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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 15-1511


Pennsylvania MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES' CLUBTM Instant Lottery Game; Change to Game Rules

[45 Pa.B. 4853]
[Saturday, August 15, 2015]

 Under the State Lottery Law (72 P. S. §§ 3761-101—3761-314) and 61 Pa. Code § 819.203 (relating to notice of instant game rules), the Secretary of Revenue hereby provides public notice of changes to the Pennsylvania MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES' CLUB instant lottery game rules that were published at 45 Pa.B. 2018 (April 18, 2015).

 The Pennsylvania Lottery has altered a portion of the rules associated with the MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES' CLUB Instant Lottery Game Second-Chance Drawing. Pursuant to this change, the TV Game Show will feature three (3) Contestants rather than the five (5) Contestants originally indicated in the instant lottery game rules that were published at 45 Pa.B. 2018, 2022—2023. The correct version of this document is as follows, with ellipses referring to the existing text as it appeared at 45 Pa.B. 2018—2023:

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 10. Second-chance drawing: MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES' CLUB National TV Game Show Second-Chance Drawings (hereafter, ''Drawings'').

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 (i) TV Game Show.

 (1) For each episode of the nationally televised TV Game Show, three (3) Contestants will be randomly chosen to each play one (1) MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES' CLUB ''Mini Game.'' The top prize for each of the ''Mini Games'' is $100,000. All money won by a Contestant in a ''Mini Game'' is split by the Contestant and the lottery winners seated in their section. After the completion of the three (3) ''Mini Games'', one (1) Contestant will be given the chance to play the ''MONOPOLY Go for a Million Game'' for a chance to win $1 million. Note: In the event the Producer needs to stop the Game for any reason (including but not limited to human, mechanical, equipment failure, rule violation, or safety issues), the Contestants and/or the Game pieces (i.e. dice, street, etc.) may be reset to a particular position or the entire Game may be thrown out and restarted from the beginning at the Producer's sole and absolute discretion.

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[Pa.B. Doc. No. 15-1511. Filed for public inspection August 14, 2015, 9:00 a.m.]

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