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March 13, 2010 09:00 ET Introduces Heads Up Challenge in March

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - March 13, 2010) - is continually coming up with new incentives that will keep online poker players coming back. Its latest promotion kicks off Monday, 15 March at 8PM, offering a new weekly challenge to the highest raked player. The one-of-a-kind "Heads Up Challenge" lets players test their skills against some of the game's biggest names. The challenges will feature $500 bounties on each Team Victory Pro.

Paul Wasicka will kick off the first of several competitions, and the winner of last year's NBC National Heads Up Championship and second place WSOP Main Event finisher poses no easy challenge. Future Team Victory Pro challengers will include Alec Torelli, Andrew Robl, Brian Rast, and Antonio Esfandiari.

Torelli, aka online genius "Traheho," placed second in both the 2009 World Series of Poker and Aussie Millions Heads Up events. Andrew "good2cu" Robl is a 23-year-old superstar who earned millions crushing online heads up games online and Las Vegas live cash games. Brian "Tsarrast" Rast is an online legend, and a regular live Las Vegas cash game specialist.

In addition to members vying for their chance to win $500, the "Top 20" raked players will also win their share of $4,000 in cash prizes. For more event details and payouts, go to

About Victory Poker is host to a virtual poker card room service for those who wish to test their skills against others for fun, prizes, or money and does not participate in betting or wagering. It is duly regulated and licensed by The Everleaf Poker Network established in 2004. Everleaf is licensed and regulated by the Lottery and Gaming Authority of Malta and meets the stringent e-gaming guidelines and restrictions of the European Union (EU). "Team Victory," is a select group of the world's finest poker players and industry professionals assembled by With innovative graphics, superior customer service and a safe, secure interface, the software is crafted to enhance and personalize the online poker experience. Although virtual poker is legal where the games are hosted and played, it may not be legal where individual players are located. Players may download the software at but it is each player's responsibility to determine whether or not such games are permitted under his/her local jurisdictional laws.

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