The post-Bachmann era for America’s gambling industry is over.
But that doesn’t mean it’s over.
The last thing gambling addicts need is another post-Katrina bust.
As we all know, a lot of money was lost during the economic downturn and the last thing it needs is another bust.
With this in mind, we are excited to announce the newest installment of the Huffington Post’s Best of the lottery series, where we take a look at the best lottery winners from the last 15 years.
The Huffington Post has a lot more gambling stories on its site, but these are the ones we’re going to be focusing on:The winner of the 2009 World Series of Poker tournament, John Gourley, had the money to do anything and everyone in the poker industry, including the president of the US Treasury Department.
Gourley was the lucky winner of an online poker tournament in which players were paid a percentage of their winnings.
Gourry said in a statement on Facebook:I never dreamed that I would be a part of the winningest team in the history of poker.
It’s just so surreal to be a winner in the World Series, but this was not an easy feat.
In fact, I have never been able to win so many online tournaments, so this is an amazing accomplishment for me.
Gory’s statement continues:For many, it’s a dream job, but for others, it is their sole source of income.
It was in this category that former President George W. Bush made the decision to declare bankruptcy in 2008, which has led to some gambling-related headaches for many Americans.
Gambling addiction can cause depression, anxiety and other mental health problems, and some believe that gambling is a form of addiction.
But Gourly says he’s doing fine.
He said:When I look back at it, I am just grateful for the opportunity to have the opportunity that I have.
But this is just part of my life, and I am not going to go back to being a bartender or a waiter.
Gours statement ends:Gourry’s success is part of a long list of lottery winners that have won the jackpot and other prizes since the beginning of the game.
This list includes two people from the past 20 years, and includes winners from both the World Cup and the Super Bowl, including former NFL star Bruce Smith.
The other winners on this list are former Presidents George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter.
President George H W Bush and former President Jimmy Carter are both winners of the $100 million jackpot in the 2006 Super Bowl.
President Ronald Reagan also is on this year’s list, although he is only the fourth winner in history.
Ronald Reagan won the $10 million jackpots in the 1996 and 2000 Super Bowls.
Former President Bill Clinton is also a winner of a lot in the lottery, although it’s not clear whether he has won the Super, Super Bowl or Super Bowl XLVII jackpots.