Americas Cup of Poker: Player Rankings
The Americas Cup of Poker will feature 11 Latin American countries and regions, as well as Canada, competing for their share of $100,000 at our live final in New Jersey this June.
The Leader Board below lists those players who have earned the most points for their country during the qualifying periods.
We will update these pages regularly, so make sure you keep checking on your scores. See the Americas Cup of Poker main page for more details about the prizes up for grabs and how to take part.
Ranking points will be awarded as follows in each tournament or country vs country match:
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Americas Cup of Poker: Player Leader Board*
The table below follows each player’s progress over a given qualifying period.
In the case of a tie for the top 50 places in the first qualifying period, winner(s) will be decided on which player(s) played the greater number of ACP tournaments that award points (Freerolls excluded) over the course of the three weeks. If this is still equal, it will then be determined by the highest finish that either player got in these ACP tournaments. If these are also equal then the next highest placed tourney, until there is a difference.
Any player who has been disqualified will not represent their country in the top 50, and their points / ranking will not be considered. All players below a disqualified player will be subsequently moved up the rankings.
If you have any questions about the Americas Cup of Poker or the Rankings system, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.