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Mega Jackpot Hits at BetOnline – Was Up to $392,000

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Feb/09/2017

A Bad Beat Jackpot has just hit at BetOnline with one individual winning $137,177.

Here is how it went down.

Our Bad Beat Jackpot just hit.

The Jackpot was up to $392,000

Quad Jacks lost to Quad Aces. 

Guy with Jacks took home $137,177

Quad aces won an additional $68,569

Everyone else at the table wins $9,795

And $120,000 is seeded into the new Jackpot which is already up and running. To qualify, Quad Jacks or better must lose.

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