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Man wins $3.2M on slots at Pauma Band casino

Filed Under: California
A California man won $3.2 million on penny slot machines at the casino owned by the Pauma Band of Mission Indians.

Robert Wilkie Jr., 76, won the jackpot on progressive slot machines. It's the largest penny slot payout in California history.

The tribe operates Casino Pauma in northern San Diego County.

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$3.2 million sets penny-slot mark (The Los Angeles Daily News 6/7)

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