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Doyle Brunson Regularly Playing $5-$10 Online Poker

DoylesRoom Seeing a Spike in Ring-Game Traffic


Doyle BrunsonDoyle Brunson is used to playing the biggest games around. In Bobby’s Room, the legend would frequently play limit games with blinds as high as $4,000-$8,000. Not exactly chump change for the average amateur looking to throw around a few chips with the 10-time bracelet winner.

But now, to welcome new players onto his site, Brunson is regularly playing $5-$10 no-limit hold’em on DoylesRoom — every day, Monday through Friday.

In fact, the $5-$10 tables have been full of pros at DoylesRoom lately with the five announced members of the Brunson 10 — Alec Torelli, Amit Makhija, Zachary Clark, Chris Moorman, and Dani Stern — regularly frequenting the tables, along with DoylesRoom veterans Todd Brunson and Hoyt Corkins.

The site is reporting higher traffic since the pros began playing so regularly, along with a statistic that is particularly interesting for the average online pro — pots in DoylesRoom no-limit ring games are, on average, 20 percent larger than comparable tables at Full Tilt and PokerStars.

Players can search for the tables by going to the “Ring Games” tab and searching for tables highlighted in blue.

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over 10 years ago

OK so, the pros (who are very good) are playing more and the amateurs like us are flocking to the site so they can take our money? Are poker players stupid or what?


over 10 years ago

No just u and your screen name are stupid.


over 10 years ago

I guess some people will pay a few bucks just to sit in with Doyle and the rest of them, the lower the stakes the less edge because players down there will be more unpredictable and will make dumb moves and suck out.
It's good publicity for the site, even if you don't play high stakes you can play with the pros, it makes perfect sense, you don't have to play, no one is forcing you to sit down with them.


over 10 years ago

Im surprised he could find a game...DOyle's room has no tables going at anything but micro limit NL holdem. They have customer service issues and other issues. I wouldn't play on there when other sites do a much better job.