Final Table Set for Party Poker Premier League

Viennese Montesino hosts the race for $1.4 million

The final table for the PartyPoker Premier League Poker V began on Apr. 10, at the Montesino in Vienna.

Eight finalists managed to get to the culmination of the competition. The competition was fierce, and each group of players played out four eight-man sit n go's, with points and cash rewards accrued dependent on the final positions of each player.

At the beginning of the action, the final table included British pro Matthew Frankland as chip leader, Daniel ‘Jungleman’ Cates, Sam Trickett, Patrik Antonius, Scott Seiver and Tony G, whereas those who qualified via the heads-up play-offs were Phil Laak and Tom Dwan.

Sam Trickett was the first one to be eliminated from the table, which he left with an eighth placing cheque for $55,000. His countryman Matthew Frankland followed him in the seventh place with $65,000.

Who will outplay the rest of the crew and beat them to the main prize of $500,000 and a $25,500 2012 WPT Championship seat at the Bellagio in Las Vegas on May 19, will be seen soon.

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