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Three DoylesRoom.com Poker Pros Sit Strong in Event #29 at WSOP

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Jun/17/2010

Seated in the $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship tournament at the World Series of Poker, DoylesRoom's top pros are continuing to demonstrate that they have unlimited potential.

Heading into Day 2 of Event #29, Hoyt Corkins holds the 4th place spot with 109,900 chips. Todd Brunson is within a few hands of the top spot in 13th place with 84,800 chips and Doyle Brunson, poker's biggest legend, is close behind in 26th place with 65,300 chips.

The $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship began on Tuesday with 171 players. Today, 107 players remain in the 3-day event that features a $1,607,400 prize pool.

"This is a great year for DoylesRoom.com pros," stated Julius Maxwell, Spokesman for DoylesRoom.com. "The Brunson 10, Doyle's team of new legends, are doing really well in Vegas and the more established legends are continuing to perform outstandingly."

To keep track of how DoylesRoom.com's pros are doing at the World Series of Poker, visit DoylesRoom.com.


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