Doyle Brunson will be featured on two episodes of Poker After Dark that will take place at the Bellagio on October 23 and 24.
The 85-year-old Doyle Brunson has more than $6 million in live tournament winnings, ten WSOP bracelets and one WPT title plus a brand new Cadillac Escalade.
The Brunsons have launched an online training course, a matter of weeks after Doyle criticised Negreanu for creating an online course with MasterClass.
WSOP has announced that 30 players have registered for the One Drop, and Doyle Brunson's retirement from poker seems to be a tad premature.
Doyle Brunson announces his retirement from poker and in his last WSOP hurrah, makes the final day alongside his son, Todd in the $10k NLHE 2-7 Lowball.
Doyle Brunson is looking for takers in a bet on who would win more WSOP gold bracelets this year between Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu.
In the heat of Doyle Brunson debate in twitter, Lee takes on the question of separating the art of poker from the art of the man.
Despite over 50 years at the tables, Brunson doesn’t always make the right call, and one word cost him $230 million.
The #MeToo sexual harassment and abuse scandal continues to flit in and out of the poker world after the news that the former Poker After Dark hostess.
Phil Ivey hinting at a return to live tournaments, Doyle Brunson calling time on his ‘extended break’ from Twitter, & Dani Stern leaving the game behind.