DoylesRoom is no longer in business. It was acquired by the Winning Poker Network in 2011 a few months after Black Friday. The poker site was named after Doyle Brunson. He no longer wanted his name associated with online poker and asked the new owners to remove it. The Winning Poker Network obliged and revived the Americas Cardroom name, which was idle since 2007, to replace the DoylesRoom brand.
DoylesRoom was a journeyman site. It started on Tribeca Tables in 2004. It moved to Microgaming in 2007 after Tribeca Tables banned U.S. players. Microgaming eventually banned U.S. players, forcing DoylesRoom to change networks again as the site was intent on staying in the American online poker market. The site moved to the Cake Poker Network in 2009. It faced financial difficulties on the Cake Poker Network and was bailed out by Winning Poker. Players were moved to that network. Americas Cardroom honored all player balances and liabilities.