Many gamers spend hours playing to hone their skills and practice new abilities they pick up along the way.

But once in a while luck seems to play a part and smiles upon your gaming thumbs and a feat so incredible happens that it's like magic.

One Halo player shares on YouTube his unbelievable three surface ricocheted sniper shot that is to be re-played over and over to be believed, and is truly one for the books in Halo history.

Gamer and video uploader, identified as Lawrencce 1 posted what now is fast becoming a viral video.

He states on the video description:

"Of course the kill was intentional!! I accurately predicted the spawn of the player after I killed him for the first time, knew exactly where he was positioned when he shot at me and therefore deliberately ricocheted the bullet of three surfaces to take him out, it was very simple really!"

"That was a joke of course, I am well aware that this kill was probably the luckiest I've ever seen on Halo. I got the kill and initially thought that it was nothing more than a decent no-scope, but when I later reviewed the footage in theatre mode, it turns out that the bullet ricocheted THREE times before landing in the head of the opposition player. I know that I was incredibly fortunate and the only purpose of this video is to entertain, I am not professing to be anything more than a slightly-less-than-averagely skilled Halo player, I play the game for fun and for moments such as this one! Thanks very much for watching, hope you enjoyed!"

Lawrencce 1 said in a comment that the original kill was back in 2008 under his player name Consanto and any skeptic and naysayer may check the original Halo 3 film clip from his my share files.

If you are curious to as why he posted an old clip, he says he wanted to give it a proper send off.

Whatever the reason for re-sharing this clip, all would agree that it is an awesome video to review.

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