No winner in Queen of Hearts drawing; $2 million jackpot still up for grabs

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – The queen of hearts was not picked during Grayton Road Tavern's famous Queen of Hearts drawing on Wednesday night in Parma.

That means the $2 million jackpot is still up for grabs and will continue to get bigger.

Here’s how it works: The game consists of a deck of 52 shuffled playing cards plus two jokers.

Each is sealed, bearing a random number from one to 54 and displayed in a locked glass board.

Players write one of these numbers on each of their Queen of Hearts tickets.

Each week, a ticket is drawn randomly from a large bin, and the card that corresponds with the number on that ticket is opened to reveal the card inside.

If it’s the queen of hearts, the ticket holder wins the jackpot.

Tickets can be purchased for $1.

More information here.

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