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Punta Cana Poker Classic Begins With Major DoylesRoom.com Presence

Written by:
Adm1n
Published on:
Nov/10/2010
Punta Cana Poker Classic

With the intensity of the WSOP now over, the poker world can relax a little bit. But relaxing doesn’t have to mean take a break from the tables. Several DoylesRoom.com pro poker players are combining a relaxing vacation with heated poker action by playing in the 2010 Punta Cana Poker Classic, and island poker tournament that’s guaranteed to attract a lot of attention.

A legendary lineup of pro poker players from DoylesRoom are playing in the tournament including Doyle Brunson, Pam Brunson, Todd Brunson, Anjela Brunson, Mike Caro, Hoyt Corkins, Steve Gross, Dani Stern, Zach Clark and Amit Makhija.

The Punta Cana Poker Classic takes place from November 10 to 14 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. With Doyle Brunson, The Brunson 10 and DoylesRoom’s top pros already signed up to play, the tournament offers an incredible opportunity to play poker and vacation with the biggest poker legend of all time and his team of legends-in-the-making.

Accompanying the DoylesRoom.com pro lineup are several online poker qualifiers who won Punta Cana prize packages through DoylesRoom.com. Most recently, CACOB of New York won a $3,100 Punta Cana Poker Classic package via a $22 semi-final at DoylesRoom.com. He is joining three other DoylesRoom online poker players in the Dominican, including Raider696969 from Quebec, Canada, Virginia player RvrMonster and stackindonks from the Dominican Republic.


Online poker fans can follow along with the DoylesRoom pros’ successes by reading Doyle Brunson’s blog, which is linked at DoylesRoom.com.

 

About DoylesRoom.com:
Online since 2004, DoylesRoom (www.DoylesRoom.com) is one of two brands in the Doyle Brunson family of gaming sites. Along with DoylesCasino, DoylesRoom provides players from around North America and the world with an online gaming experience like no other. DoylesRoom is famous for providing players with access to unequaled poker promotions, fast action, and countless opportunities to play with Doyle Brunson and other legends of the game. With free poker software, lessons, tournaments, nonstop Sit-and-Go tournaments and ring games available at all limits, DoylesRoom is the preeminent poker destination for real live game play—online or anywhere.

 

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