Lucky18Casino.com that is popular with us gamblers has declared that there are two progressive jackpots numbering over $60,000. They haven’t been hit for a long time yet.
Lucky18Casino.com says that according to the statistics the jackpot for the Caribbean Stud Poker has been won 23 times since it was formed. The period between each winning counts 15 days and six hours on average. It’s been 30 days since the jackpot was last hit by a lucky player.
As for the jackpot presented in the Light Speed game, it was hit exactly 123 days after it had become available for players.
The Jackpot Pinatas with $250,000 as a start prize, as Lucky18Casino.com claims, was hit for $273,914 but a lucky owner of the whole pool hasn’t appeared yet. The jackpot has been increasing and now it’s worth over $1.2 million. Here is more information. The jackpot of Aztec Millions stands at $1.1 million.
Although nobody has managed to hit the jackpots of the two last games, Lucky18Casino.com has let it be known that it paid out over $151,000 on its Good To Be Bad 1 dollar game.
Robert Goldman, a person of the Togel Hongkong casino has shared that he doesn’t really know when a real big winner shows up. He also added that he’s impressed at the high amount of their big jackpots. Nevertheless, according to some mathematical calculation the next jackpot win will be Light Speed or Caribbean Stud Poker.
Poker in the Park festival is supposed to be bigger.
In the year 2006 the first festival, called Poker in The Park took place. Bluff Europe, one of the top poker magazines has declared that the third festival is being waited for in August. It will be again full of free live poker games and presence of some leading poker players.
The free festival Poker In The Park is considered largest within Europe. It will be held in London, in Leicester Square Park, during 2 days – August 13 and 14. Some discounted poker goods will be on sale.
Last year the festival was large and memorable. It’s no wonder as about 10 000 poker players showed their skills playing free poker. The festival participants could also meet such poker professionals as David Ulliott, Ian Frazer, Paul Jackson, Neil Channing and Nik Persaud, who gave a talk on poker strategies.
Bluff Europe has let it be known that the 2009 event is going to be even larger and livelier with the visit of leading poker players and exhibitions of poker merchandise from some of the most well-known brands.
Editor-in-Chief for Bluff Europe Michael Caselli claimed, that Poker In the Park is a great event aimed at getting amateur and professional poker players over the UK together, meeting their poker heroes, and improving their technique.