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Lame Layne Flack Attack on Doyle

17 December 2008, By: Pokerjunkie.com
The clown Layne Flack accuses Doyle Brunson of buying WSOP bracelets in the old days.

The clown Layne Flack accuses Doyle Brunson of buying WSOP bracelets in the old days.

This is the background: WSOP organizers are considering skipping rebuy events for the 2009 series, as they give pros the chance to "buy a bracelet".

Layne Flack, who happened to win an Omaha rebuy at the 2008 WSOP, is furious about this and said the following in an interview:

"That's bullsh--. It's not like there is no play. The field is huge."

"You want to talk about buying a bracelet? Let's talk about Doyle's bracelet when there were eight people in the tournament. The critics should look back in history and see where a bracelet has been bought."

So, out of nowhere the clown Flack - who made a complete fool of himself by drinking and screaming when Scotty Nguyen won the 2008 WSOP $50k H.O.R.S.E. - accuses one the classiest poker players of all time of buying a bracelet.

Of course, Brunson has responded to this in his blog:

"I thought this man was a friend of mine. Back in the early days of the WSOP, I certainly didn't even consider that a bracelet would have any value. I only played in 2 or 3 events a year because Jack Binion expected me to. I actually didn't pick up two bracelets in the 70's-80's because I already had a couple. I never won a tournament that had 8 people in it. There were only 14 entries in a mixed double tournament that Starla Brodie and I won. If I could find that bracelet, I would sent it to Layne and tell him to stick it where the sun doesn't shine," Brunson writes.

 

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