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Dlucky experience scam

D Lucky is regarded as the best slot player in the world, and he charging $1,795 for the Dlucky experience, which we believe is a scam.

Continue reading below to learn more about the Dlucky experience scam.

Dlucky experience scam

D Lucky is selling something called an experience for $1,795 and you get;

  1. Thumbs Up Photo Op (1 Photo Per Person)
  2. Swag Bag (QTY: 1)
  3. Meet and Greet with D Lucky (10 Mins)

What he is really doing is promising you that you will win on the slot machine, but you must bring “$1,000 minimum up to $5,000.00 of slot play” in addition to the $1,795 that you must pay to meet him.

Everyone who is educated understands that you can win or lose money on a slot machine. Most likely, he has a lot more losers who do this experience than winners, and obviously, only the winning videos make it up to his social media platform because he will not post the losing videos because no one will want to buy the experience.

However, We found some users who talked about their Dlucky experience on Tiktok. Watch below.

Watch the second video below.

“We didn’t hit nothing, not a damn dollar”, the men said.

“Dlucky experience got us zero dollars, infact we lost f___ everything”, They added. “To all the people that wondered if it was real or not real, al least for us it wasn’t real.”

There have also been reports that D lucky got banned from MGM properties. This has not been confirmed as true at this time.

D lucky face
D lucky alleged face/Credit: Youtube(So Vain Ent)

D lucky face

D Lucky has never revealed his full name or face on social media, and he is known for his enigmatic persona.

However, there is an alleged photo of D lucky (also known as David Phan) at a basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Denver Nuggets on December 22, 2019, at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.

He was together with Holly Sonders, a sports presenter, and former golfer.

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