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Did Doyle Brunson Know the DoylesRoom Indictment Was Coming?

24 May 2011, By: compncards
So long and thanks for all the fish 430x285
So long and thanks for all the fish 430x285

It is a common and popular fact that if things look too good to be true, they usually are.

For example, in the poker world, Phil Hellmuth always assumed that he was the most intelligent player in the game instead of the THIRD most intelligent.

The second most intelligent player is of course Doyle Brunson who, oddly enough, seemed to know the impending online poker doomsday. He made many attempts to alert the poker populace of the danger, but most of his communications were mistaken as amusing poker anecdotes such as "You don't stop playing because you get old, you get old because you stop playing."

So he eventually decided he would leave DoylesRoom.com by his own means. The last-ever communication was misinterpreted as a surprisingly out-of-character "triple range merge" against Daniel "Jungleman12" Cates, but in fact the message was this:

So long and thanks for all the fish.

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