Millionaire Sevens(R) Make a Millionaire Out of Local Woman

SOURCE: Red Hawk Casino

$1.4 Million Jackpot for Placerville Retiree

SACRAMENTO, CA–(Marketwire – August 26, 2010) –  Lynn H. from Placerville, California, hit a $1.4 million jackpot on August 24 at Red Hawk Casino playing a penny Millionaire Sevens® slot machine. Lynn is a frequent visitor to Red Hawk and loves to visit for the great food and to play slots. She had been playing for about 30 minutes, and had only spent about $20 when lights started flashing. At first she wasn’t sure what the lights meant and didn’t realize that this win was going to be the biggest of her life! Lynn took out her reading glasses to get a closer look at the payouts when a slot floor representative came to her machine full of excitement and congratulations. 

Lynn plans to purchase a big-screen television just in time for football season, as well as do some repairs to her house. When asked what her advice was to other slot players hoping to hit it big, she said, “Play Max Bet, always Play Max Bet!”

This is the third progressive jackpot to hit in recent weeks at Red Hawk Casino. On Sunday, August 8, Keri K., from Sacramento, won a $179,950 progressive jackpot playing a Fortune King™ penny slot and on Tuesday, July 6, Anna G., from Elk Grove, Calif., won a $226,853 progressive jackpot playing a Wheel of Fortune® quarter machine. 

Red Hawk Casino, along with over 300 other Tribal casinos across the nation, belongs to a 17 state Native American progressive gaming network. Any time a coin is played in a linked machine, anywhere in the network, the cumulative jackpot continues to grow until it is won.

For more information on Red Hawk Casino, please call 1-888-5REDHWK (888-573-3495) or visit

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Joshua Taustein
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David Gutierrez
Dresner Corporate Services
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