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Doyle’s Room relaunches in Europe

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Several months after closing down their US-facing operations and transferring US player accounts to Full Tilt Poker , Doyle's Room is returning to the online poker scene with a splash in the UK and Europe. The Living Legend himself, Doyle Brunson, will be in London in September for the inaugural WSOP-Europe, and he has timed the launch of the new-look Doyle's Room poker site to coincide with his personal trip across the pond.

"It's the perfect time to launch the new-look," said Brunson. "I have watched poker evolve for over 50 years now and continue to play in some of the biggest games in the world. Right now, London is buzzing about the upcoming WSOP hitting Europe - if you want to go heads up against me, register with and look out for my screen name TEX_DOLLY."

Doyle's Room boasts pro players like Doyle and Todd Brunson, as well as "Crazy" Mike Caro. The Mad Genius of Poker is a long-time friend of Brunson's and a regular player at Doyle's Room. Doyle's Room players can compete against the Brunsons in cash games, tournaments, or sit n' gos, and can get online advice from Caro, the founder of the first ever permanent poker school.

Brunson earned his title of the Living Legend of Poker honestly, winning 10 WSOP bracelets, millions of dollars in cash games, and rewriting the book (literally!) on poker strategy with his seminal work on the topic Super System in 1978. He has published several other books and countless articles on poker, including Super System 2 in 2004, and his latest book, My 50 Most Memorable Hands.

So sign up for Doyle's Room now to participate in their weekly Summer Freerolls. The tournaments culminate in a $25,000 "Finale Freeroll" where the winner will not only get their share of the prize pool but the opportunity to play heads-up against Brunson for an additional $25,000 prize.

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