Gus Hansen sits down for high-stakes action in Bobby’s Room

What do poker players do when they’re not playing poker? Apparently, they play poker.

Gus Hansen made his way to Las Vegas last week to take part in the Poker After Dark series, and then found some time to take in a few more hands with some other high-stakes pros in Bobby’s Room at the Bellagio. Bobby’s Room is notorious for not allowing anyone to snap pictures during the games, but Hansen still managed to get a couple of shots, which he uploaded on his Instagram account.

The Great Dane sat down for the action against players such as Daniel Cates, Andrew Robl, Eliot Sion, David Oppenheim and “Texas Dolly” Doyle Brunson. Whether or not Hansen played well is anyone’s guess, as he didn’t provide much detail on his social media post. Stakes in the games reached to as much as $1,500/$3,000.

In one shot posted by Hansen, the multi-million dollar player was seen standing behind the table, watching over the action. The question remains, however, if he had excused himself from the game due to his performance, or if he was just stretching his legs. We may never know.

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