The rocking horse, purse, lantern, and horse and rider were previously retired.The line-up of potential replacements includes: a cat, diamond ring, guitar, toy robot and helicopter. "The tokens are one of the most iconic parts of the MONOPOLY game, and we know that people are emotionally tied to their favorite one," said Eric Nyman, Senior Vice President and Global Brand Leader, Hasbro Gaming. "When we decided to replace one of the tokens in the game, we knew we had to involve our fans in the process. We can't wait to see which iconic piece will "go to jail" and which new token the fans will choose to become part of one of the world's most popular games." Voting continues through February 5 via the MONOPOLY Facebook page and the winning and losing tokens will be announced on February 6. Fans of the game can tweet about the contest and cheer on their favorite tokens via Twitter using hashtag #tokenvote. Mr. Marinaccio was crowned America's MONOPOLY king in April 2009 when he entered the game's national championships in Washington, D.C. With no previous competitive experience, he bested 27 challengers, winning an apropos $20,580, the amount of money in the MONOPOLY 'bank.' He went on to capture third place in the world championships in Las Vegas later that year. He retains the U.S. and World rankings because no national or global contests have been staged since 2009. "I have been playing since I was a little boy. I did not play competitive Monopoly until the 2009 competition and I am looking forward to participating in the next U.S. National Championship," Mr. Marinaccio said. At Phillips Lytle, Mr. Marinaccio focuses his practice on corporate matters including advising clients on a variety of commercial agreements, licenses, and mergers and acquisitions. He is also member of the Canadian Cross Border Team.