World Poker Tour (TV Series 2003– ) Poster

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  • As of May 2009, Gus Hansen still holds the record for most World Poker Tour titles, three total. (Not to mention one invitational title, the first "Bad Boys of Poker" event). Edit

  • "The Great Dane" himself, Gus Hansen won the first ever WPT title at the Bellagio's Five Diamond World Poker Classic. His first place finish earned him $556,480. Edit

  • No. While the impression is given that all of their commentary is recorded live and used when the show airs, their comments about the player's hole cards are recorded afterwards during post-production. State gaming regulations prohibit them and anyone else from observing the hole card camera during the game. So, the show's commentary is actually a mixture of live recording, (when the duo interacts with the players and audience) and post-production recording (when they finally get to see the hole cards) . Edit

  • Yes. in fact five former winners of the WSOP's Main Event have gone on to win WPT titles. They are;

    1. Doyle Brunson. Winner of both the 1976 and 1977 WSOP Main Events and the 2004 Bicycle Casino's Legends of Poker, WPT event.

    2. Carlos Mortensen. Winner of the WSOP Main Event in 2001 and both the 2004 Doyle Brunson North American Poker Championship and the 2007, season 5 WPT World Championship, World Poker Tour events.

    3. Scotty Nguyen. Winner of the 1998 WSOP Main Event and the 2006 Gold Strike World Poker Open, WPT event.

    4. Joe Hachem. Winner of the 2005 WSOP Main Event and the 2006 Doyle Brunson North American Poker Championship, WPT Event.

    5. 'Action' Dan Harrington. Winner of the 1995 WSOP Main Event and the 2007 Bicycle Casino's Legends of Poker, WPT Event Edit



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