Players continue to win big in Sin City through 2019. This makes Las Vegas the city with the biggest payouts across the world.
Visitors have been hailing the city to place bets on sports, table games, as well as poker. Over and above, Las Vegas has a wide variety of slot offering some of the biggest jackpots in the world.
The variety of machines and large prizes attract local players as well as visitors. For instance last week, one player managed to win $1.7 million jackpot at the Wynn Las Vegas. Everyone present was amazed to see the player turn his $10 bet into $1,734,677.
Last January another player managed to also win $5.4 million slot machine jackpot which was paid out on a $5 Wheel of Fortune machine.
Other recent wins include a big slot win of $2.2 million, which was one by a gambler while playing the Wheel of Fortune at the Mirage Hotel and Casino. The player wagered $5 on the Triple Red Hot Bell game and was not let down!
Luck carrying over from 2019
Last Thanksgiving a gambler managed to win $1,0568212 on a $10 bet on the Wheel of Fortune Triple Gold Spin Megatower game at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
There were also other big wins across the city in Reno and Laughlin. For instance, a California resident managed to win $1,736,674 at Laughlin.
Notable jackpots in Vegas
Who has never dreamed about winning a fortune? Some lucky people have not only dreamed about it, but they have also won, and not just a few dollars in a local shop lottery scratch card, but some of the biggest jackpots in history.
The biggest recorded jackpot in the history of Las Vegas city was won back in 2003 by a 25-year-old software engineer from Los Angeles.
He was able to claim a payout of exactly $39,710,826.36 from a $100 bet on another Megabucks machine at the Excalibur Resort.
Interestingly enough the Megabucks jackpot was paid in equal parts over 25 years, which means he still receives over a million dollars annually.
In 2000, Cynthia Jay-Brennan, a former Monte Carlo casino employee managed to claim almost $35 million. She decided to do one last spin betting $3.
In another story, a 67-year old retired flight attendant spent $100 on her favourite slot machine and she managed to win $27.5 million at the Palace Station hotel.
Others such as the 49-year old Illinois put a $10 bill into a Megabucks machine at the Roman-themed property and hit this whopping multimillion-dollar slot jackpot on his first spin.
Other bizarre odds include a man winning twice at Megabucks. The frequent Vegas visitor, Sherwin hi his first Megabucks jackpot of $4.6 million at the Mirage in 1989. Later on at the age of 92, he manages to win $21.1 million.
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