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Gladiator Jackpot Pays out Record amount to one Lucky UK Player
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19 February 2014

A Progressive Jackpot Slot machine from Playtech called Gladiator Jackpot recently paid out the largest amount this slot has ever paid out to one lucky player from the United Kingdom. Playtech announced on October 20th, 2013 that one player from Winner Casino (Winner.com) netted himself a life-changing EUR 2,374,847.22, which is approximately GBP 1,978,710.48 while playing on this slot.

Gladiator Jackpot is a top Playtech slot which has 5 reels and 25 winning paylines. The Scatter Symbol is the Coliseum and the Wild Symbol is the Silver Helmet. Three or more of the Scatter Symbols appearing in view can trigger the Coliseum Bonus and the three or more of the Helmets appearing anywhere on reels 2, 3 and 4 will trigger the Gladiator Jackpot Bonus.

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10 Things You Must Do In Rome
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23 February 2010

10 Things You Must Do In Rome

Rome, Italy, famous for its diverse culture, historic buildings, and beautiful art work is definitely among the top ten places in the world to travel. However with all these attractions, it would not be difficult for one to find themselves overwhelmed with what to see and do first. Here you will find a list of the top ten things to do while in Rome.

1. The Colosseum
First and for most The Roman Colosseum is a must see. The building itself has been there for almost 2000 years and was once used for ancient games and spectacles, such as gladiator games, animal hunts, and even executions. The amphitheatre is the largest ever built in the Roman Empire, and while it has taken some structural damage over the years, it still remains to be an absolutely magnificent glimpse of history.

2 & 3. Vatican City & Sistine Chapel
While it technically remains to be a city of its own, Vatican City is still an absolute must see when visiting Rome. As well as this being the very heart of the worlds most widespread form of Christianity, you will find the Sistine Chapel here along with many of Michelangelos frescoes.

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