The Godfather of Poker has done and seen it all, but have you seen all the action that includes him on PokerGO? This week on the Weekend Binge Watch, we dive into some of our favorite content pieces available that feature Texas Dolly in anticipation of the launch of Dolly’s Game on January 7th, live on PokerGO.

Having been featured dozens of times on Poker After Dark during its initial run before Black Friday, Brunson held his own with ease. In the first season alone, Brunson appeared on three of the ten shows, but he remained without a win in the Sit & Go format. This changes during the second season when he came out on top during “World Series of Legends” week versus a cast of player that included Erik Seidel, Phil Hellmuth, and T.J. Cloutier. Relive that action on PokerGO now with the Director’s Cut episode that features all the big moments.

As the seasons progressed, Brunson appeared on the big Poker After Dark cash games as well with regularity. During Season 4, Brunson was featured in a cash game going up against Patrik Antonius, Gabe Kaplan, and Eli Elezra, which you can watch right here. Check out all season of Poker After Dark in The Vault on PokerGO right now.

This past summer, Brunson played what could possibly be his final ever World Series of Poker Event. While Brunson later said that he might make a return in 2019, it was still a sight to behold seeing Texas Dolly make another final table. You can watch that action right here on PokerGO.

And now for the main course of this article, Doyle Brunson’s mixed game on the return of Super High Roller Cash Game in December. In the player below, you get to enjoy the massive $3,000/$6,000 action with the likes of Gus Hansen and Dan ‘Jungleman’ Cates.

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