Exciting PPPL Weekend Ends With Andy In The Black
February 18, 2022
After a long weekend of preliminary heats and heads-up challenges leading to a 6 person final table at the Party Poker Premier League, Andy Black has come away with the victory and $250,000.

The Grand Final of the Party Poker Premier League consisted of a final table with four guaranteed seats, claimed by Alex Kravchenko, Marcel Luske, Andy Black and Tony G. These seats were won strictly through points acquired during preliminary heats. Once the first four seats were established, the last two came into play and would be decided through a series of head-up matches, both of which would be played best-of-five. Annie Duke and Roland de Wolfe were both able to win their individual heads-up matches and were thus able to claim the last two seats and a guaranteed payday of at least $20,000.

Tony G, after an impressive week, came to the final table with the most points , and thus the most chips, but was unable to turn that chip lead into anything more than a third place cash. Andy Black, the second player to secure a guaranteed seat, was more successful and was able to take his chips all the way into heads-up play against Roland de Wolfe, albeit with a slightly smaller stack than he had hoped. Despite having a 2:3 chip deficit, Andy was able to rally back and win the Party Poker Premier League Championship for his first major tournament win.

The six payouts for the The Grand Final were as follows:
1st: Andy Black -- $250,000
2nd: Roland de Wolfe -- $120,000
3rd: Tony "G" Guoga -- $60,000
4th: Alex Kravchenko -- $40,000
5th: Marcel Luske -- $30,000
6th: Annie Duke -- $20,000

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