The silly side of Internet Gambling. A couple of guys play a computerized version of Keno. They win.
“The machine said the win was worth a jackpot of $209,716.40. The casino said it was a software error.”
The right thing to do, of course, would be to pony up the two hundred grand, fix the software, and chalk it up to experience
That’s not likely to happen. The casino would rather pay its poor, starving lawyers two hundred grand to slug this out in court. Strange what greed can do to you.
Of course, these people would not hesitate to call in your markers if you bet your house and lost.