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DOYLISM OF THE DAY:"No is one of the few words that can never be misunderstood."

by Doyle Brunson |  Published: Dec 20, '08

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DOYLISM OF THE DAY:"No is one of the few words that can never be misunderstood."

Another one of my longtime friends passed a few days ago. Sammy Baugh, arguably the greatest quarterback in football history, died at age 94. Baugh was the last surviving member of the inaugural Pro Football Hall of Fame. If you are too young to remember "Slinging Sammy", he played for the Washington Redskins for 15 years. One season, he led the league in passing, defensive interceptions and punting. He still owns the NFL single season punting record with a 51.4 yards per kick.

Baugh was the football coach at my University when I was in school. I saw him in practice one day punt the ball from the 50 yard line out of bounds inside the seven yard line 6 times in a row. Sammy and I had a lot in common as we grew up 20 miles apart and went to the same high school. He was a fine man and wanted to be remembered as a great rancher instead of a great football player.

I've lived in Las Vegas since 1973 and I have never seen as much snow as we had this week. Most people were complaining, but I actually liked it because I've never been around much snow. There were lots of "fender benders" because Nevada drivers aren't used to driving on slick streets. I saw a terrible accident on Tropicana as a kid on a motorcycle got hit and I'm afraid it was a fatal collision. I hate motorcycles and would never allow any of my children to ride them.

I played in the first filming of GSN's High Stakes Poker last night. I really enjoy playing in these cash games and had a 12 game winning streak going into the game. We had a good lineup with Eli Elezra, Phil Laak, Tom "Durr" Dwan, Mike Baxter, Alan Meltzer, Dario Minieri and David Peat. We can't give any details but I will tell you, I play again tomorrow night and I'll be going for win #14 in my cash games.

Congratulations to Chino Rheem for winning the Doyle Brunson Classic Championship at the Bellagio. It comes on top of a final table finish at the WSOP for Chino.

Caddy: Sir, you aren't addressing the ball properly.
Daniel: I've been polite to the damn thing long enough.

Doyle "Tex Dolly" Brunson is a 10-time WSOP bracelet winner, best-selling author, and is known worldwide as the father of modern poker. His list of poker accomplishments and awards are endless.

 
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