Doyle Brunson has expressed his frustration with the proliferation of television games that he finds himself involved in.

The veteran of the poker scene stated in his blog that he finds the structure of Poker After Dark too slow and said that he never seems to "hold a hand" in the sit and go competitions.

According to the ten-time World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner, he is constantly being asked to take part in either charity or television games.

To combat this, the 75-year-old star said he is going to try promoting the cash games, which are held at the Bellagio in Las Vegas.

Brunson has one of the most impressive records at the WSOP, having won the main event on two occasions, in 1976 and 1977, earning him more than $500,000.

His most recent triumph in the series was in 2005 in the $5,000 no-limit shorthanded Texas hold'em event, for which he claimed $367,800 in prize money.