Though he was not one of our 296 entrants in today's tournament, Doyle Brunson's presence is still being felt out in the Player's Pavilion.
On a board showing Q-J-2, the action was checked around to Annie Duke, who took a stab at the pot; she was called by a single opponent.
The turn brought a King and both players checked, opting to see the river. The last card off the deck was a 10, and again both Duke and her opponent knuckled the felt. Duke's opponent said, "two pair," before turning over 10-2 offsuit, the hand made famous by Doyle Brunson who won two World Championships with it.
Duke wasn't amused and subtly shook her head as she tossed her cards in the muck.