Poker Legend Doyle Brunson Vents His Anger On Online Stalker

Poker Legend Doyle Brunson Vents His Anger On Online StalkerDoyle Brunson has had to contend with all sorts of unwelcome attention from haters since becoming a poker legend.
There was the incident last year, for instance, where Joan Rivers launched into her now infamous tirade against the poker star, saying, “Who the hell is Doyle Brunson? Who gives a damn? Die under a deck of cards!”
Now, Brunson has had to put up with another demented individual, in the form of an online stalker who goes by the name of  “LeeTheStrikerChagra”. The stalker seems to take great delight in posting insulting comments on any Brunson related articles and recently called him, “just another stetson wearing obese hick from texas.”
Being the well mannered, southern gentleman he is, Brunson manages to take most things in his stride but has recently taken offence from his unknown assailant, after his comments took an even more sinister tone. As Doyle explains:
“I admire the negative posters that sign their real names and I appreciate the positive ones. But the anonymous posters that want to be insulting and name calling really piss me off. When he insults my family and predicts me and my son will die within a year, he has crossed the line. I’d like to meet him in a dark alley sometime.”
“LeeTheStrikerChagra” has taken his online handle from the name of a top lawyer, who also happened to be the head of Texas’ biggest ever drug cartel. Doyle, however, was unimpressed by the poster whom he labelled a “coward”, and said he would “like to meet him in a dark alley sometime.”
Doyle Brunson recently blogged about his experience with fire arms, stating that he was a qualified marksman “with a Kimber .45 caliber automatic and a .357 magnum revolver” and that he had blacked out the bulls-eye on his target.
Just a fair warning, then, from a good ‘ole Texan gentleman that doesn’t take kindly to cheap swipes at his family. However, Doyle then went on to explain why he even bothered to respond to his stalkers comments:
“I shouldn’t have given him these five minutes in the sun but I’m afraid Cardplayer is going to kick him off.”

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