The History of Doyle Brunson, Zynga Goes Omaha, and PokerGO Signs Another Deal – Agora Poker

ICYMI: The History of Doyle Brunson, Zynga Goes Omaha, and PokerGO Signs Another Deal

ICYMI: The History of Doyle Brunson, Zynga Goes Omaha, and PokerGO Signs Another Deal

The 2022 World Series of Poker is going on as we speak, but the world of poker is not exclusively inside Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas. In this version of “In Case You Missed It (ICYMI),” we will look at some of the other news that has come to the fore. You will learn about the history of Doyle Brunson, PokerGO’s new tournament deal and, if you’re a Omaholic, Zynga Poker has something for you.

Outstanding Feature Story on Doyle Brunson in Texas Monthly

If you’re a part of the poker world, then you have a soft spot for the man known as “The Godfather of Poker,” Doyle Brunson. While some may think they know it all about the ten-time WSOP bracelet winner, an article in Texas Monthly gets the “legend of Doyle Brunson” all into a massive feature article. It is well-worth a read for both those who know nothing about the two-time WSOP Championship Event winner and those who think they know it all.

In the article, written by Joe Levin for the July 2022 issue of the magazine, the entire life of Brunson is relived. The good moments – including his history at the WSOP and the rough and tumble climb to that level – and the bad – the death of his daughter Doyla – are covered in the article, among other things. Levin does an excellent job of reaching out to many in the poker world for their comments on Brunson and incorporating that commentary into the extensive missive.

As we will not see Brunson at this year’s WSOP, we can only genuflect on the man who has made the game of poker what it is today. Head to Texas Monthly to check out that article and prepare to learn more about a man we thought we knew everything about.

Zynga Poker Adds Omaha Hold’em

Know what you’re saying – an online poker room that does not offer Omaha Hold’em in 2022? – but the venerable “free poker” site Zynga Poker had avoided it to this point (at least in the States). That changed over this […]

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