Teaser 2689: The right choice

From The Sunday Times, 6th April 2014 [link]

I am organising a tombola for the fete. From a large sheet of card (identical on both sides) I have cut out a lot of triangles of equal area. All of their angles are whole numbers of degrees and no angle exceeds ninety degrees. I have included all possible triangles with those properties and no two of them are identical. At the tombola entrants will pick a triangle at random and they will win if their triangle has a right-angle. The chances of winning turn out to be one in a certain whole number.

What is that whole number?