In the last one week at Full Tilt Poker, Gus Hansen has been in amazing form, winning one million dollars over a game of pot-limit Omaha and limit deuce to seven triple draw games. This one million has raised Hansen’s worth to a whopping four million dollars as on 2011. This is no surprise considering Hansen was always a poker player to watch even in the beginning of his career as a poker player.
However, this Danish poker player is known for his quick and rash beginnings. While he began by accomplishing multi-million dollar victories in the year 2009 and 2010, Hansen almost spent the rest of the years in a complete loss.
When compared to half a million dollar players in the previous years in the online gambling industry, Hansen is one of the few expert players who have undeniably made a strong impact even though his winnings have hardly crossed six figures in the recent past.
Hansen’s noteworthy attempts in the last one week is the game he played contesting Andreas “skjervoy” Torbergsen at $500-$1,000 pot-limit Omaha, both capped and uncapped.
XWINK, a new player to the gaming scene deteriorated and lost against Dan “jungleman12” Cates at $50-$100 and $100-$200., while Hansen was making a steady winning at the top most pot limit Omaha stakes provided by Full Tilt Poker.
Unfortunately for XWINK, it has become clear that almost all of his earnings have completely dwindled in the last two weeks especially after the anonymous Canadian poker player bagged two million dollars across a course of three days in the beginning of this month, playing with a maximum of $500-$1,000 pot-limit Omaha.
Gus Hansen, the online poker expert hails from Copenhagen in Denmark and currently lives in Monaco. In his stint at poker, he has bagged three world poker tour open championships, the Aussie millions chief event in 2007 and was also the season one winner of the Poker Superstars Invitational Tournament.
Prior to starting a career in poker, Hansen was an ace backgammon player and a tennis champion. Hansen addresses himself as a professional poker expert and is associated with several poker sites such as the pokerchamps.com, theplayr.com and also GusHansenTV.
Despite making so many victories, Hansen has also had several money issues owing to his losses in live cash poker games. Hansen is a patron at the Bellagio Casino in Las Vegas and participates in the Big Game.

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