big win

big win

(jargon)
An MIT term for a Good Thing or a lucky accident.
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The unbelievable winning streak lasted over 48 hours as she landed big win upon big win on some of the most popular games in the casino.
Named 'The Big Win,' the promotion rewards members with custom bonus offers of at least 50,000 IHG Rewards Club bonus points or at least 10,000 miles throughout the promotional period, between September 1 and December 31.
Summary: Mumbai: Mumbai are the new IPL champions, and deservingly so, after a big win over .
When contacted by our reporters, the Casino La Vida team was abuzz with excitement after the big win.
All BFC branches are participating in the Big Win campaign, ensuring customers have the opportunity to win regardless of where they normally conduct their transactions.
MICHAEL KEMP'S comment relating to my dog Bodell Clare's win at Monmore last week - that it was nice for me to have a big win after 21 years of having dogs with him and trainer wife Hazel - certainly made me smile.
I've been using the money I was saving for our family summer holiday and now I'm panicking because losses are mounting but I can't stop as I could miss out on a big win.
Coach Roderick Jackson just celebrated a big win ("Coach Sidelined," Short Stuff, F/M '05).
Mrs Creighton, 40, said: 'The clairvoyant that sent me a letter did say I'd have one big win and in the future have two smaller wins.
Mrs Creighton, 40, said: ``The clairvoyant that sent me a letter did say I'd have one big win and in the future have two smaller wins.
I knew it was a big win, but just couldn't believe we had won pounds 1.
It's a big win for us - financially, it's a massive win for us because money is really tight at the McAlpine now," said Jackson.