TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey lottery officials were dealt another blow after discontinuing a new poker game just three days after launching.

The Record reports ( ) officials pulled the High Card Poker scratch-off game from circulation on Aug. 10 because of confusion concerning rules. Players needed to beat the dealer’s hand to win the game. According to lottery spokeswoman Judy Drucker, the lottery discontinued the game because of players misunderstanding win scenarios.

According to Drucker, over 1 million tickets were sent to retailers. Workers spent time collecting tickets from stores across the state last week.