If you don't know who Doyle Brunson is, you may want to do some research before you start playing real poker. Brunson was the man behind the pinnacle of poker literature, "Super System." Now, along with other poker masters Mike Caro and Todd Brunson, Doyle is making his online view of poker a reality for players the world over with Doyle's Room. The site is a fairly new addition to the world of online poker, but offers some nice bonuses and interesting tournaments that make it a poker room to keep your eyes on.
There are two bonuses at Doyle's Room that are worth checking out. The first is an all around 25% bonus for first-timers. If that's not enough, you can boost it up to 35% if you decide to do your dealings via NetTeller, which is a reliable system and more than worth it for the extra money you're going to be making due to the increased bonus.
On the other side of the spectrum, there are a few things that Doyle's Room needs to deal with before it can be a real success. First of all, there aren't as many games here as there are in the big boys' sites. People can play hold 'em anywhere; what they like to see is something different. On top of that is the fact that the screen can be slightly cluttered at times while playing at Doyle's Room. While the information on the screen is nice and helpful, occasionally, it is just as often distracting from the real action.