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Poker Pro to Spend 30 Days in Dark Bathroom Alone Without Phone

Written by:
Nagesh Rath
Published on:
Dec/04/2018

Richard Alati has won $333,661 in live career tournaments to date, and now he's entered the prop bet market.


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Rory Young will have to pay $100,000 if Alati can remain in a dark bathroom for 30 days without a phone or other electronic devices. 

He will receive random food deliveries every 3 to 6 days.

Alati at least will have no problem using the bathroom whenever he likes and a shower will be provided.

“The conditions are complete darkness, so no electronics, no light-emitting devices, no drugs of any kind,” Young told PokerNews’ Mo Nuwarrah. 

Fellow pro Daniel Negreanu says "no way"!

He tweeted out:

"There is no price. I would never ever do this. It’s likely to cause irreparable damage to his mind."

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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