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GIBRALTAR, January 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

The 2nd year of 888poker Super Stack showed major growth with most benchmarks doubling in size. In 2012 the 888 Superstack had a total of 23 events in 8 different locations across 5 countries. The low buy-in deepstack tournament series amassed a total of $951,000 in prizepools and over 4000 players, many of which qualified for their entry online at 888poker.com.

 A special congratulation goes to the 888poker Super Stack Player of the Year, Mark Greening (UK), who reached the top of the 2012 Super Stack Leaderboard and won the final table event January 15, 2013 on 888poker.com. Mark has been awarded free entry to all 2013 Super Stack events around the world, a prize totaling more than $8000.

Director of 888poker, Gareth Edwards stated, "We never expected the Super Stack series to blow up like it did. The feedback from the players has been phenomenal and it's great to watch the series spread to so many new territories."

The 888poker Super Stack 2013 series schedule is now up at http://www.superstack.net. The schedule has 27 legs with several new locations, including: Ibiza, Malta, Sheffield, Barcelona and more.

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