Playing Addict Spends $1M On Lottery Tickets



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A FORMER playing addict spent over a decade compulsively playing – and spent over $1 million at the lottery earlier than dropping the whole lot. Adam Osmond constructed up his personal comfort retailer industry after learning for a industry level however misplaced the whole lot after his playing dependancy noticed him purchasing hundreds of bucks price of lottery tickets each week. To determine extra about Adam’s tale, and to look at director Bert Klasey’s complete documentary “Out of Good fortune” which examines the machine of state lotteries in america, talk over with: 

Videographer / director: Bert Klasey
Manufacturer: Crystal Chung, Ellie Winstanley
Editor: Joshua Douglas

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21 Replies to “Playing Addict Spends $1M On Lottery Tickets”

  1. Gambling should be illegal, this world is so fake and disgusting I hope the people who are in charge of gambling will get cancer and die painfully all over the world

  2. Back 2014-2015 I was into playing the lottery. I finally realized that it could ruin you in a long run. It wasn't easy but I broke that bond. I was happy and I never look back. I'm now Humble and I have a Clear conscious!!

  3. This dude still doesnt get it. 3:26 " because of these tickets my family is not here" umm no buddy, because you didnt care to keep them in your thoughts when you were doing this and ruining their loves is why they're not there.

  4. Scratchers don’t even make you money even if you get super lucky a couple times you’ll be down huge this is worse than feeding money into slots addiction is bad but this is just stupid

  5. sad and here we are in 2020 where they now accepting debit card for tickets.Its going to be more people losing all their money

  6. I don't feel sorry for him. He stole tickets by printing them in his store. It doesn't matter if they were losing tickets or not. He didnt know that beforehand. He is a thief. We pay for our tickets. We lose. We move on. He steals his. And people feel sorry for him. Not an addiction. Hes a thief. He should also be in jail.

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