Poker Pro Doyle Brunson Debuts Twitter Page: Already 86 Followers

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C Costigan
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Watch out CNN.  Poker pro Doyle Brunson, the Texas Dolly, has finally debuted his Twitter page and within only a 24 hour period, Doyle already had 86 followers.  That's more than resident hottie Jenny Woo has gotten in her few weeks on Twitter.

"Say it ain't so," one Doyle fan commented on his Facebook page.  "Another person buys in to twenty year old technology repackaged as the latest craze."

Doyle's first Twitter: "Meetings today for and hosting Doyle's Bounty tournament tonight :)"

"His Twitter page should be plenty of fun since these bounty tournaments feature some of the hottest celebrities around today including Nicky Hilton and Mickey Rourke," said Payton O'Brien of 

Of course, Doyle's getting on the Twitter bandwagon a little late and CNN has little to worry least not yet.  The big news Thursday centered on 24 hour news network, CNN, becoming the first site to hit a million followers. 

Among the most active Twitter users in the poker community that follows:  Annie Duke, David Williams, Maria Ho and Lacey Jones. 

Brunson has fast become one of the most popular personalities on the website and an exemplary representative of the online poker sector. 

Christopher Costigan, Publisher 

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