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Enjoyed the read. I have been a fan of his abilities when it came to card games. It was a shame that he could not keep his life on track.Published 19 days ago by Chickman
One of the all time great poker books which tells the story of probably the greatest card player that ever lived. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peter Ralph
A cautionary tale about drugs and gambling and money and ego and the need for action.
Not a fun read, but an excellent one.
This is a great story. The way it is written does not always do the story justice but it is readable and Stuey's story is so compelling that it makes up for the lack of excitement... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Star Grazer
The story of Stu Ungar pretty much sells itself. Stu was so legendary that even in the throes of a coke addiction that eventually killed him, he was able to beat the best in the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bill Bixby
I knew a little about Stu Unger and his expertise at cards. But I had no idea of the full scope of his genius and the agony of his downward spiral. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael Hatmaker
One of those books I couldn't put down, had to keep going to see what would happen next. Stu Ungar was like a roaring out of control locomotive and we all know what that leads to,... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Thomas R. Clarke
No doubt, the guy was different than the rest of us, and difficult to be around sometimes, but what focus, concentration, observation, and most of all memory!Published 5 months ago by gininnola
I really liked learning about Ungar. His great qualities and his despicable ones. Nolan Dalla and Peter Alston do a great job recounting the life of the greatest card player the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sean J Twyford