A jackpot winner has recently made as many headlines as lottery king “Chico” from Dortmund. With activities such as distributing money to children in the northern part of the city or going on a big luxury shopping tour in Amsterdam with media accompaniment, he has polarized properly.
But how much longer can the lottery king “Chico” from Dortmund in the lap of luxury throw the millions he has won out the window? After all, Ferraris and designer clothes aren’t exactly bargains, and even the fattest account is empty at some point.
Lottery king “Chico” from Dortmund keeps his luck a secret
Kürsat Y., better known as “Chico”, has made no secret of his wealth from the very beginning. After becoming a millionaire overnight with a lucky lottery ticket, he first went to the “Bild” newspaper. This was followed by interviews with various media and even an appearance on “Stern TV” on RTL.
The native of Dortmund was never embarrassed to tell what he has now bought for a great car, designer clothes and luxury watches. When the poor man then complained in a radio booth that he unfortunately couldn’t get VIP tickets for BVB, he not only angered envious people but also more moderate minds. (THE WEST reported)
Will the lottery king soon become the bankrupt king?
Anyone looking at social media can see many comments asking when lottery king “Chico” will become broke king “Chico”. Apparently they don’t have to wait that long anymore.
Because RTL did the math and came to the conclusion that the ten million euros won by “Chicos” could already be three million gone. You don’t pay for a Ferrari and several Rolex watches from the tip box.
Will “Chico” be bankrupt again next year?
If the lottery king of Dortmund continues to throw his money out of the window at this rate, he would be back where he was before his big lottery luck according to projections in another three months.
It is not without reason that he has already received warnings from several quarters to invest his money and not just spend it. Whether he has listened to the good advice will be seen in the new year at the latest.
>> Editor’s note <<
Gambling can be addictive. When gambling behavior gets out of control and becomes a substitute for other personal problems, it can develop into pathological behavior and even into gambling addiction. It is then no longer just about spontaneous leisure time fun, but the game then suddenly takes on questionable functions: avoiding fear, panic, depression and other negative feelings or avoiding problems.
Anyone who thinks they are addicted to gambling or know someone who might be addicted to gambling can get help. There is a free and anonymous hotline for this: 0800/1372700. More information on bzga.