Online Slot Player Wins Euro 2.6 Million On Arabian Nights

ONLINE SLOT PLAYER WINS EURO 2.6 MILLION ON ARABIAN NIGHTS

24th April, 2015 at 16:06:26
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Swedish insomniac hits the win of a lifetime at Guts online casino.

At 3:47am on the 23rd of April, most people in Sweden were sleeping. However, one person was busy becoming Guts Casino's first ever jackpot millionaire, and with a click of the spin button she won the jackpot on the Arabian Nights progressive slot worth Euro 2,633,036.

Player Monica could scarcely believe her good fortune when casino management confirmed the win later in the day; she knew she had made a worthwhile win but had no idea how big it was, continuing to spin the reels a little longer before retiring to bed.

Robin Reed, managing director of Guts said Friday: "This is truly a remarkable day. We love to celebrate winners at Guts and this is the largest win we have ever had the pleasure of celebrating. We are so happy for Monica, who has been playing at Guts since the start."

The delighted but still shocked winner said that she would use the money to pay off her mortgage and other debts, share some with her children and grandchildren, make a charitable donation and travel with her family.

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