In a recent Ask Me Anything, Stefanie Ungar-Campbell answered questions about her father, Stu Ungar.
In the summer heat on Fremont Street outside Binion's Horseshoe, Stu Ungar reached the final table of the 1997 WSOP Main Event and went on to capture a $1 million first-place prize - his third WSOP Main Event title that time (he initially won in 1980 and 1981).
As he was being interviewed with [...] Read more » Daughter of Stu Ungar Answers Questions about the Late Poker Legend
Joined: Jan '14
Age: 41 (M)
Stu Ungar is one of the great poker players. He was lucky to learn because of entourage in which he walked and cause is father's place. His story was good and bad. It scared people and casinos but it's not nice to be banned just because you're too smart.
Joined: Sep '19
Age: 25 (M)
What a player, his stories move, how a great icon poker player could end that way, well, despite everything he could say that the only one that could win in his life was drugs, no one else could beat him, that implies that he was a beast of poker, nobody equaled him, I think he was beyond the other mortals, we will always remember the world of poker as an example, I speak of winning.