A $1.1 Million Progressive Jackpot Will Be In The Cards For One Lucky Atlantic City Casino Patron

Written By Derek Helling on February 11, 2021 - Last Updated on February 15, 2021

How much is a royal flush worth? Because of a huge Caesars progressive jackpot, putting that hand together while playing select table games at any of three Atlantic City casinos is worth over $1.1 million.

While the odds of getting a royal flush are low, each of several games at all three properties is a potential path to the jackpot. Sometime soon, some lucky guest at one of the facilities will walk out with a prize likely many times their wager.

Details on the Caesars progressive jackpot

Caesars Entertainment operates one AC casino under its own name. However, it also runs Harrah’s Resort and the Tropicana. So you can try your hand at any or all of those properties. There are several games you can choose from as well, including:

  • Four Card Poker
  • Let It Ride
  • Mississippi Stud Poker
  • Texas Hold’em Poker
  • Three Card Poker
  • Ultimate Texas Hold’em

Those games are available on the gaming floors in the table games sections, not in the respective casinos’ poker rooms. To have your play eligible for the progressive jackpot win, you must make the additional $5 progressive wager at the beginning of the hand.

Given the fact that all these games at all three facilities are competing for the same jackpot, the odds are that someone will claim this prize soon. With every hand that’s dealt, the inevitable issuance of a royal flush grows ever nearer.

This comes at a great time for casino patrons in New Jersey as well. AC casinos are able to offer more seats at these tables than they have been able to in previous months.

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Eased restrictions at Atlantic City casinos

Last Friday night, a new set of COVID-19 protocols for casino operators in NJ went into effect. Notably, the 25% of fire code capacity increased to 35%. Additionally, the curfew on indoor dining expired.

Casino visitors should still expect to see several house rules for safety, however. For instance, casinos will still require players to properly wear face masks while they play table games, and seats will still be diminished to allow for social distancing.

The later foodservice and increased capacity should improve the experience of going for this jackpot, though. Sometime soon, one person occupying one of these seats will have hundreds of thousands of reasons to celebrate their trip to the casino.

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Derek Helling is a freelance journalist from Chicago. In addition to gaming news, he covers esports, sports business and sports law. When he isn’t writing, he spends his serving his two Munchkin cat overlords.

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