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HUGE PRE-XMAS WIN AT UNIBET
23rd December, 2013 at 09:37:10
Once lucky customer will never forget this Christmas period
A 26-year-old Swedish man has won SEK 37.3 million (approx. Euro 4.1 million) on the lowest possible stake while playing Arabian Nights at Unibet
's online casino.
The hit is Unibet Sweden 's second biggest prize and the third-largest in the history of Unibet worldwide.
"I was so surprised, it's hard to understand. You hear and read about others who win but think that it will never happen to me. And then this happened. It felt like I would have a heart attack," said the overwhelmed winner.
"It feels incredibly fun to hand out such a large Christmas present with only a few days left until Christmas Eve. It was clearly a very excited and happy winner I spoke to. He said that it will take time to digest the win and still had not quite got over the shock," added Jonas Nilsson, press officer at Unibet Sweden.
"I'm going to take it easy, invest some money and not waste it. It's hard to decide now right away, I have not really had time to digest it yet. But it will probably be some vacation, then share with loved ones. Then I'll probably buy an apartment, too," the new multimillionaire added.
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