LAS VEGAS (AP) — A professional gambler dropped some pounds and gained some wealth after betters wagered $1 million he couldn’t reduce his body fat to less than 10 percent.
Walter Fisher tells the New York Post he began overeating while on a losing streak and gained 40 to 50 pounds in a month. The 6-foot-1 Fisher weighed 245 pounds and was more than $100,000 in debt in December. The Post reports that’s when a group of gambler acquaintances bet $1 million Fisher couldn’t drop his body fat to under 10 percent in six months.READ MORE: Baltimore City Schools Announces Summer Operating Schedule
The 36-year-old got financial backing from friends. He weighed 175 pounds with 8.8 percent body fat on June 22.READ MORE: Governor Hogan Celebrates First Greater Baltimore Area Fortune 500 Companies In A Decade
The feat netted him $600,000, and he tells ABC News he’ll make another bet if he gains the weight back.Firefighter Injured In Two-Alarm Fire In Severn Sunday
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