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  • Doyles Room Adds Chris Moorman to The Brunson 10

    Monday, September 28th, 2009 by t2admin

Doyle Brunson has been searching for young poker pros to sign to his online poker site, Doyles Room, to join his new team The Brunson 10. Doyle is creating the Brunson 10 to help bring a fresh look to his site and close the gap between the old school and new age of online poker. The most recent addition to The Brunson 10 is Chris Moorman.
Moorman is the fourth addition to The Brunson 10 as he joins the original members, Alec Torelli, Amit Makhija and Zachary Clark. Moorman is just twenty four years of age and is a known poker pro around the world. Moorman has already earned over $1.6 million in career winnings in a short period of time.
Doyle choose Moorman to be added to The Brunson 10 because he reminds him of the old days when Doyle was young poker player. Moorman plays a great poker game and makes it look easy. Brunson commented on his recent decision stating: “Moorman reminds me a lot of me, except for the British accent. He’s a poker natural, a legend in the making, and that’s why I’ve handpicked him to be the next member of The Brunson 10, my new team of elite poker players who truly are young legends of the game.”
Moorman has been very successful in both online poker and land tournaments. To date Moorman has earned one hundred and twenty four cashes along with nine career titles. Moorman will now use his talents at Doyles Room, along with the other team members, to help bring in more young players as well as helping the site stay fresh and current.
Doyle Brunson now has the task of finding six other young poker pros to complete The Brunson 10. It will be interesting to see who the next players are to join the team. Brunson should be announcing the other members of the new team in the near future.

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