Doyle Brunson stopped by ESPN.com for a chat today.
Brunson gave a ‚Äúno comment‚Äù on his proposed buy-out of the World Poker Tour (side note: WPT Enterprises again has posted great earnings‚Ä¶nice work if you
Brent (SF): Did Gus Hanson get busted in the Big Game earliery (sic) this year?
Doyle Brunson: (4:43 PM ET ) Yes, but he made a nice recovery. He got back what he lost, and then some.
Chops (Wicked Chops Poker): Covering the WSOP this year, your class at the table after a bad beat or defeat really stood out, especially compared to some of the younger players. That said, when you were a younger player, did you steam more? And if so, how did you teach yourself to just let it go…
Doyle Brunson: (4:50 PM ET ) I just let it go. If you cant handle that stuff you are in the wrong business.
Joey (Greenville, SC): Where would you rank Stu Ungar in all of the players in your past?
Doyle Brunson: (4:52 PM ET ) I think he’s the greatest tournament player of all time. I think that he’s not in my top 100 cash game players. He had no self-control or discipline.
Steve "Bullmer" (Santa Clara, CA): What are the three most important skills to becoming a successful poker pro?
Doyle Brunson: (4:26 PM ET ) Discipline, Recall, and Experience.