The chance of winning a prize at Lotto Poker (including Quick Play and one draw) is 1 in 3.86. The prize structure and odds of winning applicable to Quick Play and to the draw are as follows:
A selection is a winner if it forms one of the poker hands that are described in the following Quick Play prize structure:
|Poker hand||Prize||Odds of winning|
|Royal flush||$5,000||1 / 649,740|
|Straight flush||$500||1 / 72,193.3|
|4 of a kind||$100||1 / 4,165|
|Full house||$50||1 / 694.2|
|Flush||$30||1 / 508.8|
|Straight||$20||1 / 254.8|
|3 of a kind||$10||1 / 47.3|
|2 pairs||$4||1 / 21|
|Pair of Jacks or better||$2||1 / 7.7|
|TOTAL (Quick Play)||1 / 4.8|
In increasing order, the rank of the cards is as follows: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King and Ace. However, an Ace may be used to complete an Ace-2-3-4-5 straight flush or straight.
Only one prize can be claimed per winning selection at Quick Play.
NOTE: For a description of each poker hand, consult the Prizes to be won section.
Number of cards identical to the cards drawn
|Prizes*||Odds of winning|
|5 cards out of 5||$100,000||1 / 2,598,960|
|4 cards out of 5||$500||1 / 11,059.4|
|3 cards out of 5||$20||1 / 240.4|
|2 cards out of 5||$2||1 / 16|
|TOTAL (Draw)||1 / 15|
*Fixed prizes. The total amount payable for prizes in a category is limited to $300,000 per draw. If this limit is reached, the prize amounts will be determined in proportion to the number of winning selections in the category. Only one prize can be claimed per winning selection per draw.