The game has always ruled her life, from her family to the slopes to the tables… It has been a constant struggle to be the best at whatever she did. Though her dad was hard on her, she chose to be better than he expected. She strived to beat him at his own game, to show him, to really show him who she was. When an accident ended her Olympic dreams, the focus of her life had to shift to something else. Without knowing what, she would end up on a friends couch trying to plan for the future. Little did she know that a sleazy boss and a trip for bagels would lead her into a life as an infamous poker princess. What she did with that position would astound almost anyone. Now, many may jump to the idea of illegal gambling… but wait… There’s more to the story. Even though she was eventually brought up on charges, the story isn’t what society was led to believe. This is Molly’s story, the story of a perfectionist, the story of a daughter, the story of a life misunderstood. That’s the presentation that we see. Was there more to the story? Surely, but would it change anything, probably not. So, why is this story so powerful? Is it that we’re captivated by the can do / will do attitude, or is it something more… If you’re ready to find out, check this out for yourself.
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