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La Poule aux œufs d'or

Congratulations to Martin and his representative, Pierre, on winning the La Poule aux œufs d’or jackpot!


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LA POULE AUX OEUFS D’OR
Results for previous draws
Results for previous draws

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Draw Results
2015-05-27
2015-05-20
May 20, 2015
Decomposable numbers in order
$25,000
278867
$50,000
070622
$100,000
021472
Non decomposable complete numbers
"Télé"
290808
474321
878794
"Votre participant" Number(s): None
Bonus Number 24
Details

Prize structures of decomposable numbers in order

  $2 La Poule aux oeufs d'or $5 La Poule aux oeufs d'or plus
Last 5 digits $500 $1,000
Last 4 digits $25 $50
Last 3 digits $10 $20
Last 2 digits $5 $10
First 5 digits $100 $200
First 4 digits $10 $20
First 3 digits $5 $10
First 2 digits $2 $5
"Votre participant" Number(s)
1 digit
$2 $5
BONUS Number   $10
2015-05-06
2015-05-13
2015-05-20

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La Poule aux œufs d’or - Summary

  • COST: $2 or $5
  • GRAND PRIZE: at least $150,000
  • TELEVISED DRAW: Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
  • PERIOD ON SALE: From July 21, 2014 to June 24, 2015
  • ODDS OF WINNING A PRIZE: 1 in 4.8 ($2) and 1 in 3.6 ($5)
  • ODDS OF PARTICIPATING IN THE TELEVISED GAME: 1 in 81,925 ($2) and 1 in 42,261 ($5)
  • ODDS OF WINNING THE GRAND PRIZE: 1 in 1,000,000
  • THEORICAL PAYOFF RATE: 63%
  • FIRST DRAW: September 8, 1993
  • SHOW AIRED ON THE TVA NETWORK: Broadcast Schedule

Show concept

Each show consists of 3 rounds, each involving 2 contestants: the Wheels game (jeu des roulettes), the Doors game (jeu des portes) and the Egg or Envelope game (jeu de l’œuf ou l’enveloppe). Guy Mongrain is the host of the show, assisted by Claudia Ébacher and Julie Houle.

Wheels game

In the Wheels game, each of the 2 contestants spins 3 wheels that are divided into segments numbered 0 to 9. The 6 numbers produced make up the winning decomposable number for players at home.

If a contestant obtains two identical numbers (double) or three identical numbers (triple), he plays the Chicken and Ladder game (jeu La Poule et l'échelle). In this game, the contestant attempts to make the chicken advance as far as possible on the ladder in order to win larger prizes. The participant must select one of six dice containing numbers from 1 to 6. The chicken then climbs the ladder for as many boxes as indicated on the dice. In the case of a double, this step is repeated a second time and, for a triple, a third time. Each time, the dice are mixed and the contestant may obtain any of the six numbers.


Doors game
In the Doors game, the 2 contestants use a screen displaying symbols representing 10 doors numbered from 0 to 9. Each door conceals either a cash prize or an egg. The objective of the game is to be the first person to uncover 3 eggs. For the first step, each contestant opens the doors on the board matching the numbers obtained in the Wheels game. Taking turns, contestants open one door at a time in complete rounds. The amount of cash accumulated constitutes each contestant’s pot. The first contestant to uncover 3 eggs at the end of a complete round plays the Egg or Envelope game. The other contestant leaves the game with the amount of the pot he accumulated during the Doors game, plus $1,000 per uncovered egg.

In the event of a tie, the boards are reset. Six egg symbols are displayed on each of the 2 screens. Numbers from 1 to 6 are randomly distributed behind the eggs. Taking turns, each contestant touches the screen to uncover one of the eggs and thus reveal a number. The contestant who uncovers the highest number will be declared the winner and the other contestant will be the finalist. If both contestants uncover an identical number, each their turn, they will uncover another number until the tie is broken. The finalist in the doors game will play the Egg or Envelope game with the winner of the Doors game and will pick up the amount rejected by the winner.

Egg or Envelope game

The contestant first selects the number of an egg (1 to 24) and an envelope in the eggcup. The egg contains a cash prize or the jackpot. The contestant must choose between the amount in the envelope or the prizeconcealed in the egg. The contestant leaves the show with the amount obtained in this game, plus the amount won in the Doors game.

If he chooses the egg in the Egg and Envelope game, the contestant may win another prize: the double-yolk egg (œuf à double jaune). With this prize, the contestant wins either $10,000 or $25,000 in addition to the amount in the envelope he refused.

Crowing of the rooster
The rooster crows 1 out of 5 times. When the rooster crows, the contestant selects a second egg. He must first choose between the prize revealed in the envelope or that contained in the first egg (the value of which is unknown). If he selects the first egg, the contestant must then choose either the prize revealed in the first egg or that in the second egg (the value of which is unknown). At the end of each round, regardless of the contestant's choice, both eggs are opened and their contents revealed.

How to play

$2 Ticket

Instant portion of the ticket

Uncover 3 identical prizes in the same game and win that prize, or uncover 3 X "TÉLÉ" and participate in the televised game.

When you scratch 3 X "TIRAGE", you win $100 and a chance to participate in the televised game.


Passive portion of the ticket

Scratch "VOTRE NUMÉRO MAISON" (play-at-home number) on the ticket. If it matches one of the 3 non-decomposable TV numbers announced on air, you will participate in a televised game.

