Doyle Brunson: Jenny Woo Has Never Seen Me Naked

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Sometimes you hear things that make you appreciative. A lady came up to me to get an autograph and told me her husband had died a couple of months ago. She said he was my biggest fan and had asked that a picture of him and me be placed by his coffin. We had made the picture at the 2008 WSOP. Of course, I couldn't remember it but I was touched by the thought. The lady said, "You were with him even to the end." Wow!

The Champions Tournament is over with Tom McEvoy winning it. Tom broke me in the 8th position with me missing a flush draw with an overcard on his two jacks. I was happy to see one of the older players win and there was only one young gun at the final table. Hoorah for the old guys!

Speaking of old timers, I had a nice long visit with Amarillo Slim. I'm now completely sure that the charges of "child molestation" were false. In fact, nothing like that was ever in Slim's indictment, only referring to inappropriate actions. Anyone who knows Slim knows he cannot be embarrassed about anything and almost always says things that would make a normal person (including me) blush. Slim and his family are intact again, more evidence it was a trumped up charge against a famous guy.

I thought it was hilarious that my cousin sent me an e-mail about colonoscopies, because I am going to have one after the WSOP. Everyone over 50 years old should have one every year and it's been 7 years since I had one. This is the truth - the doctor who did it was named Dr. Goldenrod so help me. So here are some of the comments I'm going to tell my Dr. when he puts me in the stirrups letting people walk around and shredding all dignity. There were 12 sayings, I'll put the next 6 in my next blog.

1. "Take it easy Doc, you're boldly going where no man has gone before."
2. "Find Amelia Earhart yet?"
3. "Can you hear me now?"
4. "Are we there yet? Are we there yet? Are we there yet?"
5. "You know, in Arkansas, we're now legally married."
6. "Any sign of the trapped miners?"

I really don't mean to keep writing about Casper, but he got number 47 on his bite list. With Louise being gone, I hired a model who isn't working right now to babysit him. She is my nephew Ken's girlfriend and she has been around Casper and Casper loves her. But Casper is getting old and Sasha tried to move him while he was asleep. Bam, #47. Please beware of the Brunson dogs if you come to my house.

Jenny Woo, who writes for gambling911.com, picked me as the sexiest poker player for the second straight year. Obviously, she picks me because I'm the only one that won't bring heat on her. It's pretty obvious that Jenny and I haven't been intimate because if she had seen my naked body, she would be even more embarrassed than me. Thanks anyways Jen, it's good for my image. What is really funny is she had Patrik Antonius #2. I'm probably the most heterosexual person God ever put on earth, but Patrik is so handsome, when I look at him I go hmm-  


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Doyle Brunson, Gambling911.com 

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