Amit Makhija of the Brunson 10 Makes Waves at Poker Tourney

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2010 is starting off quite profitable for The Brunson 10. Doyles Room's Amit Makhija will finish in the money of the 2010 Caribbean Adventure at Atlantis Resort and Casino on Paradise Island and he's on track to become a serious contender for the top multi million-dollar prize.

With just over 100 players left on Day 3, Amit Makjija sits strong with 800,000 chips as of 7:30pm on Friday. The $10,000+300 buy-in event features a first-place prize of $2.2 million. With 1,529 entries, 224 spots will pay out.

Amit Makhija has emerged from 2009 as one of The Brunson 10's top contenders. He finished in 26th place in the Doyle Brunson 5 Diamond World Poker Classic, winning $28,569 for his performance. He also finished in the top 10 in five online poker and bricks-and-mortar poker room tournaments.

The Brunson 10 is Doyle Brunson's team of elite poker talent. Sharing the spotlight with Amit Makhija on the team are Chris Moorman, Alec Torelli, Zachary Clark and Dani Stern. Doyle Brunson, poker's biggest legend, will continue to handpick members to fill the five vacant spots on The Brunson 10.

For more information on The Brunson 10, visit DoylesRoom.com.


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Online since 2004, DoylesRoom (www.DoylesRoom.com) is the only online poker site to proudly bear the legendary Doyle Brunson name. DoylesRoom offers its players access to unequaled poker promotions, fast action, and countless opportunities to play with Doyle Brunson and other legends of the game. Poker players from North America and around the world can compete for the biggest stakes on the web or sharpen their poker skills while playing Texas Hold‘em and other popular games for free. 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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