Gus Hansen Hints At Return To Tournament Poker

Gus Hansen Hints At Return To Tournament PokerIt has been 3 months since Gus Hansen parted ways with Full Tilt, and even by the Danish pro’s reckoning his sponsorship deal ending with the poker room probably came at the right time to give him “some breathing space.”
After all, the 40 year-old pro dropped a huge $20 million or so playing on the site, including in 2013 losing $8,461,472, and in 2014 a further $5,864,263. Becoming the biggest loser in the history of online poker is obviously a title the “Great Dane” could have done without, but his recent break away from the game has at least given him the chance to put his own game into perspective, and talking to Denmark’s poker news source Pokernyhederne, Hansen had these choice words to say:
“If you should rate my table selection, it would be about the worst that has ever been seen. Also, my tilt factor is about the worst in the world and my stubbornness is about the worst. It’s obvious that some of these factors have weighed in a led to my bad results.”
As to what his future poker plans involve, Hansen said as far as cash games are concerned he would probably move down to $25/$50 no-limit hold’em to help revamp his skills, and $2/$4 or $5/$10 games for pot-limit Omaha so as “not get too rusty.” In addition, Hansen hinted at a tantalizing return to tournament poker, an area of poker in which he has managed to amass $11,258,052 in winnings, including 3 WPT titles, and a WSOP bracelet, despite only cashing in four times in the last two years for less than $50,000.
“I have the World Series of Poker and the European Poker Tour in Monaco on my schedule, but I don’t even know what will happen until then,” explained Hansen.

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