Doyle Brunson plans to play at WSOP 2021

Doyle Brunson 2021

​The World Series of Poker returns this autumn and it will be held in a live format. The legendary poker player and owner of 10 gold bracelets Doyle Brunson announced his plans for the future with the intention of playing at WSOP 2021.

In this regard, Doyle wrote a post on his Twitter page:

Brunson's Twitter page

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Last time, the 87-year-old poker player took part in WSOP series in 2018. Doyle finished sixth in the $10 000 tournament and earned $43 963. As for the winner of that event, the experienced pro Bryan Rust managed to become the champion.  

After that, Brunson tweeted that it was probably the last WSOP for him. In an interview, he also stated the main reason for his appearance, namely his son Todd Brunson sent him a message and informed that he would be able to take part in the event on the second day.

Now, the fans of Doyle Brunson have a chance to see him at WSOP 2021 from 30 September to 23 November. On 25 October, a three-day event in 2-7 no-limit discipline starts, which is one of Brunson's favorite formats.  

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