Since Lightning Link first hit casino floors, plenty of players have gotten excited about the possibility of hitting a Grand Progressive Jackpot. Over time, as players have hit them, pictures and video of Grand Progressive Jackpots have popped up on YouTube and various slot forums online and on Facebook.
One thing though that seems to have eluded such locations for years is a full, start to finish Grand, captured in real time. Most people started recording when there was one ball left, or when they actually hit it, meaning you couldn’t actually see what happened.
Of course, when you’re betting a small amount, like many of these people were doing, you probably don’t expect to hit a Grand Progressive Jackpot. So it certainly helps when there are higher betters who are recording their play and can potentially catch the full progression on video.
It was Ross Bybee, on his channel Ross Slots, who finally broke that drought, and was able to show a true, start to finish Grand Progressive Jackpot on film, helping players see exactly what happens when a scenario occurs.
It allowed me to provide a visual illustration in my article about how a Lightning Link Grand Progressive Jackpot is actually won. And it allowed players to actually understand how, when there’s usually one space without any numbers flowing through it, how you move past that phase.
Bybee also provided a second video which shows that this doesn’t mean you’re guaranteed a grand jackpot, in case you’re wondering.
Since then he’s won a number of Grand Progressive Jackpots, as he shows in this compilation. His channel is certainly quite special in having a number of these moments, and shows what can happen on Lightning Link.
The Slot Moments series selects videos that can show the real potential of a slot machine game. Do you have a moment that stands out for you? Share in the comments and it may be featured in a future edition!