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Card player from Apple Valley wins the jackpot twice in Las Vegas

Baseball cap-wearing visitor William S. of Apple Valley strolled into a Las Vegas casino, played his cards right and walked away with two jackpots for a total of just under $130,000.

A visitor wearing an Apple Valley baseball cap walked into a Las Vegas casino, played his cards right and walked away with two jackpots for a total of just under $130,000.

Officials at the STRAT Hotel, Casino and Tower said William S. was the Apple Valley player who played Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em on Sunday, FOX5 reported.

The bearded card wizard from the High Desert scored two progressive jackpots with the same hand.

The first time, William made a $5 progressive bet, winning $114,001. The second time, he made another $1 progressive bet and won $14,900, according to FOX5.

Ultimate Texas Hold’em

Ultimate Texas Hold’em is distributed in 53 casinos in Las Vegas, with the minimum bet starting at $5 according to Vegas Advantage.

The game is available on the Strip, downtown and at local casinos. The $10 games are even more plentiful.

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Some of the luxury resorts require a minimum bet of $15 or $25 for Ultimate Texas Hold’em during quiet hours.

The best table game in terms of the lowest house edge is Ultimate Texas Hold’em. It won the 2023 Vegas Best Advantage Award for non-blackjack table games.

Daily Press reporter Rene Ray De La Cruz can be reached at 760-951-6227 or RDeLaCruz@VVDailyPress.com. Follow him on Twitter @DP_ReneDeLaCruz

This article originally appeared on Victorville Daily Press: Apple Valley card player hits the jackpot twice in Las Vegas

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