- In episode 31, Charlie McCay steals this card from a museum as part of a convoluted elaborate plan. Thanks to this card ability, Charlie was granted infinite good luck. Later Charlie uses this card during his Duel against a WDC Duelist. He Xyz Summons this card by overlaying three "Dice Levelers" (who were all Level 7 through their own effects). Charlie then activates "Dream Dice" to roll a die. Charlie gets a six, so "Dream Dice" reduces the ATK of the opponent's "Kachi Kochi Dragon", "Thunder End Dragon" and "Daigusto Phoenix" to 0. This card attacks one of the opponent's monsters and Charlie activates this card's effect to roll a die and multiply this card's ATK by the result. Charlie gets a six, so its ATK becomes 4200. This card then destroys its attack target, winning Charlie the Duel.
- This card also appears in a flashback Astral has when he notes Charlie's Dueling is the average Dueling for Duelists.
- Later When Charlie gets surrounded by authorities at the Duel square, he claims he will never be caught so long as he has this card. Using this card's power he steals various cards from the spectators including Yuma's "Number 11: Big Eye" through a powerful gust of wind.
- Later this card is shown when Kari explains to Yuma and Tori that whoever owned this card in the past became instant millionaires or famous stars due to its ability to grant its user super luck.
- When Charlie gets surrounded by authorities when trying to board a train to the hospital, he claims it will be a bit of a problem for them to get him since he still has this card. Using this card's power, he knocks away the authorities and short circuits the train in order to get it to go the hospital.
- In episode 32, Charlie uses this card during his Duel against Yuma Tsukumo. He Xyz Summons this card by overlaying three "Dice Levelers" (who were all Level 7 through their own effects). This card attacks directly. Charlie then activates this card's effect to roll a die and multiply this card's ATK by the result. Charlie gets a six, so its ATK becomes 4200, but Yuma activates "Nitwit Outwit" to send "Zubaba Knight" from his hand to the Graveyard and reduce the Battle Damage he would take by the ATK of "Zubaba Knight". At the end of Charlie's Battle Phase, this card's effect expires, returning this card's ATK to its original value. After Yuma destroys "Sun Scale" via "Commander of Swords", this card's good lucky ability is removed from Charlie, rendering him unable to get sixes on die rolls anymore. After the second effect of "Sun Scale" inflicts 500 damage to Yuma, Charlie activates the effect of "Take a Chance" to roll a die. Charlie however gets a one, so his Life Points go down from 100000 to 4000 and the effects of all further die results are negated. On the last turn of the Duel, Yuma activates "Chaos Number 39: Utopia Ray" three times to increase its ATK by 1500 (500 for each Overlay Unit detached) and decrease this card's ATK by 3000 (1000 for each Overlay Unit detached). "Utopia Ray" then attacks and destroys this card, winning Yuma the Duel.
- In episode 37, this card appears in a series of flashbacks Astral has when he notes the "Numbers" are pieces of his memories and he wonders what he really is.
- In episode 67, Dr. Faker uses Sphere Field to absorb this card along with every "Number" Yuma and Vetrix had in their possession after Yuma defeats Vetrix.
- At some point between episode 73 and episode 74, Astral absorbs this card along with every "Number" that Dr. Faker had in his possession.
- In episode 82, this card is amongst the "Numbers" shown with Astral in the Emperor's Key when Astral observes the "Numbers" he and Yuma currently have and which "Numbers" they still need to find.
- In episode 112, this card is shown in Yuma's explanation to Mr. Heartland when he explains that to him and Astral the Numbers represent what they everything fighting for.
- In episode 146, this card appears in the montage of "Numbers" in the Summoning sequence of "Number 99: Utopic Dragon".
- This card's attack name is "Super Lucky Nova" in the Japanese version and "Hand Slam" in the dub.
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