04.102017Player Becomes Millionaire Thanks to Lucky Win at Dunder Casino
Dunder Casino has been in the news quite a lot lately with a few players scooping big wins. This real money online casino is brimming with four-leaf clovers and all of the luck of the Irish, or the Norwegians, as the case may be, because recently a player from Norway scooped over €300,000 playing at this online casino.
This sizable win looked even more impressive in the locals Norwegian currency as it totaled more than 2.8 million. But those EUROs are still enough to qualify as a huge win. We certainly wouldn’t say no to a big prize like that, would you?
How the Win Came
This real money online casino has some of the best bonuses and is one of the highest rated casinos with slots. It doesn’t feature on our radar as much as it should, but it has been popping up a lot the last few months and we’ve given it the respect it deserves.
The player that won big here did so playing the Mystery Fruit slot. Again, not one of the biggest, the most popular or even a slot well known for producing big wins. But it just goes to show you that you don’t need to be playing on big casinos like WilliamHill, or on big slots like Mega Moolah, in order to win a life changing sum of money.
You just need a progressive jackpot, a little luck and a few EUROs and that money could be yours. It might sound like a stretch and you probably think that it will never happen to you, but we bet that this Norwegian player was thinking the same thing, right before it actually happened to him!
Created by Red Tiger Gaming, a real money online casino developer that tends to focus on very simple games, Mystery Fruit is as basic as it gets. It is an old-school fruit machine, where the symbols are all simple pieces of fruit and where there are only three colors and no bonus rounds or free spins to speak of.
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