Gus Hansen played an impressive three days of poker but his streak ended on the feature table late on Day 3.
Hansen raised under the gun to 15,000 with 440,000 behind and Fabio Sperling called two seats from his left. Adrian Bussman was seated in the cutoff and he three-bet to 50,000. Both blinds and the button folded after which Hansen and Sperling made the call.
The flop brought out and Hansen lead out for 60,000 and Sperling gave up his hand. Bussman tanked for a bit before he decided to move all in. Hansen tanked for four minutes before the clock was called, and the tournament director gave him a little more time before starting the 60-second countdown.
With about 15 seconds remaining Hansen made the call and he was looking for help.
According to the EPT Live stream Hansen has a 42% chance to win the hand, but the turn, the , and the on the river ended the Great Dane's tournament. We will see Hansen again in both Sanremo and Monte Carlo, as he spoke about on the PokerNews Podcast yesterday.