Tony 10 was the online betting username of Tony O'Reilly, the postman who became front-page news in 2011 after he stole €1.75 million from An Post while he was a branch manager in Gorey. He used the money to fund a gambling addiction that began with a bet of €1 and eventually rose to €10 million, leading to the loss of his job, his family, his home - and winning him a prison sentence. Read More

Carlow Nationalist – John Foley Interview with Tony O’Reilly

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Tony’s Story

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Sports books of 2018: The best, the rest and all in between

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Gambling advertising in sport: How much is too much?

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Critics’ choice: the definitive guide to the best books of 2018

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2018 Eir Sport Sports Book of the Year

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Carlow man who gambled away €10m has his book ‘Tony 10’ shortlisted for national award

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He is sick with the fear… Waiting for them to get to the part where they discover that €294,000 is missing

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The book that made me close my online gambling account

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Added Time – Irish Times Sports Podcast’s Book of the Year

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I have no business watching a horse race now because it’s predominantly about gambling. I’ve no business watching horse racing and I’ve no business being in a bookie’s. Read More

All Bets Are Off

Baz Ashmawy examines Ireland's relationship with gambling in "All Bets Are Off". This clip shows him interviewing Tony O' Reilly about his gambling addiction. Read More

Second Captains Podcast

List to Tony O' Reilly being interviewed on the most popular podcast in Ireland.  Read More

Irish Times

On December 18th, 2012, I was sentenced to four years in prison, with one suspended for a crime I committed. I stole €1.75 million from An Post... Read More

FM 104 Interview Snippets

Listen to interview snippets of Tony O'Reilly on FM 104 Read More

Tony O’Reilly – Christmas in Recovery

They say Christmas is a time for reflection and the New Year a time for new beginnings. When I was asked to write this blog I started reflecting on my last few Christmases, some while I was gambling and others when free from Gambling. Read More