Hawaiian women wins $10.7M on penny slot machine

Hawaiian Women Wins $10.7M on Penny Slot Machine

By Maria Mercedes Galuppo (Buzz60)

A Hawaiian women placed a bet on the cheapest slot machine in one Las Vegas casino and won a whopping $10.7 million.

The guest at the Wynn Las Vegas tried her luck at the a penny slot machine, placing $3 bets.

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She cashed out the total payout of $10,777,270.51. More than $1 million of the win will go straight to state funds as Hawaii imposes an 11 percent rate on casino winnings.

The winning machine was a custom, Wynn-themed version of the popular Megabucks game that can be found at most casinos.

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$390 million (Mega Millions)


March 6, 2007
Winning tickets sold in Georgia and New Jersey

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$399.4 million (Powerball)


Sept. 18, 2013
Winning ticket sold in South Carolina

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$414 million (Mega Millions)

Raymond Moyer and Robyn Collier

March 18, 2014
Winning tickets sold in Maryland and Florida

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$425.4 million (Powerball)

B. Raymond Buxton

Feb. 19, 2014
Winning ticket sold in California

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$587.5 million (Powerball) 

Cindy and Mark Hill

Nov. 28, 2012
Winning tickets sold in Missouri and Arizona

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That game is the source of the largest slot machine jackpot ever recorded. A lucky 25-year-old Los Angeles resident won a total of $40 million on the machine at the Excalibur in 2003.

The lucky winner has decided to remain anonymous for now.

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