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This weeks WPT - Texas Dolly
Ole' Doyle Brunson, what a remarkable man. I was one of the first to buy your first book...used to play with you and Sarge, Stu, Chip at the Dunes...now look at you.
I don't know how many entries this 'not so healthy' 72 year old had to fight through for (?) how many days but I was amazed that Texas Dolly made it to another (big) final table, just remarkable I thought.
With all of the fine tournament information out there now, the excellent online players and so many pros,from many Countries and there's Doyle!
Do I wish he would have won that thing? You bet. Lucky with the 8-10, fair enough play with the 33 (race) and I coulda cried when he called the 8 million with the A7 He snugs it up with 8 million, 3 handed and he's likeky to win it. Just to get there was really something, this man doesn't know the meaning of 'give up'.
Anyway, he just 'keeps on tickin', what a remarkable man he is and a class act for the poker world IMHO.
Some of us love and deeply admire you Doyle, thanks for all you've done for a game many of us also love very much and for the memories.
Your just amazing
Everyone gets lucky, thats just poker. You make it sound like Doyle is a bad poker player. Hes like a poker god. You cant agrue with a man who is tied in the lead for most bracelets won in Poker. In super systems it talks about all the stuff he had to fight just to live which is just incredible. I dont mean to be rude to you Madmax just pointing stuff out.
To the End!
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