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Card Player Poker Tour All-Time Earnings

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Mar 20, 2024


Rank Player Tour Earnings
1 Jon Turner $737,858
2 Javier Gomez $599,735
3 Anthony Zinno $575,075
4 Andrey Pateychuk $558,782
5 Ankush Mandavia $537,328
6 Martin Jacobson $453,469
7 Stephen Chidwick $422,290
8 Ezequiel Waigel $417,004
9 Paul Hoefer $413,427
10 Ben Jones $390,956

The latest Card Player Poker Tour Venetian main event helped shake up the impressive top 10 for the CPPT’s all-time money list.

Runner-up finisher Ankush Mandavia became just the fifth player in the tour’s history to surpass $500,000 in total CPPT earnings thanks to the $95,149 he locked up in the latest event.

Mandavia banked $260,000 as the winner of the CPPT Venetian $2,500 main event back in 2021. He also finished fifth in the 2017 CPPT Venetian $5,000 main event for another $166.358, bringing his total haul to $537,328. He now sits in fifth place on the overall earnings leaderboard for the tour.

Two-time CPPT Venetian champion Jon Turner remains atop this list, having won a $5,000 buy-in for $536,858 and a $3,500 buy-in for another $201,000. These account for two of Turner’s three-largest live career scores overall.

Spain’s Javier Gomez earned the single-largest CPPT payout ever when he took down the 2017 main event in Las Vegas. He bested a field of 688 entries in that $5,000 buy-in to take home $561,349. With a few more cashes on tour, he sits in second on this leaderboard with just shy of $600,000 in earnings.

The top five is rounded out by another pair of CPPT Venetian champions in 2018 winner Anthony Zinno and 2019 winner Andrey Pateychuk. ♠