In Stud High you have to know that you are going to get beat. That is the reality. However, there is a way that you can make it a fun experience. That is, if you are well enough bankrolled and mentally tough. One of the greatest players to watch in poker is Cyndy Violette. She has been known to throw down a $400 bet in one hand.

Stud High is not for the faint of heart. It is not for the faint of head. However, it is for those who have the mental discipline and heart to match. Cyndy Violettelette was born in New York inposition on September 8, 1953. Her father, Georgeunits, was a furnituremaker. She used to help cared for their cousins. She used to do stunts like running over a curb while being chased by cars. One time, she walked 24 blocks naked across the street.

Georgeunits decided it was a good time to tell his new daughter what he and his wife thought of her. According to an interview with Playboy, “She was totally taken with the idea that she was going to be rich… She was like a richest, golden girl. And I said, ‘You have to do some shows… Just like Birmingham Pub and Cinco for me, you’ll have to do these things for me.’ She said, ‘You’ll have to do what you’re talking about.’ I said, ‘I’ll do anything you want.’ She blossomed into this incredible flower. We sat together after three or four days, and I said, ‘I have this brilliant idea. Let’s do these things for 30 days and after that I’ll ever do anything you want.’ She was entirely against it, but she allowed herself.”

Everyone figured that thepub was going to be the venue for Cyndy’s next explosion, but thankfully the trip was a total success.

A few years later, Cyndy Violette made her final table after being seriously injured in a slip and slide accident with a friend at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. As she reached for the chip tray, she noticed the fingertips of her right hand were beginning to ache. Realizing she would miss the money, she picked up a handful of the coins, put them in her pocket and continued on. She was an amateur pokerlegenda player, not really used to doing things that way. Luckily, the casino employees remembered her, and after running a few times to get more coins, they let her play for the table minimum.

Then she got into a confrontation with a Gulfstream Park security guard over the alleged stolen money. During the course of the confrontation, she bit the guard on the arm and told him, “I’ll show you how to steal people’s money.” To which he reply, “You’re not stealing it.”

Knowing that her act would likely anger the security guard, Cyndy backed down from the hand. Luckily, the casino had previously issued a $1,000 tip to all guest that Cyndy had been playing against. Therefore, the entire money she had won was theirs.

A few days later, Cyndy was spotted by an ensign in a players card hall. According to assertions by Cyndy Violette, the ensign told her that the poker room was overcrowded and she told him she would try and play. When Cyndy left the card hall, the ensign took $1,200 from a fallen player to finance her play. According to Cyndy, the guard later returned to collect the money and Cyndy returned to the card hall and paid him.

Several days later, the Miami casino issued a public apology for not paying the player. Additionally, they announced that anyone interested in hi lotto would have to come to the gaming room and get their tickets.

The money raised from such publicity would prove to be a great help to commercial casinos, especially to Florida. Unfortunately, many states have laws against gambling while Florida allows it. As a result, lottery profits have risen considerably.

lacked of information on the inside of the lock on the door, Cyndy’s relatives decided to mail yellow cushions to each of the family members. Once inside, there was a note that read “We love you, but we can’t stay in this mess. Please come home.”