Der jährige Bodenleger Behar Merlaku, der seit in der Schweiz lebt, hatte am März gemeinsam mit seiner Frau Fatime im. Nachdem 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 vom Casino Bregenz um 43 Millionen Euro geprellt sah, ist jetzt doch noch Millionär.
Jetzt wird der glücksspielende Bodenleger doch noch MillionärDer Zivilprozess um einen mutmaßlichen Jackpotgewinn des Schweizers Behar Merlaku im Casino Bregenz ist ohne Urteil zu Ende gegangen. Die Lichter leuchteten auf, als Behar Merlaku aus Dietikon ZH im Casino Bregenz an einem Automaten angeblich den grossen Jackpot. Der jährige Behar Merlaku aus Dietikon ZH, der sich im März im Casino Bregenz schon um 43 Millionen Euro reicher sah, hat laut der.
Behar Merlaku Man wins £37m fruit machine jackpot... but is offered £60 and a free meal instead VideoCasino Prozess neuerlich vertagt So this has now caused Behar Merlaku to file a lawsuit to claim the money which he won on March Now the casino officials don’t dispute that the machine show a 43 million euros win. In the meantime, says the ORF website, Merlaku has been banned from the casino in the capital of Austria’s westernmost Voralberg province. Kako bi se osećali da osvojite džekpot od 43 miliona evra, a onda vam ih ne daju zbog greške u softveru? Ringier Axel Springer d.o.o. vodeća je izdavačka kuća na teritoriji Srbije u čijem portfoliu se nalaze brojna visokotiražna štampana izdanja „Blic“, „Blic žena“, „Puls. 10/9/ · Berhar Merlaku was offered a meal voucher at Casino Bregenz as compensation for the 'software error' in the slot machine, but refused to accept. The year-old demanded £5million from the.
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.
I will fight for this until my death, Merlaku told Austrian paper Heute. He said the incident had left him with psychological problems and that losing such an enormous sum after winning it was an unacceptable outcome.
He added: 'The jackpot came up loud and clear. There was music and the sum I had won - nearly 43 million euros - was displayed on a screen.
Mr Merlaku even used his mobile phone to film footage of the winning noise and screen. However, this could be used against him in court because the video shows he only had four of the five symbols in a line; in Austria there must be five matches.
His lawyers will argue that because the machine told him he had won and therefore is justified in pursuing a claim. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.
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But when he went to claim his prize, casino officials told him the machine had suffered from a software error and should not have awarded the jackpot.
Apparently, though the jackpot alarms went off, the slot machine only showed four matching symbols instead of the required five. Instead of accepting the offer, Merlaku decided to sue the casino.
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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. That's not my problem either, win is win.