Every day, casino enthusiasts are searching for new and real-money games. Players are seeking fun as well as returns in the game, so the quest continues. Online slot games are some of the most promising casino services on offer. And they often bring some crazy stories!
The good thing with slots is that they do not require skill or strategy. Anyone can have a crazy story by the stroke of lucky. Moreover, they are the most popular games in both online casinos. This makes them more likely to produce surprises. Still, some crazy stories have happened away from these one-armed bandits and other casino games that require only good luck. Here are a few:
When a player outsmarted Fomo3D, a popular Ethereum game, and won around $3 million in 2018, he sent shockwaves over the internet. The online casino experience appeared to be unrivalled. It was like playing slots and getting the best scatters and hitting the jackpot at the same time.
With a mortgage and unpaid college loans, James Adducci was in deep debt. In April 2019, during the final round of the Masters, he staked $85,000 of his life savings on Tiger Woods' performance. After obtaining his wife's reluctant approval, he placed his first sports bet and won nearly $1.2 million.
Jake Cody, a top British poker player, won over £42,670 in a tournament. But instead of being content with what some might consider a modest annual salary, he chose to stake it all on a roulette game. Cody was fortunate enough to walk away with £85,340 in winnings.
Gambling isn't always about huge wins. For many people, it's an addiction. Michael Jordan, widely regarded as one of the greatest basketball players of all time, has a long history of bizarre gambling incidents. His gambling problem was so severe that it was rumored that he was forced to retire from the NBA in 1993 because the league couldn't deal with it.
Gregory Bolusan, a Las Vegas preacher, was jailed in 2017 for robbing the M Resort Casino three times. Also, in 2016, a man named Kerry Johnson was charged with bank robbery in West Virginia. According to reports, he left to rob a bank and then returned to the casino to continue playing.
A man from Australia blamed his extravagant spending on his prescription drugs. The client, whose identity was kept hidden, filed a lawsuit alleging that he had lost $400,000 in less than 24 hours. In a similar story, Alex, a self-described gambling addict, reported that he lost £127,000 playing an online roulette game in just 26 minutes.
Kevin Maselli is known to have placed a minor, casual $0.14 parlay on an NCAA tournament game. He had a propensity for betting little amounts on the many tournament games, with selections that were totally up to win. He earned $1,345.78 from his 14-cent wager from his DraftKings online account.
Harold McDowell of New Jersey won $1 million on a $5 bet at an Atlantic City casino. McDowell staked $5 on a three-card poker game with a 6-card bonus. This was the first time this wager paid off at Borgata, and the odds of scoring the Bonus Royal Flush were 1 in 20,348,320, according to analysts.