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Lucky Weekend for One Local Player With More Than $200,000 in Jackpots

PLACERVILLE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/06/14 -- Red Hawk Casino, home to some of the luckiest and loosest slots, paid more jackpots to even more winners this weekend. One lucky local won more than $200,000 in jackpots in just two days.

The Placerville, Calif., resident knew she would have a great time during her weekend visits to Red Hawk Casino, as she says "Red Hawk is always nicer than the other area casinos." However, she didn't imagine winning several jackpots for more than $200,000 in just two days. Her favorite slots are the Game King video poker machines and her jackpots of $20,000 and $50,000 on Friday afternoon, on the same slot machine, made her feel extremely lucky. She returned to Red Hawk on Saturday and was thrilled to hit a Royal Flush for an amazing $100,000 payout. Her winning continued with another $20,000 jackpot just an hour later, along with a couple smaller jackpots. As for her plans for her big wins, she will pay some bills, and keep coming to Red Hawk where she feels luckiest.

"Our guests voted us Sacramento's Best Casino three years in a row because they enjoy winning more jackpots, more often. They also know our team members provide them with a first-class casino experience that is unmatched," says Bryan deLugo, general manager.

Red Hawk Casino is conveniently located on Highway 50 at Red Hawk Parkway. For quick and easy access to Red Hawk Casino events, entertainment and dining, download the Red Hawk Casino mobile app at www.redhawkcasino.com/app. Call 888-573-3495 or visit www.redhawkcasino.com for information.

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