Jonathan Karamilikis continues to hold his place in the Global Poker Index (GPI) 300, ranking among some of the top poker stars on the planet.
Yet Karamilikis is still the only Australian player to have a spot in the table, with a couple of his compatriots circling outside the elite standings.
Oliver Speidel is closest to joining him, currently sat in 332nd, while Joe Hachem is slightly further off the pace in 366th.
And while Jeff Rossiter is a long way back in 453rd, his recent win in the Warm-Up event at the Asia Championship of Poker (ACOP) - which bagged him a six-figure prize - is likely to see him rise up the rankings in the coming weeks.
Aaron Lim could also give himself a boost if he makes the final table in the ongoing ACOP Main Event.
Elsewhere, America's Dan Smith has held onto his spot at the top of the GPI 300 for the second week running, and all of the top eight players remain unchanged.