AN EXTRAORDINARILY LUCKY ONLINE GAMBLER?
07th August, 2011 at 02:29:52
Can one player really be this lucky?
There is either a seriously fortunate Greek player out there using the nom-de-plume "PP", or something a bit suspect is going on at the Playtech-powered casinos
of Windows and King Solomans, which have been pumping out publicity recently on large Great Blue slot
In the latest press release sent out this week, Windows Casino reports that PP "regularly makes the headlines with big wins", a statement evidenced by even a cursory inspection of recent publicity material.
On this occasion PP hit a series of high paying single line wins and free spins which contributed to make up his total winnings of Euro 96,380. The highest single line win he recorded amounted to Euro10,640. From the free spins he won Euro 15,900, Euro 16,520 and Euro 14,760 amongst others with his last free spins session paying out Euro 58,800.
Two weeks ago, PP reportedly won Euro 125 000 playing Great Blue Slots at King Solomons Casino. This time he/she hit a first bonus round which paid out some Euro 4 888. Two more bonus games saw him substantially increase his balance through free spin wins with amounts of Euro 21 252 and Euro 23 600, bringing his balance up to Euro 50 000. He then went on - in the same session - to earn the major part of his winnings during his last free spins towards the end of his game play when 8 wild symbols appeared on the reels, paying out Euro 95 256.
A month before that, PP again featured in casino news
, this time from King Solomons Casino - again playing the Great Blue slot game. On April 16 he/she won Euro 109 712 in what was the third in a run that bagged another two wins on the same slot machine within a month - the first on 7th April, of Euro 24 646, and a second on 10th April of Euro 29 828.
According to the King Solomons Casino winners' section, these aren't the only wins for this player. PP of Greece also had other wins on Great Blue on 30 November 2010, 20 December 2010 and 31 January 2011 of Euro 33 992, Euro 38 657 and Euro 32 091 respectively!
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