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Tag: Gus Hansen

PokerNews Podcast Episode #208: EPT Vienna feat. Gus Hansen

Kristy Arnett is in Austria for EPT Vienna, where she is joined by 2013 World Series of Poker bracelet winner Chad Holloway and PokerNews live reporter Remko Rinkema.

PokerNews Podcast Episode #208: EPT Vienna feat. Gus Hansen

Kristy Arnett is in Austria for EPT Vienna, where she is joined by 2013 World Series of Poker bracelet winner Chad Holloway and PokerNews live reporter Remko Rinkema.

PokerNews Podcast Episode #208: EPT Vienna feat. Gus Hansen

Kristy Arnett is in Austria for EPT Vienna, where she is joined by 2013 World Series of Poker bracelet winner Chad Holloway and PokerNews live reporter Remko Rinkema.

Gus Hansen's Tournament Ends on Day 3

Gus Hansen played an impressive three days of poker but his streak ended on the feature table late on Day 3. Hansen raised under the gun to 15,000 with 440,000 behind and Fabio Sperling called two seats from his left.

Stani Eliminated by Hansen

Gus Hansen opened for 11,000 and right next to him EPT Tallinn winner Kevin Stani shoved all in for a mere 67,500. After all other players folded, Hansen asked how much it was exactly and then said "I think... I am...".

Hansen Likes What He Says

Gus Hansen just called Zoltan Szabo's preflop shove after having put in a raise for about 120,000 total. "I like that," Hansen said when Szabo showed his . The Great Dane tabled and a straight up coin flip was upon us.

Two Big Hands from Table 18

We were camped out at Table 18 at just the right time as two back-to-back hands unfolded. In the first, a short-stacked Oliver Price moved all in from middle position for his last 49,000 or so holding the .

Hansen Doubles Paszkiewicz

Dariusz Paszkiewicz shoved from the small blind for just 31,600. Gus Hansen in the big blind, already up a lot for the day it seemed, made the call after some thinking.

High Fives for Hansen

Action folded to Gus Hansen on the button and he put in a raise, which was met by an all-in three-bet to 22,500 from Arian Ghofrani Far in the big blind. Hansen made the call and liked what he saw.

Another Hansen Hand

On a board Gus Hansen checked from the small blind. His neighbor, Hakan Inan from Switzerland, checked behind. The pot was rather big already though as the dealer got underway completing the board with the .

Chen Makes Hansen Fold

On the flop we just caught Gus Hansen call a 5,300-chip bet from Canadian pro Andrew Chen in position. The turn brought the and both players checked. The river brought the and Chen lead out for 9,000.

A Classic Gus Hand Beats Aces

Gus Hansen's been known all over the world for his creative and aggressive playing style, and he just showed German pro Marko Neumann that it still works.

Hansen Doesn't Win This One

The board showed when Hansen check-called a 2,800-chip bet from the player on his left. The turn brought out and quickly both players checked. On the river the popped up and Hansen lead out for 9,100.

Kings For Hansen

On a flop and Atik Miah from the UK checked it to Gus Hansen on thu button. "The Great Dane" bet out 1,500 in all but two of the small denomination chips he had. Miah called rather quickly.

Hansen Misses a Ton of Outs

Gus Hansen opened for 900 from middle position and was met by a three-bet to 2,600 from Atik Miah on the button. The blinds both folded, Hansen called, and it was heads-up action to the flop.

Hansen Faces Tough Challengers

Full Tilt's Professional Gus Hansen showed up late, as usual, and on top of that he's also facing two extremely tough opponents. Hansen, one of the most famous poker players in the world, has $11.

Haxton Busts a Sixth Time; Seiver and Hansen Also Exit

Of the nine players who entered at the start of Day 2, three have been eliminated, including Isaac Haxton who was in for his sixth bullet. Haxton lost a race with against the of Patrik Antonius. Antonius is now up to 390,000 chips.

A Selfie and a Knockout

Moments after taking a selfie with Gus Hansen, Dennis Huntly eliminated the Great Dane. Huntly opened to 1,600, Gus Hansen called, Barry Woods called in the hijack, and Jarred Graham defended his big blind.

Hansen Drops One To Goel

From early position, Gus Hansen raised to 2,000. Adesh Goel reraised to 4,000 on the button, and then Jamie Roberts called from the big blind. Hansen opted to reraise and made it 12,200 to go. Goel called, and Roberts folded.

Hansen Off to a Good Start with Early Double

Gus Hansen didn't register until the start of play, which meant he started with 30,000 in chips. He's now got more than double that.

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