32Red Online Casino Cash Splash Win

Published Tuesday, May 12, 2009 - Online-Casinos.com

The quickest ever progressive jackpot win was just announced by 32Red, the award winning online casino. Identified as simply SP, the player loaded the Cash Splash online slot machine and within 13 seconds, 6 spins and just £18 later was instantly £39,500 richer.

Pat Harrison, Operations Director for 32Red Online Casino, said, "We were all amazed when SP won the Cash Splash jackpot so quickly. Looking at just how few spins it took for her to win nearly £40,000 is quite staggering. A progressive jackpot win is a rarity and to land one in just 13 seconds of playing is a world record. We've congratulated SP and wish her the best of luck for the future"

Big winners and particularly the progressive slots have been the reason the 32Red Online Casino has a great reputation. One player recently at 32Red won the Cash Splash jackpot an incredible 5 times between October 2008 and January 2009. The online casino, reports that the company welcomes many big winners, having helped create 2 millionaires since the casino's launch in 2002, with two wins of £1,094,112.81 and £1,000,641.13 respectively.

Cash Splash is one of several different progressive slot machines available to play through 32Red. These casino games play as normal online slots but also allow the player to be part of a growing bundle of cash that grows and grows until usually it is quite a substantial sum. River Belle online casino just payed out a fantastic amount of money to a lucky Mega Moolah progressive slot online player.

Mark Quayle, Head of Marketing for 32Red online casino commented that S.P.'s amazing win tops off a great 6 months for the Cash Splash slot game at 32Red.

32Red is the six times winner of the Best Casino title awarded by watchdog and player advocate, Casinomeister. Over 80% of 32Red's players are from the UK. 32Red is licensed and regulated by the Government of Gibraltar. 32Red Casino is committed to responsible gambling and ensures the company adheres fully to UK law.

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