Die Lichter leuchteten auf, als Behar Merlaku aus Dietikon ZH im Casino Bregenz an einem Automaten angeblich den grossen Jackpot. Bodenleger Behar Merlaku (27) aus Dietikon ZH ist Millionär! Der Schweizer Glückspilz hat sich mit den Casinos Austria aussergerichtlich auf. Nachdem Behar Merlaku wegen eines Softwarefehlers im Casino Bregenz ein Jackpot von 43 Mio. Euro verweigert wurde, ging dieser vor.
Softwarefehler: Casino zahlt 1 Million EuroSein privates Glück hat Behar Merlaku in der Schweiz gefunden. Das materielle Glück suchte er in Österreich – und glaubte es am Der 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.
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Merlaku's attorneys argue that since there was no contemporaneous independent assessment of the claimed software glitch, and no opportunity has been given to the lawyers to examine the machine's computers, it is likely the casino simply blanched at paying up.
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?
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Interestingly, in their defense, casino officials note that Austrian law forbids jackpots of more than two million euros, according to the Mail. But Gizmodo wonders how the casino can be so sure that the problem was a software error:.
The owners say it's a software glitch, but wouldn't it be possible the mistake was on the display instead of the result?