PUNE (India) - "This is a card-key for your room in this hotel. Have a nice day and enjoy your stay with us", the lady receptionist at Hotel Novatel in Hamilton (New Zealand) told to the Pakistan team manager, Intikhab Alam while allotting room no.: 420 to him on Monday morning. 420 may merely be a number is New Zealand But section 420 of the Indian Penal Code also used in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan has become a slang reference for a confidence trickster. Such criminals are 420 in popular culture in these countries. The section deals with the cases of cheating and awards punishment of fine and / or jail up to 7 years. "I had no slightest hesitation in accepting this room (no. 420), Intikhab Alam said over telephone. "It is a gimmick and I don't believe in all these things", Alam who was a manager and coach respectively of the Pakistan teams that won World Cup (1992) and Twenty20 in England, added further. . Alam may be hoping his Hotel room number is proved lucky when his team takes on Kiwis in the second Twenty20 match on Tuesday. "We hope to equal the series tomorrow. The first Twenty20 match was lost due to Southee's hat-trick taking bowling but the mood in the Pakistan camp is high". Hamilton has three grounds but the international matches are being played at Seddon Park which was named after the former Richard John (King Dick) Seddon. It is also being recognised as Westpac Park now. New Zealand Cricket (NZC) had given Westpac Park in Hamilton the green light to stage international matches. The new pitch at the ground had been made out of South Island Waikari clay. The 10,000 capacity ground became New Zealand's newest Test venue in the 1990/91. The first Twenty20 was played against West Indies exactly three years ago.