Bad Beat Jackpot at BetOnline to Pay Out Huge

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Dec/15/2016

A massive Bad Beat Jackpot is now available for the taking at BetOnline.

From Dave Mason at BetOnline:

It keeps growing (that's what she said). Bad Beat Jackpot over $126,000. Lose with quad Jacks or better and you are rich.

Don’t wait!  This jackpot could be hit as this piece is going to press.

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Get up to a $25.00 free play on your first ever bet placed in BetOnline.ag's Live Dealer Casino. If your bet wins: Congratulations, you are on the way. If you lose, BetOnline.ag will return your funds through our freeplay bonus. It's a win-win all the way!

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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