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Los Angeles Rams rookie RB Ronnie Rivers almost matched his entire NFL rookie salary in one night after winning $500K on one hand of 3-card poker in Las Vegas this week...
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The 24-year-old was at Caesars Palace in Sin City on Saturday when he got lucky at the Mega Progressive Jackpot table ... and we're talkin' REAL lucky.

Rivers pulled a Royal Flush at the three-card poker table ... the most improbable hand you can hold. The odds of getting a RF are 1 in 649,000.

Rivers and his friends went crazy, and rightfully so ... as they filmed the jackpot sign at the table climb up over $514,000.
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(TMZ Sports)
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SmelvinRat14 months
Nice pull. Now, here's your tax bill...
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TFH14 months
Looks like a commercial to me. Reel’n em in, one paycheck at a time. I can hear em down in Mississippi: “I just KNOW if I can hit one big jackpot, sis will let me hit it”
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GusAU14 months
He was not playing 3-card poker. If he was, his Royal would have been AKQ only. He was apparently playing Ultimate Texas Holdem.
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PBD4BAMA14 months
You can play off the dealers hand also.
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TigerProphet14 months
Addicted from here on.
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EulerRules14 months
From article: "Rivers pulled a Royal Flush at the three-card poker table ... THE MOST improbable hand you can hold. The odds of getting a RF are 1 in 649,000."
That is the same odds for ANY specific straight flush of 2 through 6, 3 through 7, and so on, up to a Royal Flush. So, technically, tied for one of the most improbable hands.
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CanebreakCajun14 months
Thought cameras were not allowed at the tables?
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cajunmud14 months
Fishy...show me Joe Blow winning.
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gamecockman1214 months
That's pretty wild right there.
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