Winner Winner Chicken Dinner Origin?

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When casinos were first gaining popularity, a chicken dinner could be bought for $1.79. A common bet at those times was $2.00. So, the phrase became winner, winner, chicken dinner because if you won, you could afford to eat a chicken dinner from the casino.
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Las Vegas casino's had a chicken dinner for $1.79. A
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The legend tells that years ago every casino in Las Vegas had a three-piece chicken dinner with a potato and a veggie for $1.79. A standard bet back then was $2, hence when you won
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It's common in street games some urban areas, when you have appropriate audience and it applies.
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"Winner, winner, chicken dinner" was popularized by ESPN sports announcers and by the gambling movie "21" directed by Robert Luketic.
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