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In the meantime, he takes trips to Vegas, sometimes sleeping in his car or in movie theaters for weeks, hoping to hit the jackpot .

Just a few blocks down on Sixth Avenue in Birmingham, they hit the jackpot .

The jackpot hit when Matthew McConaughey read the script and said, “I want to do this.”

From tour guides to chefs, glass blowers to club owners, they each tout different talents to hit the jackpot .

People who play slot machines are excited because they never know when pulling the lever will result in a jackpot .

A faint heart may never win a fair lady, but five of them have won many a jackpot .

Jimmie Greeley was raking in a jackpot , grinning fiendishly at the dour Jim Hutch when they heard heavy, running feet outside.

Then Galbini hit the jackpot with his Taleggio that fills the need for the sharpest, most sophisticated pungence of them all.

When poker was played, beans were put in the jackpot instead of money.

Did the preacher gent die, er did Brother Peyton jump the game, taking the jackpot with him?

Jackpot definition, the chief prize or the cumulative stakes in a game or contest, as in bingo, a quiz contest, or a slot machine. See more.