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Gus Hansen cashes out Seven-Figure Stack at Bobby's Room

Tags: Bellagio, Bobbys Room, Gus Hansen, high stakes poker
Posted on 22 July 2019 by "T".
Gus Hansen is one of the few high-stakes poker pros who give us a glimpse of what goes on behind the doors of Bobby's Room at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. Even though he failed to cash a significant amount that befits a super high-stakes player during the 50th year anniversary of the WSOP (he won $20,200 for placing 689th at the 2019 WSOP Event #73: $10,000 Main Event), Hansen was able to accumul[...]   Read more » Gus Hansen cashes out Seven-Figure Stack at Bobby's Room

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  22-Jul-19, 14:10   #1
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CALICUL 
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I do not understand very well what was here and how much Gus Hansen lost with Dan Jungleman Cates, but if he lost all the money which he won the day before, then it is not ok. This professional player he does not know how to protect his bankroll. When you win a big amount, you have to put a part for personal life. He does not do that.

     
  23-Jul-19, 02:51   #2
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mocoteo 

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Chip porn Smile .

     
  23-Jul-19, 12:26   #3
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Mober 
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Quite some time, since we last heard about him winning a good amount of money.
It was one loss after another at some point, with a couple small breaks.
And even after this win which we dont know the exact amount, he lost money
once more. Story of his life Smile

     
  23-Jul-19, 13:37   #4
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pajalnick 

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I think I haven’t heard anything about Gus Hanson for quite a while ... Probably because he didn’t have any significant winnings or defeats .... And then the seven-digit number he could win .... it certainly deserves a separate news .... Probably because he already has a solid age so he doesn't play very much .... Although poker This is his life

     
  23-Jul-19, 14:20   #5
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CALICUL 
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There was another news a few months ago when Gus Hansen he had returned to high-stakes games where he had won something but other news has not been heard. I think he really loves the cash tables and MTT tournaments are less important to him.

     
  23-Jul-19, 15:50   #6
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TheMachineQC 

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I thought he said he was retiring last year when he kept on losing big money all the time. What happened to him since then? He's giving it a last shot or what?

Anyways I loved his style back in the poker after dark days because he was agressive and unpredictable but his problem is he tends to go to showdown a lot. And if he's losing more than 50% of those, he's probably not gonna be ev+ for that session.

     
  23-Jul-19, 19:14   #7
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dule-vu 

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well in this video it question is it real everything and how much money is in game!few months ago he was nowhere and now he have for buy in with 6 figures?thats bit strange,but ok,if he got this amount,enjoy in it!but somehow I think that soon we will hear bad things about him and how again he lost lot of money!

     
  23-Jul-19, 23:35   #8
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erru9107 
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Well, I wouldn't mind cashing out a 7-figure amount of money, and if I did I sure as h*ll wouldn't risk any big part of it. I would just go away and change my life for the better. But I'm sure the temptation to keep on playing would be really strong and i I know myself correctly, I would probably take at least one shot at a decent buy-in MTT.

     
  24-Jul-19, 14:15   #9
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CALICUL 
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Most players who win big money he does not risk how Gus Hansen does. This man has a talent to earn money and then to lose them. If we remember well he has lost over 20 million dollars in Full Tilt. This is unacceptable for most of the professionals players. With that money you've arranged for life.

     
  24-Jul-19, 14:32   #10
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pajalnick 

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Posted by CALICUL:
There was another news a few months ago when Gus Hansen he had returned to high-stakes games where he had won something but other news has not been heard. I think he really loves the cash tables and MTT tournaments are less important to him.

Of course, if he wins cash games, it’s quite difficult to track down these Victories ... Unless these Victories are as extraordinary as Victory ... maybe he plays and wins enough money to provide himself with cash games .... and multi-canteen tournaments for him, this is already a hobby ... since it is quite difficult to play for several days with great effort

     
  27-Jul-19, 14:39   #11
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CALICUL 
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Gus Hansen he is accustomed to playing long poker games. This man has a much better physical condition than many other players. His disadvantage is that he does not know when to stop. When you earned money, you have to take a break. You go on vacation. You're visiting your family. Gus does not do that. He plays and loses everything. This is very bad thing. It's a mania of the game.

     
  28-Jul-19, 05:23   #12
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demodawggy 

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.... Big Smile< ...I don't really pay much attention to all the news in the poker world,... but it seems it wasn't all that long ago that Gus got royally 'clobbered' by just about everyone,....which left him broke and begging for mercy from his new home under a bridge somewhere...! Big Smile

     
  28-Jul-19, 11:26   #13
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dule-vu 

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in his case this is very strange thing and especially when we all know what happend few months ago and in what problems he was!now in this days he have buy in for 6 figures and cashout for 7 figures!bit strange to me!or he got from somebody lot of money to gamble or this is video from some other players chips!

     
  28-Jul-19, 15:37   #14
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CALICUL 
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Gus Hansen knows best where he has money to play. He is a man of character and until now did not disappoint anyone. If he had debts, he paid them. If he borrowed money he paid. He is not a farer and a crook. He's a good man and a player who has a great passion, poker ...

     
  28-Jul-19, 18:41   #15
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pajalnick 

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Of course, hanson is a wonderful and famous poker player who has never seen any frauds .... so of course it's nice when this person reaches the next summit .... given that poker is his life, of course, from time to time he will win some significant money .... long life hanson

     
  29-Jul-19, 11:52   #16
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dule-vu 

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just wonder,how both of you know what kind of man is gus hansen?how do you know is he good or bad and how he spend his money!we had news that he lost so much money,then he need to ask other players for money,that he can play agian,so we dont know how he took this money and from which money!

     
  29-Jul-19, 16:17   #17
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CALICUL 
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Because i read more about him on various sites and on wikipedia. He's a man with quality and was not involved in the black Friday scandal. I saw that he was not involved in other scandals and is a player who knows how to lose. If he was a bad man we knew that but is not the case.

     
  30-Jul-19, 12:12   #18
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dule-vu 

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but player is in problems and he lost all money that he had and he need to take from other players that he can back money that he lost,that can make even more problems!we dont know did he gave back money to this people or not and with which money he play now!

     
  30-Jul-19, 16:44   #19
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CALICUL 
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You can find out, if you read news about him. I can't search for certain materials with him because i'm not allowed to write here, what i find on other sites. The BRM rule does not allow this and is not normal to look for what i know. Gus Hansen is a man which is appreciated for its fairness.

     
  1-Aug-19, 06:50   #20
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niallketch 
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Well isn't that just poker. Large peaks and large troughs! Join the rollercoaster ride people. Or play freerolls only...safe!

     
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