Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh is a factory of Jackpots. After 2022. another jackpot was won in the same casino where eight lucky players won $905,622!
Bad Beat Jackpot is funded by taking 1$ from each pot and adding it to the jackpot prize pool.
Bad Beat Jackpot is activated when one premium hand beats the other premium hand, and the loser gets the most significant share of the Jackpot.
In this case, the player with Quads of Aces lost against Royal Flush and won the bad beat jackpot.
Scott Thompson from Washington was the biggest winner, and he got 40% of the $905,622 that ended up being $362,250.
Brent Enos, who won the hand with Royal Flush, got 30% of the Jackpot for $271,686.
The remaining players at the table split the last 30% for a nice prize of $45,281 each.
“We are unexpectedly and happily becoming a national bad beat jackpot hotspot,” said Rivers general manager Bud Green. “Congratulations to our winning guests and to our Rivers Pittsburgh poker room team members for doing a terrific job.”