Has Doyle Brunson Lost that Loving Feeling?

At least it seems that way in his chat with Tiffany Michelle of PokerNews.com as he talks diplomatically about the crap the Fristian fascists pulled off last October and how that has affected his passion for playing poker.

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3 Responses

  1. Iknowthetruth

    April 27, 2007 2:52 am, Reply

    Wow Doyle, you moved to Microgaming, the most rigged system on the internet. You should be happy. Im wondering if you actually play on that disgrace to honest poker players, Microgaming?

  2. justamatteroftime

    November 21, 2007 2:48 am, Reply

    Maybe Doyle will fit in perfectly within the Microgaming ‘system’.
    After all, Doyle isnt exactly a squeeky-clean character himself, is he:)

  3. commoncriminals

    November 29, 2007 9:33 am, Reply

    The Microgaming software has a ‘demo mode’ feature for use by the system admins of whichever client has purchased a licence for microgaming software.this feature is suppossed to be used for software intergration & installation for new clients.
    Part of this demo feature is a ‘poker skill level’ which is supposed to be used as a fun way for system admins to get familiar with the product and settings.
    Howerver, their is a problem – this demo mode feature (and the skill setting variables) can be taken into live-play.
    If you’ve ever wanted to go outside and jump off a high building due to the run of badbeats you’ve been dealt at a microgaming product,you now know whats going on.
    To put it in a nutshell for you, the microgaming software can be set to eliminate skill :)

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