Brunson 10 Welcomes David “Doc” Sands As Newest Recruit

Brunson 10 Welcomes David “Doc” Sands As Newest RecruitDoyle Brunson has moved one step closer to completing his task of putting together a team of the youngest, most talented poker players on the planet, by announcing the addition of David “Doc” Sands to
The 25 year-old Californian poker pro cashed in at five No-Limit Hold’em events at this year’s WSOP competition for $88,416. That performance was good enough to earn 2,269.10 points on the “Brunson 10 Become a Legend leaderboard” and thus secure for himself a spot on the elite team.
With his latest WSOP exploits, David “Doc” Sands has now won in excess of $200k from live tournament cashes, but without a doubt it is online where this precocious talent has really plied his trade.
Over a few short years, Sands has made money at which ever poker site he has chosen to play at, including $825,399 at PokerStars, $1,168,199 at Full Tilt Poker,  $45,357 at AbsolutePoker, $243,601 at UB and $46,239 at Bodog.
He also holds a record breaking 8 major Sunday tournament victories, including the Full Tilt 750K guaranteed tournament for $133,000 and the PokerStars Sunday 500 for more than $90,000.
Talking about how he first got started playing poker for a living, Sands explains that while playing tennis at Hamilton College in New York, he managed to exploit a business edge after noticing that the school bookstore only offered around 10%  to re-buy used books. Sands then started buying used books from students himself before then selling them on and eBay. After notching up a $30k profit by the end of his first year, he then used some of the money to help fund his poker career.
David “Doc” Sands can now look forward to joining Doyle Brunson’s young guns, which include Daniel Kelly, Zachary Clark, Dani Stern, Chris Moorman, Amit Makhija, AlexKamberis and Steve Gross.

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