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David Doc Sands of DoylesRoom.com Invades Europe

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Nov/23/2010
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Somebody get David “Doc” Sands an honorary European passport. The member of The Brunson 10, Doyle Brunson’s team of legends-in-the-making, is spending the next several weeks in Europe to play in three poker tournaments with the goal of winning millions of Euros.

David Sands’ European adventure first takes him to Barcelona for EPT Barcelona. The Main Event began on November 22nd and runs through to the 27th. The €5,000+300 event is capped at 1,000 players and Sands is looking to beat every single one of them.

Following EPT Barcelona, Sands heads to the Grand Final for the FTP Series – Espana. The €3,000 + €200 buy-in tournament features a guaranteed prize pool of  €550,000.

Finally, on December 13, Sands will jump over to Prague for another EPT event at the Hilton. The 5,000+300 Euro event is capped at 700 players.

David “Doc” Sands' career earnings top $2.3 million thanks to a number of impressive performances at major live events. At the 2010 World Series of Poker, the Brunson 10 pro cashed in five separate events, winning over $88,000. Sands also has a stellar EPT history, cashing in two events this year alone.


Online poker fans can follow along with David Sands’ European adventure at DoylesRoom.com.

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