A 72-year old man can finally think about the much deserved retirement after winning the slots jackpot at an online casino. The lucky winner of $94,377 at Casino.com is identified as Albert. He won the jackpot prize playing an online slots game during a break at work.
Retirement for the jackpot winner
At his age, Albert should have thought about retiring but because he wasn’t able to save enough money for this time of his life, he had to work on a graveyard shift as a hospital caretaker. He has been keeping this job for the past 19 years. If not for his medical bills, which ate up most of his savings when he was younger, he could have enough money to push through with his plans of retiring at the age of 65. He has been trying to save every penny, hoping for a happy retirement like every senior his age. Unfortunately, he had accumulated a large amount of medical bills in his 50s. He wasn’t able to put aside enough money also because of the rising living expenses. Given his situation, the 72-year old man is happy to have lady luck by his side when he played the online slots during a midnight dinner break at work. Now that he won more than $94,000, he can think about his plans and finally take a break from work, since he’s already past the retirement age.
The lucky winner admitted that for many years, he has been filling out countless lottery tickets, hoping that someday, he will have his lucky break. He also enjoys online gaming, and lucky for him, playing his favorite game of slots just made him $94,000 richer overnight. Before hitting the jackpot, however, Albert also won $2,000 at Casino.com with only a $20 bet. These winning streaks happened just a few weeks before he turns 73. Now, he doesn’t have to wait any more to get his much deserved retirement.
The 72-year old jackpot winner says that he’s not planning to splurge on anything extravagant, but has a more modest plan. He plans on staying at home and spending more time with his loyal dog named Barbie. That seems to be his idea of retirement after having to work so hard as a hospital caretaker for so many years. Despite the delayed retirement, Albert says that he’s still grateful. He may consider himself still lucky to be able to work at his age and hold his job for almost 20 years.
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