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RankingHero Unveils Innovative 'HeroScore' For Poker Community

Find Out Your Own HeroScore


Interested in a new way to compare poker players and other members of the poker community? RankingHero has developed a new concept to combine database results with a social component to give HeroScores to those within poker. Anyone can have a HeroScore.

RankingHero doesn’t just use a player’s performance on the felt to determine their ranking. The site also takes into account popularity, by looking at public data from social networks, as well contributions to the poker community and the growth of the game.

Find out your own HeroScore.

RankingHero is also a place for professionals within the poker industry to post their resumes and endorse their colleagues, similar to a LinkedIn. One’s RankingHero profile can also host their social media feeds, serving as comprehensive overview of a person’s poker-playing life.

In addition, professional players looking to build their personal brand can use RankingHero to manage their online reputation and keep in touch with their fan base. Event organizers can promote their tournaments to a huge and qualified audience.

Have you ever cashed in a poker tournament? You can find out if you already have a HeroScore. If you don’t yet, sign up and begin work on your RankingHero profile. It’s never too late to become a recognizable name in the poker community.

Thanks to his massive following on social media and coverage from the major tabloid publications, high-stakes poker player Dan Bilzerian currently has highest popularity on RankingHero with 1,060,358 points in that category. Phil Ivey is close behind with 1,058,984 points, followed by French actor, singer and poker pro Patrick Bruel with 1,043,137 points. Daniel Negreanu (732,176 points) and poker legend Doyle Brunson (678,806 points) round out the top five.

Phil Hellmuth (471,961 points) and Negreanu (406,126 points) are no. 1 and no. 2 respectively in the contribution rankings, thanks to their promotion of poker to mainstream audiences. In part thanks to his prolific Tweeting of all things poker, Kevin ‘Kevmath’ Mathers is 17th in the contribution rankings with 186,811 points. Thanks to his work promoting poker on TV via the World Poker Tour, Mike Sexton is seventh with 311,205 points.

British pro Chris Moorman, who has already taken control of his RankingHero profile by having it verified, is no. 1 on the “poker score” with 722,272 points due to his consistent accomplishments online and in the live poker setting. RankingHero acknowledges players who put in a lot of volume online. Negreanu is no. 2 with 717,077 points. Nicolas Fierrogottner is third with 715,090 points. Ivey (701,978 points) and Erik Seidel (680,001 points) are close behind.

Thanks to strong scores in all three categories, Negreanu has the top overall HeroScore with 1,855,379 points, followed by Ivey with 1,837,259 points. Hellmuth (1,733,492 points), Seidel (1,385,551 points) and Brunson (1,318,012 points) round out the top five.

Sign up today and get started following your favorite poker players and/or begin working on catching them in the HeroScore rankings. All of poker’s heroes had to start somewhere.

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