The following post features stories of actual winners at, however the names of the winners have been changed. All names are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

You can really feel the energy when you walk through the casino floor in Atlantic City. Whether you’re passing through on your way to the boardwalk or you’re playing a few rounds of Roulette, you can see people smile and hear them celebrate their victories. While online casino gaming offers convenience and the same kind of excitement, you don’t get the chance to witness the thrill of other people winning big.

Today, we’re changing that. We’ve got three big stories of actual players who notched some big wins in the last month or two, so read on to relive the fun and start dreaming about how you might be the next player to walk away with a fortune.


If you’ve ever been to Atlantic City, you’ve probably witnessed Blackjack players high-five each other as the perfect shoe works out in the table’s favor. Or maybe you’ve experienced a string of amazing luck splitting, doubling down, and hitting your way to victory after victory.

It turns out the same things happen online. And it’s not just small wins we’re talking about. Kevin Stroman of Newark, New Jersey ran up a series of Blackjack wins to $6,300 in mid October. His big score came in one sitting, in a matter of just a few hours. Not a bad single day haul.

Thanks to the regulated online gaming market in New Jersey and the fact that is fully licensed, the cashout process was fast and painless.

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If you’re familiar with Greek mythology, you know that Medusa was a monster. And if you’re not familiar with it, you will be after you hear about the monster-sized win that Tara McLeod hit playing Medusa II at

With a $5 bet, Tara found herself lining up the perfect combination of symbols, netting $8,910 in a single spin. Her victory doesn’t take into account the other wins that boosted her bankroll as she hit the Spin button from the comforts of home. Just goes to show that one spin of the wheel at Resorts Casino is all it takes to walk away with a huge chunk of change.

MONICA SPIVACK TURNS $20 BET INTO $16,000 has all your favorite table games and slots, and while they’re often the top attractions, Video Poker is just as popular of a way to play and win. It’s becoming even more popular thanks to some recent big payouts, including the one Monica Spivack of Spring Lake experienced when she signed on to play on October 25th.

Monica made the wise decision to play Bonus Poker, which pays out 10 to 1 if you hit Jacks or anything better. Hit 2 pair and your payout jumps to 20 to 1. Three of a kind gets you 30 to 1 and a straight gets you a 40 to 1 payout. The payouts climb as your hand rank gets better, and if you manage to hit four Aces, you’ll find yourself sitting on 800x whatever you bet.

A $1 bet would mean a sweet $800 payday — something that’s definitely worth celebrating. But Monica Spivack didn’t bet $1. She didn’t bet $5. She bet $20, netting her $16,000 for hitting those Aces — all from one single bet.


Every day at, there’s a big win story in the making every time someone plays online for real money. Will you be the one walking away with our next big payday?

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Author: Tanya Fields

Campaign Acquisition Manager Length with RC: 1 year, 9 months Favorite Casino Game: Starburst Background in iGaming: Opened the iGaming Department at Hard Rock Atlantic City in 2018 in both Customer Service, and then CRM, prior to moving over to RC in January 2021 Location: Based in NJ at the RC HQ Content: Occasionally, but only as it pertains to RC