Despite being the biggest overall winner of the year, Gus Hansen is still experiencing some serious swings at the high stakes tables. Hansen has lost more than $1.1 million in the draw games alone this month.
2011 is shaping up to be one of Gus Hansen's best years so far, with the Danish Team Full Tilt pro currently being up by more than $3 million since January 1st.
Hansen has been doing extremely well in especially the high stakes
PLO games, where he has been a nearly invincible match for players like Patrik Antonius
and Rui Cao.
In the draw games, in turn, Hansen has been doing much worse, and according to new numbers from Highstakesdb.com, he is now the biggest loser in these games seen over the course of the past month.
According to the data collected by the site, Hansen has dropped close to $1.2 million playing $3,000/$6,000 FL 2-7 Triple Draw, with much of his losses ending in the pockets of players like "O Fortuna PLS
" and "Kagome Kagome
Yesterday, Hansen had yet another bad run at the draw game tables on Full Tilt Poker, and once again it was "Kagome Kagome" who alongside his German compatriot Sebastian "Seb86" took care of the profits.
Together, the two won more than $340,000 from Hansen, who is now also the biggest overall loser of the past 24 hours.
Despite his bad run in the draw games and last night's setback to the German Fixed Limit specialists, Hansen is however still topping the overall winners list for the year, currently posting profits of $3,167,722.
Patrik Antonius was last week close to overtaking Hansen's top spot on the winners list, but after a disastrous weekend which saw the Finnish pro drop more than $1 million, he is now back in fourth place with overall winnings of $1,648,170.
The biggest loser of the year remains to be Tom "durrrr
" Dwan, who is down $2.47 million, followed by "Kagome Kagome", who is still in the red by $1.55 million.