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Stu Unger: Poker Player

July 14th, 2010 at 5:21
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The basic basis for why Mr. Ungar changed from gin to poker was that Stu was a little too good at it. So skilled in fact, that no player possibly could stand up to him. Even the so-called professionals who were meant to be the best at gin rummy were defeated when they faced Stu Ungar. One such gin rummy professionals was Harry Stein, called, "Yonkie". Harry Stein suffered such a humiliating defeat at the hands of Stu Ungar that he evidently stopped playing it professionally and never resurfaced at a gin tournament.

Accordingly, with a distinction like that it wasn’t long before people became shy of betting against Stu Ungar. He couldn’t find any games and in his boredom he started doing something no one had performed before. Stu provided beginning handicaps to potential opponents with the high hopes that they might play against him if they thought they held an advantage. He deliberately began from a bad arrangement and one account has it that stu even played against a regular bad egg. Mid match, he get advice that the absconder was at it once again but stu stated that he deduced of the dishonestly and he would still acquire a win, which of course, he did.

The same problem followed Stu Ungar into sin city. He won so frequently that the casinos began requesting that he not to bet in their casinos anymore. The reasoning behind it was that other casino players would not sit at the poker table if Stu was seated.

Stu Ungar is recollected more for his abilities in texas holdem poker but he himself always said that he was much more skilled at gin rummy.

He defeated Doyle Brunson in the WSOP in Nineteen Eighty to become the youngest world champion. Due to his features that made him seem far younger than he really was, he got the nickname, "The Kid".

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