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  1. If you're looking for a winner of the high-stakes poker realm in March so far, look no further than the Full Tiltmember bbvisbadforme. According to HighStakesDB, bbvisbadforme is up $626,000 so far this month, more than three times the next closest player. Yes, more than three times the next closest person the site tracks. bbvisbadforme has played 13 sessions and 1,469 high-stakes hands in March thus far, meaning he has generated a profit of almost $50,000 per session and over $400 per hand. HighStakesDB began tracking bbvisbadforme in May 2011 and he was in the red earlier this month befor
  2. Gus Hansen(pictured) is in the midst of the worst online poker downswing on the books. At $17.66 million in the hole, the Danish pro has more than doubled the losses of noataima, the second biggest money loser in recorded online history, according to HighStakesDB. Even so, Hansen continues to do battle with the best players in the world at the highest stakes online, day in and day out. He was gracious enough to sit down for an interview with PokerStrategy's Tobias Frey at the European Poker Tour in Vienna, where he spoke about his high-stakes opponents, his losses, Macau, the WSOP, and more

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