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Estonian Woman Wins 23,976€ Jackpot

By Diane Jacobs

If you live in Estonia and want to earn some extra money easily, then
this may be the most exciting article you'll ever read.

26-year-old shop assistant Sandra Mälgi from , Estonia has had one of the best weeks of her life.
First, she just found out that she and her fiancé are expecting their first child. The second good news was much more unexpected - just a few days ago she won a 23,976 euros progressive jackpot from home while lying on her sofa after work. What makes it even more surprising is that this was the first time she has played in an online casino ever.

"I still can't believe it. I think i'm dreaming! My parents raised me well. I'm not a gambler, but after playing Optibet's Immortal Romance game for a few hours, I decided to go ahead and play slots with the 1000€ welcome offer because, why not?
After playing for a little while and using using my 26th spin I hit the progressive jackpot. I thought that it was a glitch. But after closing and opening the site again it was still there - 23,976 € of winnings! Shortly after a representative from Optibet contacted me and then I knew for sure that it was real.

I used to dread waking up each morning and going to a job that I hate, all to just be able to cover my rent and bills, now I have so much freedom."

After Sandra's story went viral on Estonian media, Optibet's management commented that their servers are getting overloaded with all the people signing and trying their luck.

Here is how to get the 1000€ welcome offer

1) Sign up with Optibet via this link

2) Make a small deposit of at least 10€ to verify their account and to claim their winnings

3) Use the credits to win real money - completely legally!

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