Aussie star Jonathan Karamilikis slipped down the Global Poker Index while domestic rival Jeffrey Rossiter closed the gap on the country's leading star.
Karamilikis fell 11 places to 124th spot, allowing Rossiter to sit just six places further behind in 130th place.
Looking at the rest of the rankings, Phil Hellmuth also known as the “poker brat” whizzed up the ladder from GPI#9 to GPI#4.
Hellmuth held on tight to ninth place since scoring his thirteenth bracelet in the World Series of Poker-Europe €10,000 NLHE Main Event in early October, but the aging of his WSOP scores enabled him to break into the top five.
He now joins a select group of 15 players in the world to reach such a high GPI ranking.
Fellow American Phil Ivey has also benefitted from the aging of the WSOP scores securing GPI#19 after moving up a massive 26 spots but some notables did not have lady luck on their side.
Britain’s James Eames (GPI#428 -172) and Italy’s Alessio Isaia (GPI#329 -79) plummeted to their lowest personal rank this week leaving the GPI 300 altogether.