Chase the Ace Muskoka
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Draw - Every Tuesday

NEXT DRAW - MAY 14, 2019

Chase the Ace - Results

1 Jan. 22, 2019 Karen Moore $306 22 King-Hearts
2 Jan. 29, 2019 Laura Lee $376 31 Queen-Hearts
3 Feb. 5, 2019 Jon Denbok $402 24 Two-Diamonds
4 Feb 12, 2019 Karen Denbok $368 10 Eight-Spades Feb 12 Video
5 Feb. 19, 2019 Norah Fountain $358 2 Seven-Spades Feb 19 Video
6 Feb. 26, 2019 Carly Duff $366 6 Jack-Diamonds Feb 26 Video
7 Mar. 5, 2019 Jane Wallace $394 23 King-Diamonds
8 Mar. 12, 2019 Sharon Fry $336 47 5-Hearts
9 Mar. 19, 2019 Marilyn McFarlane $368 1 Ten-Clubs Mar 19 Video
10 Mar. 26, 2019 Ellen Lyon $456 13 Nine-Hearts Mar 26 Video
11 April 2, 2019 Maureen Tickle $472 4 Ten-Spades April 2 Video
12 April 9, 2019 Tammy Ruttan $552 35 3 of Diamonds April 9 Video
13 April 16, 2019 Kathy Allen-Gerich $484 25 5 of Clubs April 16 Video
14 April 23, 2019 Nancy Beasley $406 37 9 of Clubs April 23 Video
15 April 30, 2019 Steve Smith $556 33 4 of Spades April 30 Video
16 May 7, 2019 Angus Campbell $752 48 3 of Spades May 7 Video
17 May 14, 2019          
The Rotary Club of Bracebridge is happy to announce Chase the Ace Muskoka is here again!


Chase the Ace is a form of lottery that has gained popularity since 2013 in parts of Canada to raise funds for charities. Each week participants buy tickets.   A ticket is drawn each week the winner receives a percentage of the weekly sales.  The winner also then draws a card from a standard deck of playing cards.   If the ace of spades is drawn that weekly winner wins the accumulated jackpot. If not, the reduced deck (minus the cards drawn in search of the ace) is kept for the following week's game. Once the ace is drawn the game is over.

“As always, our lottery fundraising revenue will be kept in our community. We are very excited about the possible revenue it generates and the community projects that will be supported”,  said Andrew Smellie, President, Rotary Club of Bracebridge.


How to Play

View a graphic outline here on how to play.  Fill out your name and contact information when you purchase your tickets.  You will also indicate which envelope you think the Ace will be found.  If your name is drawn you will win the weekly cash prize.    If the envelope number you indicated on your winning ticket contains the Ace of Spades, you will win the additional Jackpot.  If the envelope number you indicated on your winning ticket does not have the Ace Spades, that envelope is removed, for the following weeks draw.
Also view our video for an outline on how the game works.


The weekly draw tickets are sold in packs of 3 for $10.00.
Tickets are available at the following locations until 12 noon on the day of the draw.  Following 12 noon on the day of the draw, tickets can be purchased until 7:30 p.m. at the Rotary Centre for Youth.
Bracebridge Legion
168 Muskoka Road, Bracebridge
Canadian Tire Bracebridge
450 Muskoka Road, Bracebridge
Canadian Tire Gas Bar Bracebridge
125-5 Highway 118, Bracebridge
Circle K Store
143 Manitoba Street, Bracebridge
Circle K Store
215 Taylor Road, Bracebridge
Circle K Store
265 Wellington Street, Bracebridge
Community Living South Muskoka 15 Depot Drive, Bracebridge
Gagnon's Independent Grocer
270 Wellington Street, Bracebridge
Unique Muskoka
28 Manitoba Street, Bracebridge
Shell Gas  995 Cedar Lane, Bracebridge

Lottery Licensing

Chase the Ace is a lottery licensed under the "Catch the Ace" policies of  the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario.    The lottery is operated under license number 10607.