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/Aug/2010

Supernova Elite 2010

By: nanonoko @ 09:02 (EDT) / 468 / Comment ( 0 )
I’ve reached the required number of VPPs to obtain Supernova Elite in 2010! This is my 3rd year in a row getting Supernova Elite and it requires a lot of confidence and dedication to get there. It’s definitely quite the accomplishment after you get there! And of course the rewards are always nice! If you’ve got the dedication and commitment, give it a shot! And show your 6 black stars out at the tables w/ me! For my information about Supernova Elite check out the Pokerstars VIP Club Website. Now that I’ve obtained Supernova Elite for 2010, conveniently the WCOOP is right around the corner! Now it’s time to become a world champion! I’ll be preparing my schedule and showing it to you guys probably in my next blog post.
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