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  • Video: Confessions of a recovering gambler

    A recovering problem gambler from Northern California talks about being a compulsive gambler and the turning points in his addiction that got him to Gambler Anonymous meetings and a better life. To help preserve anonymity, the pitch of the subject's voice has been electronically altered and his face is photographed in shadow.

A recovering problem gambler from Northern California talks about being a compulsive gambler and the turning points in his addiction that got him to Gambler Anonymous meetings and a better life. To help preserve anonymity, the pitch of the subject's voice has been electronically altered and his face is photographed in shadow. Manny Crisostomo The Sacramento Bee
A recovering problem gambler from Northern California talks about being a compulsive gambler and the turning points in his addiction that got him to Gambler Anonymous meetings and a better life. To help preserve anonymity, the pitch of the subject's voice has been electronically altered and his face is photographed in shadow. Manny Crisostomo The Sacramento Bee
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November 12, 2015 8:24 AM

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