There’s a possibility, which Doyle Brunson have not played his last hand at the World Series of Poker after all. The living poker legend hinted about a possible WSOP return on Twitter last week.
In 2014, Doyle Brunson announced that he would no longer play the World Series of Poker tournaments, due to his age. The last tournament which he played was Main Event WSOP 2013, eventually he took 409th place and received $ 28,063. Despite this deep run, the legendary player said that he felt “like a truck had ran over him”. However, Branson is not to continued to play expensive cash games during the WSOP, which do not take so much energy.
So , last week Brunson announced his plans in Twitter , saying that this year he might play all the events for $ 10,000 at the WSOP. The final decision on whether he will participate in the world series of poker will depend on the health of his wife.
I actually am thinking about playing all the 10k events. Depends on my wife's health issues. https://t.co/7XybolsXOT
— Doyle Brunson (@TexDolly) May 16, 2017
It is worth noting that Doyle Brunson is one of the most titled and experienced players. In total, Doyle Brunson has 10 WSOP bracelets, including two wins in the Main Events WSOP in 1976 and 1977.