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John Daly Claims He Lost $50 Million Gambling

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Nov/02/2016

Golfer John Daly reveals in an ESPN “30 for 30” documentary that he has lost “around $50 million” gambling.

“We figured I lost about $98 million and won about $45 million gambling,” the 50-year-old revealed. “So, yeah, I lost around $50 million.”

“I love the action. I love the adrenaline, going in there,” Daly said. “Now if I gamble, I play the $25 slots. If I hit something, I might move up to $100. But I don’t do what I used to do anymore.”

The documentary premiered on ESPN November 1, 2016.

If you missed it, watch the trailer below.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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