David Walton's first introduction to gambling was when he was in the US Navy on a submarine in 1995. After graduating from the Navy Nuclear Power School he spent many months at sea on the USS Bergall SSN 667. When they spent three days at the island nation of Curacao he visited a casino and played blackjack and lost 200 bucks but became interested in the game. He trained himself to learn card counting and upon leaving the Navy in 1997 has worked as a gambler ever since. David's been betting sports since 2001. He won the Ultimate Blackjack Tour featured on CBS national television in 2005 for a prize of $300,000. He also wrote articles for All In Magazine from 2006 to 2008. David likes swimming and spends about 5 hours a week in the pool swimming laps. Favorite foods are sushi, Indian, Thai, and the occasional, but necessary steak, and thinks martinis should never be dirty. Liquor should be clean.
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