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Searching for Stuey Ungar

/Feb/2012

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By: Broad Meadow @ 06:24 (EST) / 207 / Comment ( 1 )

Hi, my name's Brad and I'm a 36 year old guy from Australia.

I've titled my blog "Searching for Stuey Ungar" which is inspired by the book/movie "Searching for Bobby Fischer" which is about chess. To me, Ungar is poker's equivalent of Fischer. A world champion at a young age, blessed with loads of natural talent and a seemingly supernatural ability to analyse the game and make the right move but also haunted by inner demons. That being said, I don't think Ungar's playing style is one I'd try to emulate. My personality is pretty conservative.

I've been playing poker on and off for a few years, mixing micro limit FLHE, SnG's, and MTT's but I've decided to focus on FLHE until I become pretty good at it. So, for 2012 I'm going to play no other form of poker than Fixed Limit Hold Em.

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