Die Lichter leuchteten auf, als Behar Merlaku aus Dietikon ZH im Casino Bregenz an einem Automaten angeblich den grossen Jackpot. Nachdem Behar Merlaku wegen eines Softwarefehlers im Casino Bregenz ein Jackpot von 43 Mio. Euro verweigert wurde, ging dieser vor. Der jährige Bodenleger Behar Merlaku, der seit in der Schweiz lebt, hatte am März gemeinsam mit seiner Frau Fatime im.
Bodenleger Behar Merlaku ringt mit Casino um 43 Millionen EuroNachdem Behar Merlaku wegen eines Softwarefehlers im Casino Bregenz ein Jackpot von 43 Mio. Euro verweigert wurde, ging dieser vor. Der jährige Behar Merlaku aus Dietikon ZH, der sich im März im Casino Bregenz schon um 43 Millionen Euro reicher sah, hat laut der. Der jährige Bodenleger Behar Merlaku, der seit in der Schweiz lebt, hatte am März gemeinsam mit seiner Frau Fatime im.
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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. It doesn't concern me if they have a software problem.
Merlaku, however, noting not only the jackpot alarms but the accompanying flashing screen, demanded his winnings. When the casino refused, Merlaku decided to take them to court.
Merlaku's civil action, thought to be the biggest claim of its kind anywhere, is being watched by both gamblers and gaming operators all over the world.
The Bregenz casino, whose company Casinos Austria operates locations in more than 15 countries, insists that the error was purely in the software, blaming the fruit-slot machine manufacturer.
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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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