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Poker Phenom Gus Hansen Up $548k in PLO Over Past Weekend

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Aug/13/2012
Poker Phenom Gus Hansen Up $548k in PLO Over Past Weekend

In a mere 48 hour period this past weekend, Danish poker pro Gus Hansen managed to go up $548k in PLO with his return to the high stakes online tables. 

From HighStakesDB.com

Thankfully for Gus his first major splash has been in the right direction as he has won $431k playing $200/$400 PLO in the past 24 hours - $350k of which he won in a late night/early morning session…..In total Hansen is now over $1/2 million dollars over the past two days in the PLO games. He has

It was one way traffic all heading towards Hansen as during the session he also produced seven of the ten biggest hands of the past 24 hours, including the top three.

Hansen is one of the most accomplished players on the poker scene today yet his play is often seen as “reckless”.  Midway through August of 2010, Hansen was down $7.7 million on the year, and that was just playing online poker.  At the time Hansen had vowed to retire from playing poker.

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- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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