To claim your prize, you must register by mailing your ticket to Loto-Québec (at the address indicated on the back of the ticket) or by going directly to a Loto-Québec office.


"Votre participant" number

Scratch "VOTRE PARTICIPANT" (your contestant). If your "VOTRE PARTICIPANT" number matches the number of a contestant who uncovers a double-yolk egg in the televised game, you win $2.


$5 Ticket

Instant portion of the ticket

Game 1:
In the same game, uncover 3 identical symbol and win the matching prize as indicated in the legend.

Game 2:
Uncover 3 identical prizes in the same game and win that prize, or uncover 3 X "TÉLÉ" and participate in the televised game.

When you scratch 3 "TIRAGE", you win $100 and a chance to participate in the televised game.

"Œuf chanceux":
In the  "ŒUF CHANCEUX" (lucky egg) section, uncover a prize and win that prize.


Passive portion of the ticket

Scratch "VOS NUMÉROS MAISON" (play-at-home numbers) on the ticket. If one of the 2 numbers matches one of the 3 non-decomposable TV numbers announced on air, you will participate in a televised game.

To claim your prize, you must register by mailing your ticket to Loto-Québec (at the address indicated on the back of the ticket) or by going directly to a Loto-Québec office.


Œuf boni exclusive to the passive segment of La Poule aux œufs d’or plus

Scratch "ŒUF BONI" (bonus egg). If the number uncovered matches the number of the egg concealing the grand prize in the televised game, you win $10.


"Votre participant" number

Scratch "VOTRE PARTICIPANT" (your contestant). If your "VOTRE PARTICIPANT" number matches the number of a contestant who uncovers a double-yolk egg in the televised game, you win $5.

Prize structure and odds of winning

$2 Ticket
PASSIVE PORTION
Category Prize Odds of winning
1st number drawn on air
(complete number)
$25,000 1 / 1,000,000
2nd number drawn on air
(complete number)
$50,000 1 / 1,000,000
3rd number drawn on air
(complete number)
$100,000 1 / 1,000,000
All numbers drawn on air (decomposable)
Last 5 digits $500 1 / 111,111
Last 4 digits $25 1 / 11,111
Last 3 digits $10 1 / 1,111
Last 2 digits $5 1 / 111
First 5 digits $100 1 / 111,111
First 4 digits $10 1 / 11,111
First 3 digits $5 1 / 1,111
First 2 digits $2 1 / 111
Numbers drawn off-air (non-decomposable)
3 numbers drawn off-air
(complete numbers)
Play on TV 1 / 333,333
"Votre participant" number
Votre participant $2 1 / 19

INSTANT PORTION
Prize Number of prizes Odds of winning
Game 1
TV Play on TV 1 1 / 450,000
$100 + draw $100 5 1 / 90,000
$1,000 $1,000 1 1 / 450,000
$20 $20 4 1 / 112,500
$10 $10 120 1 / 3,750
$4 $4 4,900 1 / 92
$2 $2 16,400 1 / 27
Game 2
TV Play on TV 2 1 / 225,000
$100 + draw $100 3 1 / 150,000
$20 $20 5 1 / 90,000
$10 $10 50 1 / 9,000
$4 $4 850 1 / 529
$2 $2 20,350 1 / 22
$5 Ticket
PASSIVE PORTION
Category Prize Odds of winning
1st number drawn on air (complete number) $25,000 1 / 500,000
2nd number drawn on air (complete number) $50,000 1 / 500,000
3rd number drawn on air (complete number) $100,000 1 / 500,000
All numbers drawn on air (decomposable)
Last 5 digits $1,000 1 / 55,556
Last 4 digits $50 1 / 5,556
Last 3 digits $20 1 / 556
Last 2 digits $10 1 / 56
First 5 digits $200 1 / 55,556
First 4 digits $20 1 / 5,556
First 3 digits $10 1 / 556
First 2 digits $5 1 / 56
Numbers drawn off-air (non-decomposable)
3 numbers drawn off-air (complete numbers) Play on TV 1 / 166,667
"Votre participant" number
"Votre participant" $5 1 / 19
Œuf Boni
"Œuf Boni" $10 1 / 24

INSTANT PORTION
Prize Number of prizes Odds of winning
Game 1
3 x TV Play on TV 2 1 / 137,500
3 x Wad of money $5,000 1 1 / 275,000
3 x Chick $100 1 1 / 275,000
3 x Feather $50 6 1 / 45,833
3 x Star $20 12 1 / 22,917
3 x Egg Yolk $10 36 1 / 7,639
3 x Foot $5 2,000 1 / 138
Game 2
TV Play on TV 2 1 / 137,500
$100 + draw $100 6 1 / 45,833
$50 $50 2 1 / 137,500
$40 $40 2 1 / 137,500
$25 $25 11 1 / 25,000
$20 $20 12 1 / 22,917
$10 $10 12 1 / 22,917
$5 $5 4,000 1 / 69
"Œuf chanceux"
$10 $10 600 1 / 458
$5 $5 10,000 1 / 28

"It isn’t true that 13 is an unlucky number in all civilizations. In fact, 13 is a very lucky number in some places… like here, in Québec!" Congratulations to Martin and his representative, Pierre, on winning the La Poule aux œufs d’or jackpot!

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