QUAPAW, OK - Holding four deuces and the losing hand Sunday night, Jane Ellen
Neal of Miami, Oklahoma won the largest know "Bad Beat" poker jackpot in
Oklahoma. Her four deuces lost to four 10s held by Jason Cleary of Tulsa.
Neal's 'Bad Beat' hand earned her $84,923. Cleary won $42,461. Another 52
players won $1,633 from the hand out of a total jackpot of $212,300. The jackpot
had grown for more than five months.
The poker jackpot at Downstream Casino splits in the following way:
40% to the loser of the hand
20% to the winner of the hand
40% split among all the other players in jackpot eligible poker games
"It was the largest 'Bad Beat' jackpot we've ever heard about in Oklahoma,"
said Downstream Poker Manager Elliott Schecter. "So you can imagine the
excitement here when that hand played out."
The Bad Beat Jackpot pays at Downstream Casino when a big poker hand of four
deuces or better loses to another even bigger hand.
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