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Todd Brunson Wins $5 Million From Texas Billionaire Andy Beal

Tags: Andy Beal, Bellagio, bobbys room, Doyle Brunson, high stakes, Todd Brunson.
Posted on 26 January 2015 by "T".

Picture taken from outside Bobby's room - where Loman followed the epic heads-upOn Saturday, poker pro Kyle Loman tweeted about a massive game taking place in Bobby's Room at Bellagio in Las Vegas. Todd Brunson, son of poker legend Doyle Brunson, and Andy Beal, a Texas billionaire who made his fortune through real estate and banking, played heads-up limit hold'em with $50,000/$100,000 blinds. The two bought in for $5 million each and Brunson had all the chips in play at the end of the game. 

Todd Brunson tweets almost every single day about poker and other activities, though, he has not mentioned anything about the massive win. A tweet last Thursday however suggests that he was getting ready to play Andy Beal.

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13 comments on "Todd Brunson Wins $5 Million From Texas Billionaire Andy Beal"

 Sorin88826/01/2015 09:57:29 GMT
in the early 2000s Beal took on a team of professional poker players called 'The Corporation' which included Todd Brunson, Doyle Brunson, Jennifer Harman, Ted Forrest, Gus Hansen, Howard Lederer and Phil Ivey.
The matches were all heads-up Limit. Beal attempted to take the professionals out of their comfort zone by playing very early in the morning and raising the stakes beyond which has ever been seen in poker.
The Corporation ultimately won against Beal, but he also felted them several times in their battles. In the final matches in 2004, Beal lost $16 million to Phil Ivey.
 pochui26/01/2015 10:24:22 GMT
well i guess any billionaire can afford himself to lose $5 mil here $5 mil there once in a while... what this turns out is that he will have one new car less in his garage or one balls shave procedure delayed until next pay check... not that he will starve, like i would if i lost a $0.10 sng
 doubletop77726/01/2015 10:29:38 GMT
What an insane amount of money these guys are playing for. Fifty thousand and one hundred thousand dollar blinds is just crazy. Congrats to Todd Brunson on his win and i hope he enjoys his winnings
 Werewolf199226/01/2015 11:32:30 GMT
$5 million, ... lot of money. I will be so happy, if I can afford myself to loose 5000 $ in one party. Congrats to this man. If he can play, and he had luck he deserves it. I can imagine what can I do with $5 mil. :3

$5 million, ... lot of money. I will be so happy, if I can afford myself to loose 5000 $ in one party. Congrats to this man. If he can play, and he had luck he deserves it. I can imagine what can I do with $5 mil. :3
Is there any site or anything, where I can watch the party? So much desire to see this match.
I can't edit my first comment. Sad

Oh? This is how works. Smile
 Heskor26/01/2015 14:13:49 GMT
Well keep it up man , keep winning this is why poker is so good you can win lot of money with a small buy in nowadays so get a bankroll and start playing those tournaments and who knows you might get lucky and also there are those flip tournaments so even more chance for a win if you won the ticket freely and if you lucky and so on, anyway have fun at the tables and good luck at the tables, cheers peace out guys!
 klash2326/01/2015 14:42:22 GMT
Wow....blinds are $50,000 and $100,000 that sounds crazy to most people and even if I was a billionaire I don't think I would be playing someone as experienced as Todd Brunson for that amount of money.It does sound like he is no stranger to the poker world himself,I would love to know how much he has lost in his time at the tables.
 Skpmorita26/01/2015 19:41:27 GMT
rich business men are the dream of professional poker players
you can ask most of them
they tell you if they weren't for those billionaires the poker players wouldn't have become millionaires
it is like the circle of life
well he can say goodbye to his money
 Fakiry26/01/2015 19:45:01 GMT
Wow. People who works in banks and manages financial products always seems to think they're the ones who know how to multiply money. Poker sure is a way to do so, but it is needed to know how to play. Having a lot of chips isn't enough to attract more chips. This must have been a great lesson.
 bowie198401/02/2015 00:25:06 GMT
Based on his tweets Todd isn't the sharpest tool in the shed but good for him I guess, getting 5 million is a good pay for an evening's worth of work especially in Vegas. Also seems to me that not all the high roller games went to Macau, just the rest pretty much flew under the radar so the participators won't get later nagged about it in the media.
 bowie198403/02/2015 00:45:10 GMT
I looked after his bio, so I am able to form valid opinion now... Big Smile
Here's the thing, he was a TexasTech alumni but dropped out to play poker professionally and he doesn't give a damn about the live tournament circuit no more 'cuz he is playing on the high roller cash tables at the Bellagio. Seems like a born gambler. Good for him I guess.Like father like son.
 godoy18/04/2018 05:58:03 GMT
And son of fish fish and me or the apple does not fall far from the foot that this 5kk and for the few or for only the two more this and a lot of money think about what can be done with so much and here I am grinding mos linari micros 0, 55centavos drips there a capile who knows kkkk
 dule-vu18/04/2018 08:24:33 GMT
I start to write whole post about such a sick game,but now I see that this post is 3 years old and its not normal that you godoy find every few days this kind of old threads and that you write post in them!this should be locked!
 Sorin88818/04/2018 11:14:49 GMT
Well ,2017 was not so good for Todd acording to the HendonMobPoker,at least official poker tournaments
07-Jul-2017 United States $ 10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship (Event #72)
48th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2017, Las Vegas 13th $ 14,667
24-Jun-2017 United States $ 10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo Championship (Event #48)
48th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2017, Las Vegas 14th $ 19,130
09-Jun-2017 United States $ 365 No Limit Hold'em - The Giant (Event #19)
48th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2017, Las Vegas 1216th $ 588
08-Jun-2017 United States $ 10,000 Dealers Choice - 6 Handed Championship (Event #17)
48th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2017, Las Vegas 15th $ 14,783
05-Jun-2017 United States $ 1,000 No Limit Hold'em - Tag Team (Event #10)
48th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2017, Las Vegas 99th $ 390
02-Jun-2017 United States $ 565 No Limit Hold'em - The Colossus III (Event #5)
48th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2017, Las Vegas 1183rd $ 1,339

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