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jackpot

any large prize, kitty, or accumulated stake that may be won in gambling, such as a pool in poker that accumulates until the betting is opened with a pair of jacks or higher
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Meanwhile, the factory worker won RM8,151,184 from Magnum 4D Jackpot on July 24.
The Italian SuperEnalotto lottery is currently offering a pound 195 million jackpot and the next draw takes place tonight.
SuperEnalotto's current jackpot, which has been rolling over since June 2018, is the record jackpot ever offered by SuperEnalotto, and the winner of that enormous prize could be a resident of the Philippines.
Release date- 18062019 - VANCOUVER - Jackpot Digital Inc.
This week's jackpot prize is the highest seen this year, with a prize of NT$580 million (US$18 million).
Unfortunately, no one was able to hit the $325 million jackpot in Wednesday night's drawing.
Amazingly, there is no need to travel to America to take a chance on winning the great Mega Millions jackpot.
On May 12, the over P140 million jackpot of the Super Lotto 6/49 was won by a lone bettor from Manila, while the more than P79 million jackpot of the Ultra Lotto 6/58 was bagged by a bettor from Zambales.
In cases where more than one contestant hits the jackpot, the P150,000 will be divided equally among them.
July 2008: A lucky player from Co Tipperary landed the [euro]15million jackpot with a ticket bought in Carrick-on-Suir, Co Tipperary.
LAHORE -- The re-release of Shoaib Khan's Jackpot has been scheduled for January 11, 2019.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- No one has won the big Powerball prize, so the estimated jackpot now grows to $750 million -- the fourth-largest lottery jackpot in U.S.