Watch & Win = Two games in one!

  • $2 per hand – up to three hands per ticket
  • Available by quick pick only
  • Win up to $10,000 instantly, and another chance to win up to $100,000 on the nightly draw!
  • Add ALL IN for $1 per hand for the chance to win bigger prizes!

Three exciting ways to win!

Win instantly!

As your ticket prints, look up to watch your poker hand being dealt on the customer display screen! If your five cards form a winning poker hand, you can win up to $10,000 instantly. No poker skills required. You can redeem your prize right away and get a replacement ticket, or wait until after the nightly draw to see if you win again.

Go ALL IN!

ALL IN is an optional add-on to POKER LOTTO that gives you the chance to win more on the top five instant game
prizes.

  •  $1 per hand to play ALL IN
  • Hit a Royal Flush to win the growing Jackpot
  • The Jackpot starts at $10,000 and increases until someone wins!
  • ALL IN prizes are in addition to the POKER LOTTO instant prize.

Win on the nightly draw!

Match up to five winning cards drawn from a deck of 52 and you could win up to $100,000. You don’t even need a winning poker hand to win!

How to Play POKER LOTTO 

  1. Ask the retailer for a POKER LOTTO ticket.. Play up to three hands per ticket.
    Note: POKER LOTTO is only available by quick pick.
  2. Tell your retailer whether you want to add ALL IN for an additional $1 per hand.
  3. As your ticket prints, watch the customer display screen to see your poker hand(s) being dealt.
  4. If your five cards form a winning poker hand, you win the corresponding prize on the screen. If you added ALL IN,
    you may have won an additional prize. (See Instant Win & ALL IN prize structure).
  5. Every POKER LOTTO ticket has two chances to win! You can claim the instant prize immediately, or wait until
    after the nightly draw to see if you win again!Note: A POKER LOTTO ticket presented for prize claim at a prize payout office cannot be processed until after
    the nightly draw.

Odds of Winning

Instant Win Prize Structure

Winning Poker HandInstant PrizeALL IN Prize*Odds
Royal Flush$10,000100% of growing jackpot1: 649,740
Straight Flush$1,00010% of growing jackpot1:72,193
4 of a Kind$100$1751: 4,165
Full House$50$751: 694
Flush$30$501: 509
Straight$20No ALL IN prize1: 255
3 of a Kind$10No ALL IN prize1: 47.3
2 Pair$4No ALL IN prize1: 21
Pair of Jacks or Better (J, Q, K, A)$2No ALL IN prize1: 7.7

* ALL IN Prizes are in addition to POKER LOTTO Instant Prizes. The minimum jackpot is $10,000.

Nightly Draw Prize Structure

POKER LOTTO draws are held every day. Tickets can be purchased until 9:30 pm CT, 8:30 pm MT and 7:30 pm PT on the night of the draw.

To win on the nightly draw, you must match up to the five winning cards drawn.  You do not need a winning poker hand to win on this draw portion.

 

Match (exact rank and suit)PrizeOdds
5/5 Cards$100,000*1: 2,598,960
4/5 Cards$1001: 11,059
3/5 Cards$101: 240
2/5 Cards$21: 16

*Win or share.

For complete prize details, please refer to the POKER LOTTO Game Conditions on wclc.com or call 1-800-665-3313.

Pay Before You Play

Because you can win instantly on POKER LOTTO, these tickets cannot be cancelled after they print, and are considered a purchase. Retailers cannot print your POKER LOTTO ticket until after they have received your payment.

Finding Winning Results

Winning POKER LOTTO draw results can be found:

  • At any lottery retailer
  • WCLC Lotto Manager App (free download)
  • wclc.com (sasklotteries.ca) under Winning Numbers

Note: Winning Telephone Lines will NOT have POKER LOTTO results.

You can check POKER LOTTO tickets using the ticket checker at retail, or the ticket checker feature on the WCLC Lotto Manager App, just like any other lottery ticket. 

Note: All POKER LOTTO prizes presented at a Prize Payout Office cannot be processed until the next business day following the draw date on the ticket. 

For more POKER LOTTO FAQs click here.

In the event of any discrepancy between this information and the official information of WCLC, the latter shall prevail.