While Australian poker fans will have been hoping that the Aussie Millions would boost their compatriots' ranking in the Global Poker Index (GPI), it seems the opposite has happened.
In the latest round of updates, Jonathan Karamilikis has slid 11 places into 129th while Jeffrey Rossiter has dropped the same number of spots into 158th.
And with Grant Levy falling 54 places to now occupy 297th, he runs the risk of falling out of the GPI 300 when next week's updates come into force.
However, it's good news for Tam Truong who has jumped 18 spots into 300th, leaving him sitting right on the brink of the rankings.
But Aaron Lim will be disappointed to have fallen out of the GPI 300 altogether, as his 32-place slide leaves him down in 331st.
At the other end of the table, America's Dan Smith continues to lead from Germany's Marvin Rettenmaier, while Jason Mercier and Bertrand Grospellier are unmoved in third and fourth respectively.