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DoylesRoom.com returns to U.S. market
Doyle Brunson is what you might consider the legendary all-American poker player. Now his poker site has returned to the U.S. market as well, allowing Americans to play online against Texas Dolly and some of his pro poker friends.
WSOP bracelet winners Dewey Tomko and Captain Tom Franklin also frequent the tables. There are a few star players as well. Pamela Anderson, Nicky Hilton and Kevin Connolly are also regulars on the site.
Your best chance for getting to play against some of the pros is during the Bounty Tournaments.
For $27.50, you could play in a tournament featuring three pro players with bounties on their heads. Knock out one, and you've earned $500. Knock out two, and you're $5,000 richer. For knocking out all three of the targeted pros in the tournament, the prize is $25,000.
To sweeten the deal, DoylesRoom.com offers poker players a refund on their $27.50 the first time they play in the bounty tournament. Players pay the fee, and when the tournament is over, they can have the buy-in refunded even if they came out a winner from the tournament.
Poker players who sign up through PokerListings.com will already come out ahead on the poker site. By signing up at DoylesRoom.com via the site's links on PokerListings.com, players will be entitled to a 110% sign-up bonus of up to $660.
To qualify for the special bonus, players will need to deposit at least $200. Those depositing less than $200 when signing up on the site will only be eligible for the site's normal bonus.
Players can also earn a referral bonus of $25 for each friend they bring to the poker site.
All that extra cash could be put to use on some of DoylesRoom.com's special tournaments. Along with the regularly scheduled Bounty Tournament and the normal event schedule, the poker site is offering ways to win your way to the Master Classics of Poker in Amsterdam or to the WPT Boot Camp taking place in the Bahamas.
The Grand Final for the Master Classics of Poker promotion is taking place Sunday, Oct. 28. For a $1,000+$90 buy-in, players in the Grand Final will be trying for a $10,000 prize package that includes the tournament buy-in plus money for travel and accommodations.
If you're looking for a buy-in a little more suitable for your budget, there are weekly satellites to get into the Grand Final for $125+$10 each, or even daily satellites for as little as $12.50+$1.20 or $25+$2 to get into the weekly tournaments.
The final daily satellites run on Friday, and the last weekly tournaments will run on Saturday.
The Master Classics of Poker main event will take place at the Holland Casino in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Nov. 7-10.
One of the finals for WPT Boot Camp is also playing on Sunday. The second final will be Nov. 22, with the boot camp taking place Dec. 3-8.
Dozens of prize packages for the boot camp are up for grabs at the poker site, each worth about $7,000 as it includes the fee for the camp, travel and accommodations, as well as all of the perks involved in the boot camp.
WPT Boot Camp participants will head to the Crystal Palace Casino in the Bahamas where they'll take part in tailored learning labs to hone their game. Once the training is complete, they will get to take part in two exclusive tournaments with the winner taking home a Season Pass for the WPT events.
That Season Pass includes 10 $10,000 main event seats, plus $10,000 for travel expenses.
The top five finishers in the boot camp tournaments will also be awarded buy-ins to other WPT events.
The final online events for packages to the WPT Boot Camp cost $700+$50 to play. As with the Master Classics of Poker final, there are avenues for winning your way up to the final online events for much less.
Visit DoylesRoom.com to check out these and other tournaments available on the site and take a shot at playing with a poker legend.