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Gus Hansen Approaching $10 Million Lifetime Losses on Full Tilt Poker

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
May/10/2013
Gus Hansen Approaching $10 Million Lifetime Losses on Full Tilt Poker

Gus Hansen is nearing the $10 million mark in poker, but unfortunately he’s in negative territory.

Data goes back to 2007.  Full Tilt Poker was shut down for nearly 9 months this past year.

From CardPlayer.com:

Around the summer of 2009 Hansen was sitting at about $1.7 million in profits on the site, but then went on a downswing that lasted more than a year. He was down about $10 million. However, in the fall of 2010, Hansen began one of the biggest heaters in the history of online poker. By the spring of 2011, he had erased about $6 million of those losses.

In just a 6 month period, the Danish poker star managed to lose a whopping $6.3 million.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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