Let ‘em Ride Pays Big For One Georgia Casino Games Players

Let ‘em Ride Pays Big For One Georgia Casino Games Players
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Big casino wins come from all types of games and come along in all sorts of different ways and while high paying and feature rich progressive slots provide many of the bigger scores, casino table games players can also hit the Big Time Slots, especially at the excellent US friendly Bovada casino where many of the games also provide those great progressive jackpots, and it was indeed a Bovada table games jackpot that was hit by player Douglas P who hails from Georgia.

Let em Ride is a fantastic game based around stud poker and it’s extremely popular at Bovada flash and mobile casino, playing wonderfully on all devices, and it’s the elusive yet very rewarding royal flush that players are chasing. Played a little like many video poker variations, when at the Let em Ride tables you'll need to create a hand of a pair of 10’s or higher to get paid, and the better the hand, the bigger your win will be, and Douglas hit that rare royal flush and took home a stellar Bovada jackpot win, one that provided him with a massive $118,879 payout.

Douglas received his first three cards and as they looked very good he raised $10. The final two community cards completed his high paying hand and while the hand itself paid out a staggering 100/1 win, the Bovada Let em Ride progressive jackpot added on even more, pushing the win well over the $100K mark, and we can guarantee that there’ll be one huge party in Georgia pretty soon!

Bovada Casino may be better known for its superb slots selection however many players do really enjoy the excellent table games action that it provides, both to your PC and to your mobile device. Should you wish to join Douglas on the Bovada big winners list then you'll of course need a Bovada account, which will take you no more than a few seconds to open, and your 100% match deposit welcome bonus ensures you take a big stack of chips to the games of your choosing.

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