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  1. It was always lileky he was going to have to give back his prizemoney/earnings since the story came out, so it was either stupid or naive for him to keep playing.I don’t believe that he wouldn’t be aware that this was an anti-doping violation. Considering how many substances are on the banned list, it seems pretty obvious to check, or to assume that it is probably on there. That’s a terrible excuse.

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