Dutch Boyd, WSOP Bracelet Winner, Part-Time Domainer, Developing his Category-Killer Poker Domain Name Portfolio


Professional Poker player Dutch Boyd made Poker news when he won a WSOP Bracelet, and made Domain news last year when the owners of PokerHost.com unsuccessfully tried to take his domain name PokerHost.net through WIPO. 

Not only is he the second youngest law school graduate ever, a Pro Poker player, but he’s also a part-time domainer – registering hundreds of Poker-related domain names years ago when the popularity of poker was emerging.  Dutch not only blogs about his Poker exploits, but he also blogs about domaining, highlighting several of his domain name projects on the right sidebar of his website.

Dutch is also on Twitter @jacknames and plans on attending Traffic Vegas according to his latest tweet.

Dutch Boyd originally re-directed PokerHost.net to his personal blog during the WIPO panel, but now PokerHost.net is developed.  It’s uncertain if Dutch ultimately sold PokerHost.net or if he developed the website since it’s privacy protected, but he’s been busy developing several of his Poker names and even has plans of launching his own Domain Portfolio website called JackNames.com.  According to a note posted on JackNames.com back in August, construction of the domain site is in progress.