POKER LOTTO is a new lotto game that features two ways to win: an instant win poker game and a traditional lotto draw in which lotto numbers are replaced with playing cards from a 52-card deck.
Win up to $5,000 instantly with a winning poker hand!
Win up to $100,000 on the lotto draw!
Available in Ontario only.
Traditional lotto numbers are replaced with playing cards.
No poker knowledge or skills are required to play.
$2 per play.
Quick Pick play only.
Each $2 Quick Pick randomly chooses five cards from a standard 52-card deck.
Hit a winning poker hand and win up to $5,000.
Your cards are dealt on the customer display screen for you to view.
Five winning cards are drawn nightly. Win by matching 2, 3, 4 or all 5 cards.
Overall prize payout is 59.9 per cent.
Draws are held daily. Tickets are sold daily until 9 p.m. (Eastern Time).
ENCORE and Advance Play are not available.
2 Ways to Win
Watch the customer display screen. The five cards from your ticket are dealt in an animated fashion on the customer display screen for you to view.
You win instantly if the cards on your ticket form a winning poker hand as per the instant win prize structure.
Five winning cards are drawn nightly. Match the cards drawn to win. See the lotto draw prize structure for details.
The Poker Lotto Ticket
The time the ticket was printed will be at the top of every POKER LOTTO ticket. The time on the ticket will match the time on the customer display screen at the time of printing.
The instant win message indicates if the ticket is a winner or a non-winner of an instant prize.
Cards will be printed on the ticket in the same order they are dealt on the customer display screen.
POKER LOTTO tickets consist of some new features not seen on tickets from other lotto games.
Redeeming Your Poker Lotto Ticket
Players with tickets that have won instant prizes have the option of redeeming their instant prize immediately or waiting until after that night's draw.
If an instant prize is redeemed prior to the nightly draw, the retailer will provide the player with an Exchange Ticket that is valid for the nightly draw. The Exchange Ticket indicates that the instant prize has already been paid.
If an instant prize is redeemed after the draw has been held, instant win and draw prizes will be automatically combined and paid to the player.
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