Gus Hansen’s Full Tilt Account

February 7, 2008

Apparently Gus Hansen is blogging for cardplayer now, as he accounts the past few weeks on Full Tilt:

Last 2 weeks on Full Tilt Poker looks like this:
Day 1 through day 3: 1 Million
Day 4 through day 6: – 650K
Day 7 through day 14: 1.1 Million

End result: 1.45 million. Pretty good, for a B-student from Noerrebro. For everybody out there with no knowledge about Danish geography, Noerrebro is part of inner city Copenhagen. For everyone out there who has never heard of Copenhagen – pick up a fu**ing map! Read the rest of this entry »


Control the size of the Pot

February 5, 2008

Paul Wasicka, a good friend of the PROP team, wrote a nice article about controlling the size of the pot, posted today on

The basic premise is that you want to play big pots with big hands, and smaller pots with more vulnerable hands.  Take in to consideration that a ‘big hand’ does not necessarily mean two black aces in the hole against a 8h/9h/10h board…

Some people may read the article and say it is a weak/passive play – and sometimes they’d be right – but it is also a lower variance style, which for some people works better.  There are certainly different ways to skin a cat or fish…

Tilt Control

October 27, 2007

Tilting, or losing your mind, at a poker table can be a destructive force to your bankroll.  You need to recognize a few things about…
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