Caesars Palace Winner Hits $1.36M Across Four Jackpots in One Week

One high-stakes Las Vegas slot gambler has hit no less than four jackpots at Caesars Palace in the space of a week. The wins totaled around $1.36 million.

Last week, from Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, the player hit three Dragon Link slot machine jackpots on the Caesars Palace casino floor in just three hours.

The wins added up to $667,750. Just one week later, on the morning of Thursday, April 4, the winner was back for seconds.

Once again, on another Dragon Link machine, they hit bigger. The hefty fourth jackpot win of $692,500 eclipsed the sum of the three jackpots from the prior week.

The lucky winner was playing with large stakes of $1,500 to $2,500 a spin before going on the jackpot-winning spree. 

“The guest declined to publicize a name and has asked to remain anonymous. It was an incredible run,” a Caesars Entertainment spokesperson told media outlets this week. 

This one jackpot winner eclipses the $900,000 the casino handed out to several winners in mid-March

Incredible Run

Dragon Link is the game the player hit on all four of their jackpots. The popular Asian dragon-themed game is made by Australian developer Aristocrat, and is available at many Las Vegas casinos. 

Caesars confirmed the news of this week’s biggest jackpot win of the player’s run.

“The very same guest hit another #Jackpot worth $692,500,” the operator said on social media, sharing a photo of the winning screen.

These four jackpot wins will add to the history of people who have won multiple jackpots. Although $1.3 million in a week is a significant amount, it is far from the biggest jackpot win of people who won twice.

Legendary Las Vegas local Elmer Sherwin won $4.6 million at a Megabucks machine in 1989 at the Mirage. Some 16 years later, at the tender age of 92, Sherwin won $21.1 million on a Megabucks machine at the Cannery Casino in North Las Vegas. 

It’s also nowhere near the biggest payout Caesars Palace has ever had to make to a gambler.

In 1999, one lucky player from California hit a $21.3 million Megabucks jackpot at the venerable Las Vegas venue. And they wagered significantly less than this latest winner’s $1,500 average bet. The $21 million winning wager was just $10, and it was the player’s first spin.

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