Der jährige Behar Merlaku aus Dietikon ZH, der sich im März im Casino Bregenz schon um 43 Millionen Euro reicher sah, hat laut der. Bodenleger Behar Merlaku (27) aus Dietikon ZH ist Millionär! Der Schweizer Glückspilz hat sich mit den Casinos Austria aussergerichtlich auf. Behar Merlaku wins a free meal £60 instead of £37million at a casino in Bregenz, Austria - due to a software error.
Außergerichtliche Einigung im "Jackpot-Prozess"Der jährige Behar Merlaku aus Dietikon ZH, der sich im März im Casino Bregenz schon um 43 Millionen Euro reicher sah, hat laut der. 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.
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Its UK subsidiary holds a UK gaming operators licence. It also operates casinos in Cairns and Canberra, Australia, and elsewhere. The first hearing in the case is scheduled for January 10 next year.
Lawsuit: The gambler's legal team will argue that because the machine told him he had won he is therefore justified in pursuing a claim.
Mr Merlaku, a Kosovar-Albanian who moved to Switzerland at the time of the Balkans wars, said in an Austrian television interview that the greatest moment of his life quickly turned into the worst.
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.
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Sites like Gizmodo, meanwhile, wonder how the casino can be certain that the problem was a computer error at all, regardless of the owner's intention.
Isn't it just as likely, the site posits, that the mistake lies in the display, which showed four of five fruit symbols, than in the result, where the machine called a jackpot?
The first hearing in the Merlaku gambling case is schedule for January 10, A press conference was held in Innsbruck, Austria yesterday outlining the case against Casinos Austria.