There’s a quote that I really like: “You either die a hero or live long enough to be a villain.” Doyle Brunson came to prove that those were just words, and he left us this Sunday afternoon because, by consensus, because A hero, a legend that will never be forgotten.
Amidst these turbulent emotions, one showed the poker world just what “Tex Doyle” could be. Doyle was the first player to win $1 million in poker and the first player to win the WSOP Main Event twice in 1976 and 1977.
It is these stories that make legends. Coincidentally, both games were won by T2. That’s enough to earn the hand the name “Doyle Brunson.” Due to the mystery surrounding this hand, it is normal to play more than usual, not because it is a strong hand, quite the opposite, but because it is a historical fact.
Scott Seiver thinks so. Scott, one of the greatest players in modern poker, faces Doyle Brunson and decides to take Tex’s hand against him. “When I first played him, I bluffed $40,000 out of desperation because I had T2o and wanted to show him I could beat him with it,” he wrote.
It didn’t work out and Doyle was rewarded and took the chips. “When he put away the pot, he just looked at me, smiled and said, ‘Do you know how many people have given me their chips?
He asked me if he would try occasions in the future .After repeating the move contrary to the legend, Seiver firmly insisted, “Of course. “It’s just a story that shows the greatness of Doyle Brunson and how T2 made more money for Americans than any of them. Main event.