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Noun
/ˈjakˌpät/,
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jackpots, plural;
  1. A large cash prize in a game or lottery, esp. one that accumulates until it is won


  1. pot: the cumulative amount involved in a game (such as poker)
  2. any outstanding award
  3. Japckot is a 1960 British crime film directed by Montgomery Tully and starring William Hartnell, Betty McDowall and Eddie Byrne.
  4. Jackpot is a 2001 comedy-drama film directed by Michael Polish and written by Michael and his brother, Mark Polish. It had a limited release in the USA on July 27, 2001.
  5. Jackpot (জ্যাকপট)is a 2009 Bengali film directed by Koushik Ganguly. The film is starring Hiran Chatterjee, Koyel Mallick, Rahul Banerjee, Sohini Pal. After her debut in Bow Barracks Forever, this is Sohini Pal's (daughter of actor Tapas Pal) second film.
  6. Jackpot is the debut album by rapper Chingy, it went Double Platinum. It was released on July 7, 2003, as part of the Disturbing tha Peace Label. ...
  7. Jackpot Comics was the name of an American anthology comic book series published by MLJ Magazines Inc., more commonly known as MLJ Comics, for nine issues between Spring 1941 and Spring 1943. It featured new stories of a number of characters previously seen in other MLJ publications.
  8. Jackpot is the hero name shared by two fictional comic book characters, Sara Ehret and Alana Jobson, owned by Marvel Comics and primarily appearing in Spider-Man's stories. ...
  9. (Can we verify^(+) this sense?) A variant of draw poker in which players contribute equally to the pot and in which betting may be started only by a player with a pair of jacks or a better hand. ...
  10. (Jackpots) These are unique in that they are specially designated points bonuses. Jackpots rank among the very highest amounts of winnings that are possible in the game. Note that they are readily available only when certain gaming actions have been completed – specifically during a mode. ...
  11. A bonus opportunity to win under specific circumstances set by the poker room.
  12. A special bonus paid to the loser of a hand if he gets a very good hand beaten. In hold'em, the "loser" must typically get aces full or better beaten. In some of the large southern California card clubs, jackpots have gotten over $50,000. ...
  13. A big prize usually awarded for achieving a difficult pattern, such as a blackout, within a specified number of balls.
  14. A prize fund awarded to a player who meets a set of predetermined requirements. For example, some casinos will give a jackpot to someone who gets four-of-a-kind or higher and loses.
  15. This is a special bonus that can be won under criteria established by the poker room.
  16. A special bonus paid when you hit the highest hand on a video poker machine such as a Royal Flush or a Progressive Jackpot
  17. A elimination event, usually with a large entry fee, in which only the winner and runner-up receive prize money.
  18. Unskilled example or display of logging work (22). -Contemptuous expression applied to an unskilled piece of work in logging, particularly in felling, where several trees are lodged and/or crisscrossed (6).
  19. Some targets on the playfield increase the scoring value of something else. This "something else" could be as simple as hitting a ramp, or it could be a complicated sequence of targets. Upon their inception, the Jackpot was the main goal of most pinballs in the 80s. ...
  20. A large pool of money collected by the house and awarded for some rare occurrence, typically a bad beat.
  21. The Tote Jackpot comprises the second to sixth races inclusive. All five winners have to be nominated. Tickets are 50p each.
  22. A special award for certain hands. Not all poker rooms have jackpots; check the house rules of the poker room you are playing in. The money to fund the jackpot is usually taken in addition to the rake from each pot. ...
  23. A big win on a slot machine.
  24. Miscellaneous assortment of mail and parcels piled in the aisle of a baggage car and requiring removal before the mail in the stalls can be "worked"
  25. The prize paid in a progressive game (see ‘Progressive’)