Behar Merlaku wins a free meal £60 instead of £37million at a casino in Bregenz, Austria - due to a software error. Sein privates Glück hat Behar Merlaku in der Schweiz gefunden. Das materielle Glück suchte er in Österreich – und glaubte es am Die Lichter leuchteten auf, als Behar Merlaku aus Dietikon ZH im Casino Bregenz an einem Automaten angeblich den grossen Jackpot.
Softwarefehler: Casino zahlt 1 Million EuroDer Zivilprozess um einen mutmaßlichen Jackpotgewinn des Schweizers Behar Merlaku im Casino Bregenz ist ohne Urteil zu Ende gegangen. Bodenleger Behar Merlaku (27) aus Dietikon ZH ist Millionär! Der Schweizer Glückspilz hat sich mit den Casinos Austria aussergerichtlich auf. Der jährige Bodenleger Behar Merlaku, der seit in der Schweiz lebt, hatte am März gemeinsam mit seiner Frau Fatime im.
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Jackpot Knacken - Artikel zum ThemaAngels Touch zeigt das Video aber auch den kleinen Schönheitsfehler dieses Jackpots. Bodenleger Behar Merlaku (27) aus Dietikon ZH ist Millionär! Der Schweizer Glückspilz hat sich mit den Casinos Austria aussergerichtlich auf. Der jährige Behar Merlaku aus Dietikon ZH, der sich vom Casino Bregenz um 43 Millionen Euro geprellt sah, ist jetzt doch noch Millionär. Der Zivilprozess um einen mutmaßlichen Jackpotgewinn des Schweizers Behar Merlaku im Casino Bregenz ist ohne Urteil zu Ende gegangen. Sein privates Glück hat Behar Merlaku in der Schweiz gefunden. Das materielle Glück suchte er in Österreich – und glaubte es am
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I saw it on the screen. They took me for a fool which I am not. I've played in many casinos and I know the way the cookie crumbles. Isn't it just as likely, the site posits, that the mistake lies in the display, which showed four of five fruit symbols, than in the result, where the machine called a jackpot?
The first hearing in the Merlaku gambling case is schedule for January 10, A press conference was held in Innsbruck, Austria yesterday outlining the case against Casinos Austria.
For him, there is no grey area, no middle line: the machine gave him the win, so he should have his winnings. Perhaps the rolling mechanism got jammed and the machine correctly called the jackpot while showing an erroneous symbol.
Merlaku sounds determined to fight the casino to the bitter end. The Austrian Times translates what he told the Austrian newspaper Heute.
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