Hopeful Multi-Millionaire Ends Up Empty Handed

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - The Alabama Supreme Court says a woman
who thought she had hit a jackpot worth almost $42 million at the
Victoryland electronic bingo center will end up empty handed.

The court ruled Friday that an electronic bingo machine that
showed Sherry Knowles had won $41.8 million obviously malfunctioned
and that she was actually due no more than $2 from the operation in
Macon County.

The decision reversed a Macon County court ruling that said
Victoryland owed Knowles $10 million.

Knowles had bet $1 on an electronic bingo machine on May 2nd,
2006 when the machine started adding credits, eventually showing
she had won $41.8 million. Victoryland officials said the machine
displayed the symbol "snake eyes," which only pays two credits,
or $2.

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