Friday the 13th is Lucky for a Las Vegas Slots Player

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Apr/16/2018

Superstitious people tend to go into hiding whenever Friday the 13th rolls around. You would never want a black cat to cross your path that day or to break a mirror. While there is no specific scientific data to confirm that Friday the 13th is actually unlucky, there is a Las Vegas resident that knows just how lucky that day can actually be.

As reported in the PlaySlots4RealMoney.com casino review site last Friday, April 13, earlier in the day (much earlier at 2:30 a.m.) a Las Vegas resident walked away with the $621,606.55 jackpot playing a Buffalo slot machine at The Orleans Hotel & Casino. The jackpot was confirmed by the Las Vegas casino & resort in a statement released on Twitter.

The exact statement was reprinted in the PlaySlots4RealMoney.com casino review site post and it stated “Who ever said that nothing good happens after midnight? Not here at the #Orleans Casino! At 2:30 a.m. this morning one lucky local hit a $621,606.55 #jackpot on this #BuffaloGrand machine! Could you sleep after that? Congratulations #Winner, #Boyd Gaming.”Real money gambling at a Las Vegas casino has produced big winners in the past, but any time someone hits a $600K jackpot it is going to create some attention. The report also noted that last month  at Green Valley Ranch Resort in Henderson, a local woman walked away with a $1.4 million jackpot playing a Buffalo slot machine. The slot machine is manufactured by Aristocrat Technologies. The Green Valley Ranch Resort is owned by Station Casino.

The Orleans Hotel & Casino is owned and operated by Boyd Gaming. It is located just west of the Las Vegas Strip on Tropicana Avenue. One of the most unique aspects of this casino and entertainment giant is its enormous 142,000 square-foot casino floor as noted in a separate link to this property in the PlaySlots4RealMoney.com casino review site piece. The Bourbon Street Cabaret has become famous over the years for providing entertainment that has been the mainstay of the Big Easy and the street it was named for. Real money gamblers enjoy a wide selection of slots machines and an al most never-ending supply of table games to meet every gambler’s needs. When it comes to family fun and other forms of entertainment in the casino gambling capital of the world, The Orleans offers an 18-screen movie complex as well as a 70-lane bowling alley. Children can entertain themselves with a multilevel jungle gym that is appropriately named “Kid’s Tyme.

As part of the entire packaged offered by the Orleans Hotel & Casino is access to Spa Orleans that features any number of luxurious body treatments such as mud masks and seawee d wraps. Dining is also a specialty of the house at one of hotel’s 12 on-site restaurants. Big Al’s Oyster Bar features Creole and Cajun menu items and the French Market Buffet provides a generous sampling of foods from all around the globe.If the lure of winning a six-digit jackpot on one of its Buffalo slot machines does not pique your interest, there is bound to be something that will at Orleans Hotel & Casino.

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