The daughter of a legendary poterist told about her father

At the final table of the Main Event of World Series of Poker 1997, Stu UNGAR won the main prize of a million dollars and his third title to Main Event WSOP (he also won in 1980 and 1981).

During his interview, UNGAR showed a photo of his 14-year-old daughter Stephanie and expressed great love. It was clear that she is the center of his world.

Now Stephanie UNGAR-CEMPBL has already grown up and suggested that poker’s fans look closely at her father, who died in 1998. The questions were asked on various social networks.

In particular, Stephanie confessed that her dad did not want her to play poker and never taught her sports. From modern pokerists most similar to Uungar girl called Phil Ivei. She still noted that Stu never recorded her strategy or action plan. He kept all knowledge in his head.

Her dad girl called charismatic, witty, sharp but prudent. Interestingly, UNGAR loved black and white movies and history, he could not cook, but Stu loved Chinese and Italian cuisine. And if it had not become a creeper, it would probably be a lawyer.

In general, poker supporters learned a lot of fun about the legend of the game. Maybe it’s not all yet. Stephanie UNGAR-CEMPBL confessed that she plans to shoot a movie about her father.