The point isn't that he could have bought a 360 for so much cheaper, the problem lies with the person compulsively gambling away over $2000 when the potential return is, at most, a couple hundred dollars. What's more interesting is why he felt the need to do that, or who was he trying to prove himself to, or how often does he gamble and does he spend a lot of money doing it? Gambling is very addictive, and really these type of stories (but not necessarily these circumstances) are somewhat common.
It's not really gambling. Gambling implies that winning is based on chance. What this guy played was a rigged game of skill. No randomness involved. --- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMKUUUvjjzo Fan of: Steelers(6-time Champions), Red Wings(11-time Champions)
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