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Stacked Pre-Order Bonus

Myelin Media, publisher of the upcoming Texas Hold 'em poker game, Stacked with Daniel Negreanu, today announced a pre-order incentive program for the game.

Consumers who reserve their copy of the game early at EB Games, GameStop, GameCrazy, CompUSA Online, Toys 'R Us, and Barnes & Noble Online will receive "Inside STACKED," a free making-of DVD with exclusive behind the scenes footage and interviews with the seven professional poker players in the game.

Stacked with Daniel Negreanu is the first video game to bring next-generation gameplay, online tournaments and broadcast quality production to Texas Hold 'em Poker. Featuring involvement from Daniel Negreanu and six of pokerís most prominent young stars, Stacked will let players actually improve their game through a comprehensive single player career mode featuring groundbreaking AI, an all-inclusive Poker School hosted by Daniel Negreanu himself, and the "Stacked Masters" system, a comprehensive online tournament structure that will see gamers competing in huge sanctioned competitions. Through MTV.com, players will be able to participate in the official STACKED sanctioned online tournaments including special challenges with the pros as well as view tournament standings and game play stats.

Stacked with Daniel Negreanu will be available in stores this October for the PlayStation 2, and in November for the PSP.

9/23/2005 Frank Provo

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