Gus Hansen Continues Swinging Wildly At Full Tilt

Gus Hansen Continues Swinging Wildly At Full TiltGus Hansen has more gamble than most when it comes to putting his bankroll on the line. Back in November, 2011, for instance, the “Great Dane” lost close to $1.5 million over a 23 hour session playing FLO8 online.
A few months on and Hansen has had another one of those days this week after dropping a further $1 million at Full Tilt’s virtual felts. Helping themselves to the lion’s share of Hansen’s bankroll was Frenchman Alex “Alexonmoon” Luneau and SallyWoo who won around $450k apiece.
To kick proceedings off, Seb86 relieved Hansen of $164k of his money over an hour and a half session of  $1,500/$3,000 triple draw before Alexonmoon played the next 13 hours to book himself an impressive win. During their battle, nothing seemed to go right for Hansen, whose frustrations began to show after decrying his opponent’s luck by noting Alexonmoon’s rush was “beautiful to watch,” and after losing a particular hand typing; “Sorry I beat you this hand, you got really unlucky.”
Halfway through their marathon session, Hansen then opened up a table of $2k/$4k FLO8 against SallyWoo and got demolished over an eight hour session to the tune of $520k. Fortunately, Hansen had won $88k off SallyWoo earlier on in the day to finish down $434.6k overall to the cash game specialist playing out of Mexico.
Nevertheless, yesterday Gus Hansen was back in action once more at the $1k/$2k FLO8 and triple draw tables, and was able to extract a measure of revenge after booking a $560k win to finish the biggest winner on the day.
Despite showing a profit of $335,332 for 2013 so far, Gus Hansen is currently the biggest loser on Full Tilt since the site re-launced in November last year and is down a massive $2.86 million and $6.08 million overall since first playing on the site back  in 2007.

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