauParis Aviators3
4Sorel MizziBerlin Bears2
5Todd BrunsonRome Emperors1
6Igor Yaroshevsky Moscow Wolverines
Match 36-Max  
1Scott BallLas Vegas Moneymakers7
2Mike McDonaldMontreal Nationals5
3Fedor HolzL.A. Sunset3
4Tyler KenneyNew York Rounders2
5Phil GalfondSan Francisco Rush1
6Felipe RamosSao Paulo Mets0
Match 46-Max  
1Mike McDonaldMontreal Nationals7
2Fedor HolzL.A. Sunset5
3Phil GalfondSan Francisco Rush3
4Felipe RamosSao Paulo Mets2
5Scott BallLas Vegas Moneymakers1
6Tyler KenneyNew York Rounders0
Match 5Heads-Up  
Weiyi ZhangHong Kong Stars26
Andrey PateychukMoscow Wolverines13
Match 6Heads-Up  
Dario SammartinoRome Emperors26
Igor KurganovLondon Royals13
Match 7Heads-Up  
Sorel MizziBerlin Bears39
Davidi KitaiParis Aviators00
Match 8Heads-Up  
Jason WheelerNew York Rounders26
Jake CodyLas Vegas Moneymakers13
Match 9Heads-Up  
Olivier BusquetLA Sunset13
Felipe RamosSao Paulo Mets26
Match 10Heads-Up  
Pascal LefrançoisMontreal Nationals13
Jonathan JaffeSan Francisco Rush26


Americas Conference   
1Montreal Nationals878
2New York Rounders817
3L.A. Sunset796
4Sao Paulo Metropolitans705
5Las Vegas Moneymakers633
6San Francisco Rush616
Eurasia Conference   
1Moscow Wolverines878
2London Royals798
3Paris Aviators788
4Hong Kong Stars745
5Berlin Bears643
6Rome Emperors582

Next Week's Schedule

DateTime (ET)Match
May 2412 p.m.Eurasia 6-Max
 1:40 p.m.Eurasia 6-Max
 3:30 p.m.Americas 6-Max
 5:10 p.m.Americas 6-Max
May 2512 p.m.Paris Aviators vs. Hong Kong Stars
 2:30 p.m.London Royals vs. Moscow Wolverines
 5 p.m.Rome Emperors vs. Berlin Bears
May 261 p.m.Sao Paulo Mets vs. San Francisco Rush
 3:30 p.m.Montreal Nationals vs. Las Vegas Moneymakers
 6 p.m.L.A. Sunset vs. New York Rounders

For full match replays or highlight videos, check out the official GPL website.

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