Blackpool Woman hits £1m at PlayOJO

Robert Rabbit

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Seems pretty safe payout to me and to hold off on it would be a serious own goal for the OJO brand after the all the plaudits from the management, Good to see it going to an NHS carer as well.
 

colinsunderland

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“Their sophisticated mathematical structure and complex paytable always bring forward a wide-ranging selection of prizes."

Its a scratchard, how complex can 'get 3 of the same amount to win that prize' be?
What was the stake?
 

bamberfishcake

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“Their sophisticated mathematical structure and complex paytable always bring forward a wide-ranging selection of prizes."

Its a scratchard, how complex can 'get 3 of the same amount to win that prize' be?
What was the stake?
I wasnt going to mention it but seeing as you went there, i agree :

We are looking forward to announcing similar wins in the future, especially with new products from Pragmatic Play.

Not sure of the message they are trying to deliver. Play more Pragmatic and you too could win one mill?

Congrats to the lady though.

Forget the stake size, is she single?
 

slot_zombie

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Presumably the Wolf Gold scratchcard is now a waste of time to play, since the top prize has been won... if they work the same as land based scratchers.
 

Lemon

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Presumably the Wolf Gold scratchcard is now a waste of time to play, since the top prize has been won... if they work the same as land based scratchers.
I did wonder about this but couldn't be bothered to check the regs. If it is a 'ball-out-of-the-bag' game then they know that with every 10 million tickets purchased someone will definitely win a cool million, and if 10 million tickets are bought every month then they can run regular stories like this one, which is potentially great publicity.

But with the chances of winning displayed in such a frank manner, and with an RTP% as low as that I'd be more than adequately put-off playing before I even know if the current batch has that prize left in it or not :)
 

Reelsoffun

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And I thought the ted scratchcards were bad at 80%

I have never understood the need for such low RTP's on online scratch cards.

And don't most sites have a max win cap of £250,000 in their terms and conditions?
 

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