Jonathan Karamilikis has been the highest placed Aussie in the Global Poker Index (GPI) for what seems like an eternity, but one of his compatriots has now overtaken him following the latest update.
It is Jeffrey Rossiter who moves above his fellow countryman, leaping 29 places into 138th, while Karamilikis has fallen four spots into 141st.
But whereas last week there were four Aussies in the GPI 300, this time around there are only three, with Grant Levy having slipped out of the rankings.
Daniel Neilson is the third player who makes up the Australian trio in the GPI, although he's clinging on by the skin of his teeth as a ten-place fall has left him teetering on the brink in 288th.
Elsewhere, America's Dan Smith continues to lead from Germany's Marvin Rettenmaier at the top while Jason Mercier sits in third and France's Bertrand Grospellier holds on to fourth spot.