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Gus Hansen V Phil Ivey  0   
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* Name: Gus Hansen


* Nickname: The Great Dane

* Current Residence: Copenhagen, Denmark
* Birth Date: February 13, 1974
* Birth Place: Copenhagen, Denmark
* Poker Room: Full Tilt Poker

Tournament Place Winnings
2008 WSOP, Event 54, Main Event No-Limit Hold'em 160th $41,816
2008 WSOP, Event 8, World Championship Mixed Event 10th $45,120
WPT Season 6, WPT World Championship 2nd $1,714,800
2008 Special, NBC Heads-Up Championship 5th $75,000
WPT Season 6, Bellagio Five Diamond World Poker Classic 22nd $57,815
WPT Season 6, WPT Spanish Championship 5th €100,600
2007 WSOPE, Event 3, No-Limit Texas Hold'em Main Event 10th £41,630
2007 WSOP, Event 55, World Championship No-Limit Texas... 61st $154,194
2007 Special, Aussie Millions 1st $1,500,000
EPT Season 2, Barcelona Open 5th €78,000
2004 WSOP, Event 33, World Championship No-Limit Texas... 150th $15,000

Player Statistics
Cashes 18
Total Winnings $5,974,851
First Place Finishes 5
WSOP Bracelets 0



* Name: Phil Ivey


Phil Ivey



* Nickname: Tiger Woods of Poker
* Current Residence: Atlantic City, N.J.
* Birth Date: February 1, 1976
* Birth Place: Riverside, California, United States
* Poker Room: Full Tilt Poker

Five WSOP bracelets

Tournament Place Winnings

WPT Season 7, Foxwoods World Poker Finals 21st $27,135
2008 WSOPE, Event 2, H.O.R.S.E. 6th £13,750
2008 WSOP, Event 45, World Championship H.O.R.S.E. 12th $159,840
2008 WSOP, Event 22, H.O.R.S.E. 24th $7,998
2008 WSOP, Event 14, World Championship 7-Card Stud 9th $37,130
WPT Season 6, World Poker Challenge 10th $46,832
2008 Special, NBC Heads-Up Championship 3rd $125,000
WPT Season 6, L.A. Poker Classic 1st $1,596,100
2007 WSOP, Event 26, H.O.R.S.E. 4th $65,424
2007 WSOP, Event 11, World Championship 7-Card Stud 2nd $143,820
WPT Season 6, Mirage Poker Showdown 5th $129,684
EPT Season 3, EPT3 Barcelona Open 2nd ?371,000
2006 WSOP, Event 20, H.O.R.S.E. 3rd $617,760
2006 WSOP, Event 12, Omaha Hi-Lo Split 2nd $219,208
2006 WSOP, Event 4, Limit Hold'em 21st $9,476
2005 WSOP, Event 42, No-Limit Hold'em Championship 20th $304,680
2005 WSOP, Event 5, $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo Split 54th $2,410
2000 WSOP, $2,500 Pot-Limit Omaha 1st $195,000
2002 WSOP, $2,500 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo 1st $118,440
2002 WSOP, $1,500 Seven-Card Stud 1st $132,000
2002 WSOP, $2,000 S.H.O.E. 1st $107,540

Player Statistics
Cashes 28
Total Winnings $6,214,708
First Place Finishes 6
WSOP Bracelets 5

     
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Hansen is a very good tourney player, but i guess that Ivey is the more complete poker player. He had had success in other forms of poker , like Stud, too.

     
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Hmm Gus Hansen lives in Monaco as far as I know, don't know who to pick they are both sick imo. I will let the results do the talking Dollar

     
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Ill have to say Phil Ivey, he is one of the most complete poker players at the moment... if you saw "The nuts" video of perfect player, many professionals said Ivey is perfect :O

     
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the best one should win Big Smile or the luckyest ? Big Smile

     
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Have not play'ed any of them yet...So voteed for Gus just to even up the vote

     
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I have to go with Phil Ivey for sure.

Gus is cool though but he`s a mad man lol.

     
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@GeneYuss

Im affraid you are right....to mad for his own good.

     
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Ivey is much better definitely. He has a real talent. Hansen is easier to read and sometimes he really plays like a fish.

     
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True, Ivey to a hard opponent. Gus sometimes plays like a fish whereas Ivey often makes huge laydowns. For Ivey is way better Thumbs Up

     
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Very difficult choice, both solid and aggressive.

Maybe in a tournament Hansen could have some possibilities more but I think Ivey is

better

     
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I vote for Hansen

     
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Posted by M3turbo:
@GeneYuss

Im affraid you are right....to mad for his own good.


Did you see the tournament he went all in almost every hand and won?

And have you read his book? I want to, I heard it's good.

     
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Gus is more agressive player than Phil and i like his style more so i go for Gus

     
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Posted by GeneYuss:
Posted by M3turbo:
@GeneYuss

Im affraid you are right....to mad for his own good.


Did you see the tournament he went all in almost every hand and won?

And have you read his book? I want to, I heard it's good.


Yes I saw that tournament it was pretty crazy, he allmost did same style in latest WPT but donked of his chiplead by calling 3bets with rag gappers and when he finally got his money in good T8o on AT8X villain couldn't give him credit and called with A9s TP+nut draw and completed on river.....bye bye Gus Aww crap!

Btw haven't read his book yet but I also heard great things about it but mostly about tours I think.

     
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has to be phil imo. online anyway. his bankroll management is so good. Hansen is a mad man online.
soon as he sits down the tables fill up. awesome to watch

     
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Phil is my pick too. Gus is not bad but as lots of you said, complete player.

     
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Posted by GeneYuss:
Posted by M3turbo:
@GeneYuss

Im affraid you are right....to mad for his own good.


Did you see the tournament he went all in almost every hand and won?

And have you read his book? I want to, I heard it's good.



ye i have read his book about how he plays every hand n wins in the aussie millions '07 is that the one u r referring to geneyuss
uhmm i dont know if u would call it good because it just tells u the way he approached every hand but it is truely a good insight into gussys mind the mad mind lol

as far as ivey vs hansen goes
it has to be ivey hands down hes the most feared cash game player on the planet but i do believe gus is a much better mtt player than phil

     
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Posted by GeneYuss:
Posted by M3turbo:
@GeneYuss

Im affraid you are right....to mad for his own good.


Did you see the tournament he went all in almost every hand and won?

And have you read his book? I want to, I heard it's good.


Yea but he played that right. blinds where high and he had t win, couldnt have played it better!

     
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i will try to add a good example of why its not good to mess with ivey.. unless you have very deep stack,,, im sure sahamy boy can take a beat like this.. but even if hes rich it had to hurt.. almost 200k pot,, and believe me zigimund got all the money in after the flop when he hit trips,, with a flush draw out there,, and knowing how aggressive ivey is,, this is a good example of, dont play cash games over your limit,, ivey caught a magic river jack.. to crush zigi, and put him down 100k.. ouch ouch ouch.. i can only imagine what he said when that jack hit .. Aww crap!

you can be way ahead and play your best game,.. and someone elses mistake, bad luck , or a combination of the two can empty your bankroll in hurry.. Shock

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