BINGOGALA™ saw yet another big bingo progressive jackpot winner today. The player known as BetteBoop12, from Victoria, CA won $11,599.67! As always, the progressive jackpot was re-set to start at $1000, so another big progressive jackpot is already in the making.
BetteBoop12 excitedly gave an interview to togel Entertainment Ltd shortly after her big win. This is what she had to say;
Q. How long have you been playing at BINGOGALA™?
A. I’ve been playing at BINGOGALA™ for 5 yrs
Q. How did it feel when you realised you’d hit the bingo progressive jackpot?
A. I was exhilarated when I found out I had finally won a JP!
Q. What do you like most about playing online?
A. I enjoy playing from my home where I can also do different things like watch TV, do housework, enjoy a drink and/or cigarette at my leisure.
Q. Is there anything special you do, or have, to help bring you luck?
(Such as a lucky mascot etc)
A. No I don’t have a ‘lucky’ token or anything.
Q. What do you intend to do with your winnings?
A. With my winnings I will pay some bills, share with my family & friends, & take a trip to Las Vegas in May.
Q. What message would you give to other players on BINGOGALA™ who dream of hitting a jackpot?
A. My message to others is that “Yes, it really happens, just when you don’t expect it”
Q. Will you continue to play at BINGOGALA™?
A. Of course I’ll continue to play at BINGOGALA™. I have played at other sites but this was always first site for me, especially since they updated with new features.
Everyone at Bingo Entertainment Ltd offers their heartfelt congratulations to a loyal player.
Deaf Players Compete For WSOP Seat in Illinois Tournament
Deaf people from Illinois and surrounding states are expected to compete in the area’s first Deaf Texas Hold’em poker tournament on February 25 in River Grove.
The winner and second place finisher each will win a separate seat to World Series of Poker events at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas, as well as travel expenses. Entry fee is $65 per person, with only players 18 years of age and older eligible to participate. The Deaf Texas Hold’em poker tournament will run from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Players will communicate their bets by American Sign Language (ASL) and other methods of communication, said Ed Glennon, Jr., chairperson of the event, sponsored by the West Suburban Association of the Deaf (WSAD).
“Our organization encourages deaf and hard of hearing individuals to communicate and interact in activities the same as hearing people,” said Glennon, adding that the poker tournament is a great example along with other programs and activities offered by WSAD.
The logistics of the deaf tournament itself are being coordinated by WSAD and Rockford Charitable Games Association, Inc. (RCGA), party planner and consulting organization. The company is bringing poker tables and equipment to the banquet facility.
“The tournament speaks to the stunning popularity and growth of the game of Texas Hold’em,” said Jim Kasputis, president of RCGA, whose company assists Illinois charities such as WSAD run their own tournaments and raise money to help fund programs they sponsor. Each charity poker fundraiser attracts 300-500 players, said Kasputis.