The New "Brunson 10" Manager Named As Pam BrunsonJanuary 27, 2010 9:43 am
Doyle’s very own daughter, Pam Brunson, has just joined the family owned business at DoylesRoom.com and been named as the new “Brunson 10” manager.
The poker website has grown in popularity since it started in 2004, and one feature of the site has been Doyle’s quest to put together a team, which he has called the “Brunson 10.” As Will Griffiths, the President of both DoylesRoom.com and DoylesCasino.com explained at the time:
“We’re looking to pick people who are under 25, who are achieving at the highest level, and who have potential at becoming the future legends.”
It will now be Pam’s responsibility to manage, organise and handle PR requests for the Brunson 10, which presently includes Zach Clark, Amit Makhija, Chris Moorman and Dani Stern. In the meantime, her father Doyle, will have his time freed up to track down, recruit and complete his elite team.
As well as pursuing top poker players, Doyle has also been relentlessly recruiting a number of top business professionals to top posts at his site, to further expand and develop his business, including the roles of President, CFO, CTO, and Director of Affiliates.
Following the announcement of Pam’s appointment, Doyle commented: “Mark my words, 2010 will be the year of The Brunson 10. I’ll be spending the next 11 months filling the remaining six spots with online poker players who’ve proven themselves. Thanks to the smartest people in the industry now on board at DoylesRoom.com to help, that task should be a really easy one.”
Pamela Brunson was born 1964 in Fort Worth, Texas and graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio with a bachelors degree in sociology. After 3 years playing professional poker, she then went to work for a retirement home in Southern California as a receptionist but soon moved up the corporate ladder to accounting manager, marketing director, and then executive director to some of the best retirement communities in the US.
Since moving back to Vegas, Pamela has started investing in real estate, and of course playing some poker. In 2007, not only did she cash twice at the WSOP but she managed to outlast both Doyle and brother Todd. She also took down the Legends of Poker ladies tournament in the same year, where she cashed for $44,000.