Doyle Brunson scared his followers on Twitter

Doyle Brunson

The posts of famous poker players on social networks are often provocative, and they also cause the ruckus and a lot of discussion in the poker community.

For example, at the end of January, the professional poker player and blogger Douglas Polk accused the GPA organizers of bias due to the fact that he wasn’t included in any of the nominations.    

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In early February, another famous poker player “caused a stir” on Twitter. Doyle Brunson, who is the member of Poker Hall of Fame, the holder of 10 WSOP bracelets, as well as co-author of more than 10 poker books, wrote a short post on Twitter with three words: “I can`t breathe.”

This tweet wasn’t accompanied by any punctuation, emoticons and etc., and it caused a stir among Doyle's followers. Some poker players began to suspect the worst by thinking that Branson was no longer alive.  

Others appreciated the sense of humor of the legendary poker player. In any case, Doyle scared the majority of his followers, and ignoring the comments for a long period escalated situation.  

Everything ended on the day when Brunson finally answered one of his followers:  

Doyle Brunson's post

Despite his age and health problems, Doyle Brunson actively writes the posts on Twitter.

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Cardmates journalist, news editor and translator since 2016. Specialization: poker news and review of events.
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