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Slot player wins nearly $12.5M in Las Vegas casino

By Associated Press


LAS VEGAS >> Slot manufacturer IGT says a player who stopped by the MGM Grand hotel-casino in Las Vegas ended up leaving as a multimillionaire.

IGT says the player won a $12.46 million jackpot on a Megabucks machine on Monday afternoon. The machine is part of Nevada's progressive slot system.

IGT says Monday was the 24th time one of its machines paid out more than a million dollars since the start of the year.

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MolokaiChuck wrote:
It was not me.......!
on November 9,2013 | 04:27AM
false wrote:
Hope they left me some for December.
on November 9,2013 | 04:36AM
omd111 wrote:
I think that was my Uncle or Aunty!
on November 9,2013 | 06:09AM
dcontributor wrote:
It was my mom-in-law. I'm gonna go up her place in Pearl City today to clean her yard in time for her return today.
on November 9,2013 | 06:47AM
what wrote:
Clean her yard? Way to get on her good side ;)
on November 9,2013 | 09:00AM
jomama wrote:
Almost as much as Mitch D'Olier will make from the sale of Kailua. Cha Ching!
on November 9,2013 | 09:18AM
Ken_Conklin wrote:
I hate these stories "X wins bazillions in Vegas." Because they are never balanced by stories about how much money was lost in Vegas by how many thousands of people, and how many went broke or divorced because of it.
on November 9,2013 | 12:01PM
paniolo wrote:
Opposite is true here in Hawaii. People broke because they pay higher taxes for everything. State no more money. And, did you see the story about the price of a gallon of Haleakala milk on Maui at $10?
on November 9,2013 | 12:21PM
Giligan wrote:
Put one in Waikiki, Ala Moana, Pearlridge, or maybe each ABC store. SPECIAL SESSION LEGISLATORS?
on November 10,2013 | 06:37AM
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