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Tiger Woods May Have Been Down $250,000 in Las Vegas

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
May/03/2011
Tiger Woods Las Vegas

Word on the street is that Tiger Woods returned to Las Vegas this past weekend and may have been down as much as $250,000 at Mandalay Bay.

Norm Clarke of the Review-Journal writes: “Spies said he was in the red for as much as $250,000 at Mandalay Bay.”

Woods tied for 4th at last month’s US Masters and took home $330,667 from that event. 

Vegas is said to be the city where Woods met most of his “mistresses”. 

Woods was in Veags to host Tiger Jam, his annual Tiger Woods foundation fundraiser.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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