The PartyPoker League is almost over, and all that is left to do is crown the Tournament of Champions winners in the PartyPoker League Finals. We say all but that is doing those tournaments a disservice because three trio of finals each have $10,000 prize pools, with each entrant guaranteed a cash prize!
From April 2 through November 26, PartyPoker players from all around the world competed in $1 buy-in tournaments, winning cash and earning leaderboard points. Each month, the top ten points earners secured a prize, with the month’s leaderboard winner not only receiving a high-end gaming PC but also capturing a seat to the season-ending Tournament of Champions.
The PartyPoker Leagues were split into Brazil, Latin America, and the Rest of the World. Now the winners from each month’s league sit across from each other and fight it out for a slice of a $10,000 prize pool!
|Maria Morena Arca||Gilmar Da Silva|
|Frederico Anunciacao||Guilherme Henrique Cleyton Rodrigues|
|Arilson Alves Oliveira||Karlytulyo Antunes Guimaraes|
The seven Brazilians head into battle on December 14 at 22:00 GMT, each having guaranteed $400 in cash! The top four finishers will win at least $1,000, with the eventual Brazilian Champion of Champions padding their bankroll with $3,000 in cold, hard cash!
Rest of South America Finalists
|Fernando Sanchez Ibarra||Marcelo Chaulet|
|Rosana Sariego||Lautaro Braida|
|Maria Victoria Romero||Pablo Daniel Anselmino|
|Ana Luisa Guzman||Jorge Carlos Dibble|
|Abdeel Jacob Pena|
There are nine players competing in the Latin American Tournament of Champions due to how the monthly results panned out. Again, there is $10,000 to play for, with ninth-place weighing in at $200 and the winner scooping $3,000 in time for Christmas.
The Latin American PartyPoker League final shuffles up and deals at 23:30 GMT on December 15.
Rest of the World Finalists
|David Knight||Louie Joseph Nagle|
|David Prince||Sean Harper|
|Aaron Pask||Shane Malone|
|David Csizmadia||Attila Franko|
The Rest of the World finalists are predominately made up of residents of the United Kingdom, with Brits sitting at five of the eight seats. They are joined by two Hungarians and an Irishman at 20:00 GMT on December 17.
Like the Brazilian final, all eight places are paid, with prizes ranging from $400 to $3,000.
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