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Gus Hansen tangles with the other brother
Gus Hansen just can't quit those Dang brothers.
The Great Dane has been having a terrible April and things got worse last night as he tussled with Hac "trex313" Dang at high-stakes heads-up PLO.
You might remember that just last week Hansen was embroiled in a heated battle with Hac's brother Di "Urindanger" Dang at the same stakes with the same result.
Last night Hansen and Hac played several pots that totaled over $200,000.
The pot of the evening came when Hac was dealt J♠ T♠ 9♦ 8♠ while Hansen looked down to find A♣ 7♠ 5♠ 3♦. Hac bet pre-flop and Hansen flat-called.
The flop came 9♠ 4♣ 2♥ and trex313 C-bet. Hansen raised to $54,000 and Hac re-raised to $180,000.
Hansen decided to call for the last of his $50,000 chips and the board finished with 2♣ and then the K♠ to make Hac's hand hold. The older Dang brother happily raked a $236,993 pot.
It was not a great session for Hansen, who despite being up nearly $3 million earlier this year has donated most of it back to the high-stakes sharks.
Meanwhile, the rest of the high-stakes players were rather quiet last night. The durrrr Challenge also remains on an extended hiatus as MarketPulse for all more high-stakes updates or download the Full Tilt client to rail the action live.
Check below to see how the biggest hand of Hansen/Hac session played out: