jackpot

  1. the cumulative stake in a game (such as poker)
  2. any outstanding award

Jackpot

Monies carried over to the next suitable race or meeting. This occurs in exotic bet types such as quadrella and superfecta when no investor selects the winning combination.[6]
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jackpot

(from the article `slot machine`) ...the Mills Novelty Company, which added on their reels a picture of a chewing gum pack (soon stylized as the well-known `bar` symbol). The Mills ...
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Jackpot

[game show] Jackpot (also referred to as Jackpot!).is a television game show produced by Bob Stewart which saw contestants attempting to solve riddles in order to win cash and prizes. Jackpot made its debut on the NBC television network on January 7, 1974 as part of their daytime schedule and ran until September 26, 1975. The show emanated ...
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jackpot

A mega-reward given after a particularly exceptional effort.
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Jackpot

A special bonus paid to the loser of a hand if he gets a very good hand beaten. In hold'em, the 'loser' must typically get aces full or better beaten. In some of the large southern California card clubs, jackpots have gotten over $50,000. Of course, the jackpot is funded with money removed from the game as part of the rake.
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Jackpot

A specially designated point bonus; typically among the highest amounts that can be scored with one shot. Jackpots are only available when certain actions are completed, often only during a mode.
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Jackpot

In slot machines, a big win.
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Jackpot

Jackpot is slang for a dilemma, trouble, an arrest by the police.
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Jackpot

Jackpot is the term given to the largest single prize that can be won in a competiton, raffle, tombola, or from gambling machine etc.
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Jackpot

Jackpot The biggest payoff issued by the slot machines.
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Jackpot

Monies carried over to the next suitable race or meeting. This occurs in exotic bet types such as quadrella and superfecta when no investor selects the winning combination.
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Jackpot

Pick six winners in six races to share in a Jackpot prize. The rules and prizes will vary from race track to race track.
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Jackpot

The Tote Jackpot comprises the second to sixth races inclusive. All five winners have to be nominated. Tickets are 50p each.
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Jackpot

This is a special bonus that can be won under criteria established by the poker room.
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jackpot

[n] - any outstanding award
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