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Caesars Palace Gambler Hits Three Jackpots in Three Hours

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An anonymous player spent an incredible night on the slot machines at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, where they won $660,000 after winning three jackpots.

A player with an incredible winning streak won $660,000 in payouts on slot machines at a Las Vegas casino after hitting three jackpots in one night.

The player placed a bet of $25 per line on each game on the Dragon Link slot machine at Caesars Palace. The first win came at 9:27 PM on Tuesday (March 26), with a prize of $125,000 won on Dragon.

They then walked away with an even bigger prize of $383,500 that same night, around 10:58 p.m. But his winning streak didn’t end there.

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The player won another $159,250 at 12:27 a.m. on Wednesday (March 27). Caesars Entertainment confirmed the big win.

Around 24 percent of winnings will be retained for tax purposes, as required for those who win prizes worth 300 times the stake.

It’s crazy to consider that the odds of winning these games are only 0.000025 percent. However, last year alone, slot machines won a staggering $35.51 billion in casinos across the United States, a 4 percent increase from 2022, according to Fortune.

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In other gambling news, this time a loss, a woman in the UK missed out on a £3.6 million lottery prize due to a “twist of fate.”.

Nicole Makrigannis, 23, tried her luck with the Set for Life lottery last month, which promised an annual “salary” of £120,000, but things quickly went wrong for her.

Nicole shared: “It was my second time playing, I played with two sets of numbers, the second set of numbers I wasn’t going to buy initially, but on a whim, I just put in random numbers that I liked. Those were the ones that were one, which is strange to me.”

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“At first I looked at the numbers and thought, whatever, but then I saw that the first and second numbers were close. Then I realized they were all one above the number.”

“I started laughing and crying. I thought it was tragically funny. I was with my best friend Jess and I called my mom right away, and neither of them could understand why I was as shocked as I was.”

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