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Celebratory Doughnuts and Ice Cream for Burnaby Woman After Unbelievable $630K Slot Win on BCLC’s

Winner Dolyna P.


MegaJackpots Cleopatra

MegaJackpots Cleopatra

Congratulations Dolyna!

Dolyna P. travel plans just got a hole lot more a-glaze-ing after winning some serious dough — $630,434.26 to be exact — playing the Cleopatra MegaJackpots slot game on BCLC’s

Thanks to her prize, the Burnaby resident can’t wait to visit some bucket list destinations with her partner including Japan and Italy, and may also take a train ride across Canada.

Dolyna found out about her September 16, 2023 win just before dozing off to sleep one evening.

“I couldn’t believe it, she said. “I decided to take a screenshot on my phone so I could think about it but the next morning I was still thinking about it.”

Dolyna asked her husband to take a second look at her phone.

“He thought it was a joke or a prank even after I showed him the screenshot, so we called BCLC to check. We were both pretty convinced it wasn’t real!”

After verifying that the win was indeed real, the two of them celebrated her windfall over doughnuts and ice cream.

In addition to her travel plans, Dolyna looks forward to gifting some of her prize to charity and said it’s “surreal” to win a prize of this amount.

Congratulations, Dolyna! Wishing you and your family all the best!

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