Geordie Dave Robson Wins £2.64 Million From 90 pence at Sky Vegas Casino

Posted on June 15th, 2011

A Geordie online casino player From Newcastle (well, he qualifies as a Geordie  if he´s north of the Tyne and not in Gateshead, but I shouldn´t think he´s “bovered” any more) has netted £2.64 Million from a 90p bet on the Millionaires Club Progressive Slot run by Cryptologic software of Intercasino fame.

Cryptologic revealed that the winner is David Robson, a 37-year old civil servant from Newcastle, England. David, along with his partner Nicola, plan to buy a house for himself and his parents. He was playing on Sky Vegas Casino.

Launched in 2005, Millionaires Club Jackpot slot comes in 3 versions: Millionaires Club I, a 1-line slot; Millionaires Club II, a 9-line slot; and Millionaires Club III, a 20-line video slot with advanced graphics and bonus rounds.Dave is already the 4th to become an instant millionaire, thanks to this slot.

The first 3 players to join the Millionaire´s Club were playing InterCasino, Cryptologic’s flagship operator. The luckiest player was “OBAESSO”, a 29 year old blacksmith, who won the world’s largest ever online Jackpot, (more than £4m) back in May 2007.

Millionaires Club III can be played on either the Instant Flash gamePlay or download versions of the casino.

Big Hand For Dave! I bet you have loads more friends this week.

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