The world won’t end in 2012… it might just start with Netent scratch card The Lost Pyramid™

Published on 18 December 2012 by Casino Admin

The Lost Pyramid scratch cardLoads and loads of people are getting nervous this week because, for them, a fearsome date is nearing. In four days it will be December the 21-st in the year 2012 and according to their beliefs this means mayhem and disaster, bringing a certain end to the world as we know it. Luckily scientists from all over the globe can testify that this myth, for a large part inspired by a Mayan calendar which ends on the same date and supposedly is predicting “the end of times”, is absolute non-sense. So if I were you I’d try my luck today even with scratch card The Lost Pyramid™ to secure my bright (financial) future.

Maybe “loads and loads of nervous people” is a little bit exaggerated, but on the internet the “21-st of December 2012 Doomsday scenario” really is a popular subject. Various theories about how mankind, the world or even the whole universe will find its tragic end are displayed, but for every theory solid scientific prove lacks, which made even NASA put an official video on YouTube to debunk every single one of the apocalyptic hypotheses.

Also everything to do with the mysterious Mayan and Aztec culture, but nothing to do though with world endings but, on the contrary, with a potentially bright financial start and/or future, is Netent scratch card The Lost Pyramid”.

The card takes you to the jungle of Central America where you’ve discovered an ancient Mayan pyramid of 36 blocks. And instead of sinister messages carrying calendars, you want to find 7 golden blocks that could give you prizes that would make the other Netent jungle-pyramid explorer Gonzalo “Gonzo” Pizzaro from Netent video slot Gonzo’s Quest™ tremble of jealousy.

Special feature in scratch card The Lost Pyramid™ is the variety of bet levels you can play with, and of course the higher your bet, the higher your winnings, with a maximum of € 100.000 on a single € 2 scratch card with 7 Golden Blocks. But already with only 2 Golden Blocks found you win your wager back and with a theoretical RTP (= Return To Player) percentage of 92% it’s hard to miss out on the action anyway.

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