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Mrinal Gujare
Posted on 26 Dec, 2023
By Mrinal Gujare
On 26 Dec, 2023
By Mrinal Gujare
On 26 Dec, 2023

All Time Money List 2023: Who Is Ruling The Chart?

The year 2023 has been a rollercoaster ride and poker players have been on their toes for most of the year with live poker tournaments running full steam. Be it Las Vegas, or other stops, live poker brands made it their mission to host successful series and have players win big this grinding season. Many live series saw their previous records break with a thundering number of entries being locked. 

This year many players moved up the ladder when it comes to the All Time Money List. At the same time there are players who slipped from their top rankings spots. Let us take a look at the 10 top players on the All Time Money List. 

All Time Money List 2023

Bryn Kenney – This name does not come as a surprise as he won boatloads of money at the Triton Poker Series, London in August 2023. He took home a pay cheque of close to $7 Million for his first place finish. This prize money bumped up his position on the All Time Money List and now sits on the number one spot with total live earnings of $65,115,882. Kenney was previously on the number two spot behind Justin Bonomo.

Justin Bonomo – The previous topper on the All Time Money List, slipped to the second position with $63,298,343 to his name. Bonomo has been grinding in marquee tournaments and high stakes poker games but did not make any headlines this season. He was last seen in the World Poker Tour (WPT) World Championship. He finished 9th for a little over $100K. 

Justin Bonomo

Jason Koon – This player from Weston, West Virginia has grabbed headlines with his play throughout the season. He was spotted at the hottest poker games in town, be it televised or not. Koon has 10 Triton Poker Series titles to his name, the highest by any player and also featured as a contestant on the Game of Gold poker reality show by GGPoker. It looks like Koon has everything going for him this year. This surely reflects in his All Time Money List spot which is third with $55,762,108 to his name.

Jason Koon

Stephen Chidwick – This player has maintained his spot on the All Time Money List at the fourth spot. With $54,510,197 against his name, this English player also participated in most marquee events in poker like WSOP Europe, Poker Go Tour (PGT), Triton Poker Series among others. 

Stephen Chidwick

Last he featured at the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Paradise 2023. He played in the Pot Limit Omaha (PLO) High Roller event and took the 20th spot for a payday of $43,500. Chidwick hasn’t made any drastic moves and kept his fourth spot on this list.

Dan Smith – We all saw this player make crazy moves in the mighty Big One For One Drop event at the WPT in Las Vegas. With a $1 Million buy-in the event had eyeballs glued to it. Smith finished 3rd for a payday of close to $3 Million. 

Just before this second runner-up finish at the Big One, he also took down a High Roller tourney at the Aria High Roller Series. Smith took over $100K in prize money for his winning position. 

This poker player from New Jersey is a regular at Triton Poker Series and has made several cashes. He has marked his attendance at the WSOP, PGT, PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA), WPT among other series. 

Dan Smith

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Daniel Negreanu – This player needs no introduction. He is a poker legend in every way possible. Negreanu or ‘KidPoker’ as he is fondly known, played many events this poker season, but sadly did not ship any big ticket event. Everyone hoped to see the GGPoker ambassador to nail a few bracelets this WSOP season but that never happened. 

But his spirits were up and he kept going as usual. Title hunting is one thing but Negreanu never fails to entertain those watching his game. He was a part of GGPoker’s Game of Gold alongside Jason Koon, Micheal Soyza and Kevin Martin (Team Clubs). With $51,633,001 against his name, Negreanu slipped from 3rd to the 6th spot on the All Time Money List. 

Daniel Negreanu

Mikita Badziakouski – We know this Belarusian poker player hit it out of the park when he shipped the WPT Big One For One Drop event this year. For over $7 Million in payday, Badziakouski jumped up two places on the All Time Money List to settle at the 7th spot with $50,857,616 in his bank account. 

Apart from the Big One For One Drop, Badziakouski also made multiple cashes across series like WSOP Paradise, Triton Poker Series, European Poker Tour (EPT), WSOP, PGT among others. 

Mikita Badziakouski

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Isaac Haxton – He’s turned out to be quite the head turner in poker events. Making final tables, shipping high rollers, and grabbing fat pay cheques, Haxton has done it all. 

When it comes to the All Time Money List, we have this Syracuse born poker player placed on the 8th spot with $46,833,508 in total live earnings. He took the min-cash (over $1 Million) at WPT Big One For One Drop and also cashed at the Alpha8 event in the 8th spot for over $125K. 

Previously, Haxton sat at the 13th position in the All Time Money List but is ending his year on the 8th position just behind Badziakouski.

Isaac Haxton


Erik Seidel – This Poker Hall of Famer won his 10th WSOP bracelet to join the ranks of Phil Ivey and Doyle Brunson. With $45,661,020 in total live earnings, Seidel sits at the 9th spot on the All Time Money List. This New York born poker pro’s victory at the WSOP Paradise 2023 Super High Roller tournament gave his bankroll a big push, to the tune of over $1.7 Million. From his previous 13th place, Haxton steadily rose to the 9th spot with his impressive play this season. 

Erik Seidel

David Peters – We know this player’s name headline when he served a brutal bad beat to six-time WSOP bracelet winner Daniel Negreanu at WSOP 2022. But all that is in the past right? Hopefully. Peters did not make any splash this year but was seen marking attendance in events like WPT Las Vegas, WSOP Paradise, North American Poker Tour (NAPT), WSOP among others. 

Peters made several cashes at the abovementioned series, and won a WPT title at the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown, Hollywood. He won the Super High Roller event which boosted his bankroll by over $300K. This Toledo born poker pro slipped from his previously held 7th spot to the current 10th on the All Time Money List with $44,179,112 in total live earnings. 

David Peters

Well folks, that was the top 10 on the All Time Money List 2023 as of (December 2023). The year came to a spectacular end with many players making superb profits and making good returns for their backers. 

In the upcoming year, this picture could change drastically with players making cashes or registering widely applauded victories in tournaments and series. Tell us who do you think made a considerable mark on the All Time Money List this year in the comments section. 

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