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Bring Out Your Bounty Hunter Spirit at Doyles Room

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In the Wild West, when local sheriffs needed help tracking down outlaws like Butch Cassidy and Jesse James, they put up “Wanted” posters offering huge rewards for their capture (Jesse James was worth $5,000). Rogue bounty hunters answered the call, doing whatever it took to bring in the bad guys, “dead or alive.” Today, those free-for-all days are long gone, but the bounty hunter stereotype remains. And there is a poker room where those with a bounty hunter spirit can fulfill their need to hunt while filling their pockets with cash bounties—that’s Doyles Room!

Every Wednesday night at 9:30pm ET, the pros at Doyles Room Poker put a bounty on their heads and then try to hold on for dear life as players try to claim it in the $50K Bounty Tournament. Each time one of the pro bounties get picked off, the player who took him out is rewarded $1,000 in bounty cash. Two knock outs and Doyles Room makes it $10,000. And if a bounty hunter manages to take out all three of the designated pros, they win a whopping $50,000 and plenty to brag about!

And, should a player be fortunate enough to knock out Doyle Brunson with 10/2, a hand that bears his name because he won the NL Holdem event at the World Series of Poker (WSOP) with it two years in a row (1976 and 1977), they will get $5,000 and the story of a lifetime.

The extra bounty money up for grabs is on top of the regular prize pool. The $10,000 or $50,000 bounty knockouts must be a Brunson 10 Pro, Mike Caro, Hoyt Corkins, or Doyle, Todd, or Pam Brunson. Any other Bounty knockout counts as $1,000 each. In the event of multiple pots involving the knockout of a Bounty, the winner of the pot that ultimately knocks out the Bounty will be awarded the Bounty prize, and if there are multiple winners in a pot involving the knockout of a Bounty, the Bounty prize will be split between them.

You can buy into the Doyles Room $50k Tournament and play for all the bounties you can collect for just $27.50 or work your way up in satellite tournaments for as little as $0.29. If you’re a first time Doyles Room player, you are invited to play in the bounty tournament for free. When the tournament ends, you will have the $27.50 buy-in returned to you, win or lose. And if you’re making your first real money deposit, you will automatically begin earning Doyles Room’s 110% Initial Deposit Bonus up to $550.

Without a doubt, the $50K Bounty Tournament at Doyles Room offers the best player value on Wednesday nights. But if you are planning on collecting any of the bounties, you had better bring you’re A-game because one thing is for sure—none of the Doyles Room pros are going to hand over their chips without a fight! Ride ‘em cowboy!

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