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Tag: Gus Hansen

Hansen Busted

Gus Hansen began the day with a very solid stack of 90,000, but it seemed to be smaller every time we walked by and checked on it. Finally, he was no longer in his seat, so we asked the players at the table what happened.

Graff Takes from The Great Dane

With around 4,500 in the pot and a flop of , Vinny Graff bet 3,600 from the small blind and Gus Hansen called from the big. When the appeared on the turn, Graff kept the pressure on with a bet of 6,100 and Hansen stuck with him.

Hansen's in Great Shape

Gus Hansen, who entered this tournament very last minute, has been on quite a tear during his short Day 1 playing time. Hansen just called a raise in the big blind from the player in the small, after which the flop brought out .

Mizrachi Doubles Through Hansen

It was only a matter of time before Gus Hansen and Michael Mizrachi tangled. With the latter only having 10,000 in chips left, it was an easy shove holding and an easy call for Hansen holding .

Gus Hansen Takes His Seat

Gus Hansen had tweeted a few hours earlier that he was on his way to play the Main Event. He's now here and is sitting a few seats to the left of Michael Mizrachi in the back of the Gold section in the Amazon Room.

Hansen Busts; Counts from Table 361

Gus Hansen fired out a pot-sized bet of 40,000 on a flop of , and Jonathan Duhamel pushed out a stack of what looked like 200,000 or so. This sent the Great Dane into the tank, where he started talking to himself.

WSOP 2014: Gus Hansen

Gus Hansen is in the building, and playing! We had the chance to talk to him about the $50,000 Poker Player's Championship, The Big One for One Drop and cash games live and online: Video: http://www.pokernews.

Yu Passes The Test

Pot-Limit Omaha Gus Hansen effectively put Ben Yu to a decision for his tournament life, betting 45,000 into a pot of about the same size on a board.

Yu Down to a Nub

Pot-Limit Omaha We caught Gus Hansen firing 4,100 at a flop and Ben Yu coming along for the ride. Hansen fired again, making it 16,000 after the turn. Yu called.

Gus Hansen Eliminated by Ole Schemion

Gus Hansen is known for his high variance playing style. He showed this in the €100,000 Super High Roller where he entered late, and tripled up and busted within two levels. Here in the Main Event he didn't even make it to the second level.

Hansen Busts before Break

Daniel Colman opened for 18,000 from early position and Full Tilt Poker Professional Gus Hansen made the call from the small blind. Just the two players had a stake in the flop and Hansen chose to lead out at it for 27,000.

Haxton Takes Some Back

On a flop of Isaac Haxton checked from the big blind and Gus Hansen bet 16,000. Haxton made the call and they went to the turn card . Haxton checked again and called a bet of 32,000 from Hansen.

Gus Hansen Eliminates Tobias Reinkemeier

Tobias Reinkemeier has just been knocked out of the tournament by his neighbor Gus Hansen. The players at the table were needling Reinkemeier about his alleged over aggressive play, but that's about everything we know at the moment.

Early Double for Hansen

Full Tilt Poker Professional Gus Hansen paid his €100,000 entry fee and sat down with 40 big blinds. On the third hand his table had played he opened under-the-gun for 16,000.

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.

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