Biggest Wins in Slot Machines

Among all the games you’d see in a casino floor, it is the sounds of slot machines that you’d hear most often. In fact, even if you play in online casinos such as, slots are also the same game that contributes the biggest chunk of profits.

But not all the time, these slot machines are yielding profits to casinos. Because no matter how random it gets, it is still paying out. Let us look at some of the biggest wins by players in casino slots in the next lines.

Elmer Sherwin – $21 million and $4.6 million dollars

It is just difficult to fathom the fact that you can earn millions of dollars in slot machine in Las Vegas. But still, one man was lucky enough to found himself in such position not once, but twice. Elmer Sherwin, a 76 year old World War II veteran was able to bag home 4.6 million dollars in the Megabucks jackpot, just a mere 10 hours right after The Mirage has opened to the general public.

And despite winning big, Sherwin kept on playing the slots once or twice in a week, hoping to bag another win. Then just 16 years later, his inkling did not fail him and was able to win 21 million dollars in the same jackpot. But this time around, rather than travelling and lavishing with all his money, he gave a big percentage of it to charity.

Amy Nishimura – $8.9 million

Amy Nishimura is actually a 71 year old navy who was able to win her jackpot while taking a vacation. Every single time she visits Vegas, she is playing the same slot machine at Freemont Hotel. She played for around 3 hours with less than a hundred dollars before bagging her big win of almost 9 million dollars. It just shows that being relentless can go a long way.

Anonymous – $39.7 million

An unknown man, aged 25 years old just came to pass the Excalibur Casino while waiting for a basketball game. But does not stop him from winning one of the biggest payouts in Vegas of all time that is worth over 39 million dollars. Well, can you think of a better way of passing the time? The anonymous winner has decided to take 1.5 million dollars every year as a payout for the next 25 years. Such a sensible decision for not splurging all his money in one go.