The latest Global Poker Index (GPI) update is in, and it's good news for Australia's Daniel Neilson who has surged up the rankings.
Neilson jumped 185 places to break into the GPI 300 and now sits in 278th, joining his compatriots Grant Levy, Jeffrey Rossiter and Jonathan Karamilikis.
Karamilikis continues to be the highest-ranked of the Australian poker players, and currently occupies 137th after slipping eight spots in the latest GPI update.
Rossiter has also fallen slightly, losing nine places to now sit in 167th.
Levy is the fourth and final Aussie to make the cut this week, clinging on by the tips of his fingers as he is ranked right at the bottom of the pile in 300th.
The position Levy now holds is the one that his compatriot Tam Truong had last week, but Truong has fallen out of the GPI 300 after a two-place drop that has left him in 302nd.