'Tyrant' Wins $273,383 at the TigerGaming Bad Beat Jackpot Tables
How would you feel if you lost a hand in hold'em with quad jacks? Normally this would make you wonder if it could get any worse.
This just occurred to "Tyrant" on Jan. 7 after his quad jacks proved to be no good against a straight-flush held by "pokerplayer4ever" on a $1/$2 no-limit hold'em table at TigerGaming, costing him a pot of almost $400.
However, instead of feeling deflated about this insane bad beat, "Tyrant" had tears of joy thanks to playing at a bad beat jackpot table where the jackpot was approaching $1 million.
"Tyrant" collected a huge $273,383 or 27.5 percent of the total jackpot. His opponent also had more reasons to celebrate outside of winning the $400 pot since he collected $149,018 or 15 percent of the jackpot.
There were two other players in the hand and despite both folding preflop, they also won in a big way, each sharing 15 percent of the jackpot which amounted to $74,509 each.
A smaller windfall was provided to players actively playing at other designated bad beat jackpot tables since they were able to share 5 percent of the huge jackpot.
This feel-good story can happen to you as instead of the jackpot being reset to a very small amount, 27.5 percent of the last jackpot was seeded for the next one. This means if you wind up as "unlucky" as "Tyrant", you will trigger a jackpot already approaching $300,000.
To trigger the next big bad beat jackpot, you must lose a hand with quad jacks or better with you and your opponent using both of your hole cards, and at least four players in the hand.
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Not only is the bonus potentially big, but it is easy to clear as well as it releases into your available account balance in tiny $5 chunks for every 1,500 comp points earned. You have 60 days to release the full bonus amount after which your remaining bonus will be forfeited.
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