CLEVELAND — Have you ever dreamed of becoming a millionaire? You still have a chance.
The jackpot is approaching $3 million dollars in the Grayton Road Tavern's popular Queen of Hearts game -- and because no one won this week's drawing, it's still growing with every ticket sold.
Check out our coverage of Wednesday's live drawing from Legends Sports Bar and Grill in Parma.
How does it work? All you have to do is buy a $1 raffle ticket and select which remaining card you think the Queen of Hearts card is hiding behind. There are four cards remaining.
The first ticket drawn will have a shot at the Queen of Hearts. If the Queen of Hearts is not found with the player's selected number, four more tickets will be drawn with the following prize payout:
- Ticket 2: $800
- Ticket 3: $600
- Ticket 4: $400
- Ticket 5: $200
The drawing is held every Wednesday at 8 p.m.
90 percent of the jackpot goes to the winner if the Queen of Hearts is found. The other 10 percent is used to start the next round's jackpot. If the card selected is the Queen of Spades, Diamonds or Clubs, the payout is $4,000. Any other card results in a $2,000 payout.
Last year, the game drew statewide attention as a lucky winner named Gary took home $5.5 million after 50 weeks of play.
The game drew so much attention that its legality was questioned, forcing Grayton Road Tavern to temporarily halt play. But the Ohio Attorney General's Office ruled the game was legal and play resumed in May 2018.
Click here to learn where to buy tickets.