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The Reel Life

25 September 2008

In the Reel Life's never ending quest to find energy that could be better spent playing the slots online, we travel this week to South Bend, Indiana, in the United States of America.

No, the Reel Life isn't visiting Notre Dame University. Instead, we're looking back at two brothers who brawled over a Hot Pocket. Yes, the tasty microwavable calzone-like sandwich prompted two brothers to get into a fight over who would eat it. The 20-year-old and 18-year-old siblings rumbled over the food, wrestling with each other until the younger brother grabbed a steak knife from the kitchen and cut his older brother. After getting the knife wrestled away from him, the younger brother fled on foot. The older brother was treated for minor injuries at a local hospital. According to the South Bend Tribune, which first reported the story, the fate of the Hot Pocket in question is unknown.

This would have turned out much better if the two had decided to channel their competitive blood thirst for Hot Pockets into online slots. We're thinking a five-minute slots tournament – and the winner gets the Hot Pocket. It works out great. Nobody gets hurt. The two have fun playing for money and food. And the winner gets the spoils – err Hot Pocket.

Now, let's move onto this week's winners.

Get in the fast lane grandma, the Bingo game is ready to roll!

Teng B strikes gold recently made Teng B a rich man. While playing Gold Rally, Teng hit the progressive jackpot and won $1.78 million. The win marks the second time Playtech's Gold Rally has paid out more than $1 million this year for a single win.

Get in the fast lane grandma, the Bingo game is ready to roll!

Jackie D lights the lamp in Bingo Gold

Jackie D recently won £10,730 playing The Price is Right Bingo on Jakcpotjoy.

"I remember watching the numbers going down and from about the 6th number onwards I had every number called," Jackie said. "Even though I was watching it happen I still didn't believe it until it flashed up on screen and then I jumped up and screamed and the family came rushing in thinking I'd hurt myself or something."

"It really couldn't have come at a better time for us," Jackie added. "I've already promised the children a holiday so we'll get away for a bit. I want to go anywhere as long as it's hot."

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