Banned gambler has to give up jackpot
Some guys have all the luck -- but a Pennsylvania man isn't one of them.
The man has to give up a two-grand jackpot won playing a slot machine.
State police say the man had previously banned himself from casinos under a program for problem gamblers.
He'll also be charged with trespassing.
State troopers haven't named the 55-year-old Waterford Township man.
He won the jackpot Friday at Erie's Presque Isle Downs and Casino.
Under the program, the forfeited money goes to a compulsive gambler treatment fund.
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