PokerStars Passport back up for grabs

Dustin Mele had a pretty cool year. The guy went just about everywhere in the world and played in the biggest tournaments around for exactly zero dollars out of his bankroll. How? He won the 2008 PokersStars Passport. From there, he took PokerStars' cash and jet-setted around the world as a poker celebrity.

Now, it's your chance to roll like Mele.

Another stamp in Mele's passport

The PokerStars Passport is the biggest reward a player can get for a great Tournament Leader Board performance. This year, PokerStars is giving away more than $200,000 in cash and prizes to the winners. You could end up going to Rio, Vegas, or halfway across Europe. It's up to you, as long as your traveling and playing poker (not a bad way to spend your time if you have the means).

If you're not already aware, here's how the PokerStars Passport compeition works. The top 1,000 finishers from the December PokerStars will get a chance to play for a single-stamp PokerStars Passport and thousands of dollars in cash. The top 100 finishers will be playing for an even bigger prize. On top of the cash prizes, there are single-stamp, three-stamp, and six-stamp Passports up for grabs. Every stamp gets you an entry into the main event of an live PokerStars-sponsored tournament or the main event of the World Series.

For complete details, schedules, and prize structures, visit the PokerStars Passport webpage.

Brad Willis
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