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Doyle Brunson: "I start feeling bad"

Doyle Brunson has been gambling heavily for almost 60 years straight now. In the past few years however, he has cut down on the gambling and traveling and instead tried to take it easy and spend more time with his family. However, it seems like cutting down on the gambling part hasn't done him any good. According to Eli Elezra, one of Doyle's closest friends, Doyle has a hard time to appreciate li[...]   Read more » Doyle Brunson: "I start feeling bad"

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That's too bad, especially coming from a legend like Doyle.

     
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"almost 60 years straight now."

winners know when to stop...
Big Smile

     
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looks like Doyle is starting to shoot blanks Smile

     
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in before RIP

     
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This is bad cause I liked the way he played like a legend that he sertainly is! Heart I hope he gets better and will live his rest life to the full

Best of luck Doyle Thumbs Up

     
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Don't start feeling bad when the WSOP is on the verge to start... come on Doyle, I want you to win another bracelet Cool THAT would be insane , don't you all think? Worship Worship Worship

Best of luck Mr Brunson Smile

     
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sixty years playing poker! woow! Amazing! Doyle is a poker legend! Forever be remembered by all players and admirer of the sport! DOYLE GO ... GO T2

     
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Hello everybody!
When we like something why stop? To see his family so it's a good answer. But what's the point if your family see you unhappy and depressed. "
See you soon for a new post lol!

     
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People who have read his books know how much he has suffered to become a poker legend. For me, the best player in Poker History (sorry Stu). He is old now and it's time to relax and have fun of all he has won.

     
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Hope to see him back at tables soon. It's quite normal for a man who's 82 to feel tired sometimes but he's a lion and I'm sure he has so much to learn young players Blink

     
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i want to be a gamble like im if im also as rich as he is and i think that he dont have alot of years left in the bank Sad

     
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What about the Sun? The palm trees? Maybe sailing a yacht, whatever, he's got enough money.
I never got the "gambling" thing, but I DO understand the "Poker " thing. Big Smile

     
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Gambling is in his blood. After that many years, the ability to wind down is gone.

     
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Good to know how addicted to gambling people looks like ;p
Much better then they one's without that problem...
Anyway if you do something for whole life u can't drop... u just can't.

     
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Hello everybody!
Exactly, poker and gambling it all his life. In addition to single-handedly he embodies almost all part of poker history. And at least two of his children have taken this passion to their account. This will not turn before his death in my opinion.
See you soon for new posts lol! Cool Smile

     
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I hope he wins 1 bracelet this year's WSOP Good luck Doyle.

     
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I was ready to say "RIP DOYLE", but i won't Tongue
This guy is just LEGENDARY and he have all my respect !

     
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This is too bad, especially coming from a very good poker player and a good man. At least he's one addictive player that actually wins. There's nothing worse then a player who NEEDS the game and who is addictive, but ALWAYS loses Big Smile ...Kinda like me Aww crap! ....I don't really consider it an addiction though, but more like a hobby Cool lol

     
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'Doyle Brunson has been gambling heavily for almost 60 years straight now'

Love this line way to much! Smile Smile


     
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RIP Doyle

     
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