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GPL Results, Standings, and Schedule After Summer Series Heat IV: Montreal and Moscow Stay in Front

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  • The @MTLNationals and @MSKWolverines continue to set the pace in their respective @GPL conferences.

  • @FarazJaka swept @nanonoko this week in "The Cube" to conclude @GPL Summer Series Heat IV.

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.

As seen on Poker Central, the GPL has already raced through another summer "heat" featuring interconference heads-up matches in "The Cube." "Summer Series Heat IV" saw the Americas Conference and Eurasia Conference win three matches a piece, with little movement resulting in the standings of either conference.

Anatoly Filatov got things started in Heat IV in a good way for the Eurasia-leading Moscow Wolverines, taking two of three games from the New York Rounders' Bryn Kenney. Then it was the L.A. Sunset's Fedor Holzcurrent leader of both the 2016 Global Poker Index Player of the Year race and the GPI's overall rankings — winning two of three over Igor Kurganov of the London Royals.

Scott Ball next grabbed a 2-1 win for the Las Vegas Moneymakers in three hard-fought games with Dominik Nitsche of the Berlin Bears. Then it was Dario Sammartino of the Rome Emperors taking two of three as well from Pascal Lefrançois of the Americas-leading Montreal Nationals, with all three games being relatively quick ones.

Fabrice Soulier returned to the Cube for the second half of Sunday's doubleheader, winning two of three games for the Paris Aviators versus the Sao Paulo Metropolitans' João Bauer. The heat then wrapped up yesterday with Faraz Jaka of the San Francisco Rush sweeping Randy Lew of the Hong Kong Stars three games to none.

Those results mean both Montreal and Moscow remain atop their respective conferences again, with the only shift in the standings coming over in the Eurasia Conference where the London Royals nudged ahead of the Hong Kong Stars into second position.

Here are those results from GPL Summer Series Heat IV, with the standings heading into Heat V listed down below:

Summer Series Heat IV Results

Match 99Heads-Up  
Anatoly FilatovMoscow Wolverines26
Bryn KenneyNew York Rounders13
Match 100Heads-Up  
Fedor HolzL.A. Sunset26
Igor KurganovLondon Royals13
Match 101Heads-Up  
Faraz JakaSan Francisco Rush39
Randy LewHong Kong Stars00
Match 102Heads-Up  
Scott BallLas Vegas Moneymakers26
Dominik NitscheBerlin Bears13
Match 103Heads-Up  
Dario SammartinoRome Emperors26
Pascal LefrançoisMontreal Nationals13
Match 104Heads-Up  
Fabrice SoulierParis Aviators26
João BauerSao Paulo Metropolitans13


Americas Conference   
1Montreal Nationals13013
2L.A. Sunset12212
3Sao Paulo Metropolitans1099
4New York Rounders998
5San Francisco Rush939
6Las Vegas Moneymakers866
Eurasia Conference   
1Moscow Wolverines11010
2London Royals10310
3Hong Kong Stars1037
4Paris Aviators10110
5Berlin Bears835
6Rome Emperors815

This Week's Schedule (Summer Series Heat V)

DateTime (ET)Match
June 282 p.m.San Francisco Rush vs. Berlin Bears
June 292 p.m.New York Rounders vs. London Royals
June 302 p.m.Las Vegas Moneymakers vs. Rome Emperors
June 304:30 p.m.Montreal Nationals vs. Paris Aviators
July 12 p.m.Moscow Wolverines vs. Sao Paulo Metropolitans
July 32 p.m.L.A. Sunset vs. Hong Kong Stars

To watch Global Poker League matches, head over to Poker Central where each and every match can be watched live. Check out as well the official GPL website for full season's results, statistics, match replays, and more.

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