Some time ago we wrote that Gus Hansen was on his way to Macau to check out the insane high stakes games. According to what Gus Hansen wrote in his blog then, he wasn't sure whether or not he would take part in the biggest games.
Now we can confirm that Hansen joined the action in Macau last week and played against Phil Ivey, John Juanda, Andrew Robl, and several Asian businessmen at stakes[...] Read more » High Stakes: Gus Hansen scores 7-figure profit in Macau
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 37 (M)
Chinese are always Chinese. They are used to work a lot, hard, and not with very good conditions so, giving them the possibility to play a game they also like (we just have to look at the number of casinos in Macau to make an idea of how much they like to play), they can be doing that much more time than they pass working. But looks like Gus didn’t had to spend that much time at the tables to win big. He is filling his pockets a lot. Will this winnings count for the biggest wins rank?
Joined: May '08
Age: 32 (M)
i just wonder does gus really means what he says- would like to see the face of a guy who is losing million after million- not very likely to see a smile on his face imho. as far as the rich businessmen goes- probably they are richer than just rich- so million here, million there- they do not care that much...
Joined: May '09
Age: 30 (M)
the rich chinese businessmen he's playing with are known to be big gamblers and with his skill level it was just a matter of time, he won big. lets see if there are more interesting stories coming from macau