Doyle Brunson 10 Down To Four As Alec Torelli Leaves

DoylesRoom was left with four sponsored pros after Alec “traheho” Torelli left Doyle’s budding Brunson 10 in order to be involved in a venture elsewhere, believed to be a new poker site starting on the Everleaf Network.
Alec Torelli joined Doylesroom in July 2009 and following last week’s announcement of his departure, the site commented:
“ confirmed that they are not renewing their contract with Alec Torelli. The online poker player is moving on to another project.”
Torelli (22) has earned around $1,696,875 in his on and offline poker career so far and has an enviable track record at cash games. The young poker sensation is also a tournament specialist and has a list of big wins including two events at the Festa Al Lago WPT series for around $200,000 and a 6th place finish at the 2009 WSOP Event #2 for $329,730.
The site’s press release stated: “Since launching The Brunson 10, Doyle Brunson and the poker room that bears his name have been bombarded by poker players looking to sign with, including a number of players who already have contracts with other poker sites.”
The four remaining pros at the site are Chris “moorman1” Moorman, Amit “amak316” Makhija with over $2 million career wins, Zachary “CrazyZachary” Clark the nephew of the legendary late Chip Reese, and  Dani “ansky” Stern with around $820,000 in career poker earnings.
As Doyle Brunson’s quest to put together a team of 10 young pros to represent his site continues, DoylesRoom President Will Griffiths said:  “I’d like to see us make an announcement pretty soon. We’re not at that stage right now, though, and are waiting for people to get back from the Bahamas.”
DoylesRoom is located on the Cake Poker Network, which includes Cake Poker, Lock Poker, PlayersOnly, and PokerHost.

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