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GOLD: Golden Predator continues to expand 3 Aces mineralization



The Hearts-Clubs corridor at the 3 Aces gold project. (Image: Golden Predator)

YUKON – Vancouver-based Golden Predator Mining continues to expand the mineralization at its 3 Aces gold project in the southeast part of the territory. Forty-two reverse circulation holes were completed last year in the Diamonds zone and the Hearts-Clubs corridor.

Significant results include:

  • Hole 3A17-287 intersected 29 metres of 35.72 g/t goldfrom a depth of 5.33 metres, including 0.76 metres of 105.5 g/t gold (Lower Hearts zone);
  • Hole 3A17-250 intersected 76 metres of 10.15 g/t goldfrom a depth of 35.05 metres (Queen of Clubs vein); and,
  • Hole 3A17-251 intersected 53 metres of 5.86 g/t goldfrom a depth 47.24 metres, and 3.05 metres of 4.17 g/t gold from a depth of 153.92 metres, including 0.76 metres of 11.75 g/t gold (Diamonds zone).

No resource or reserve numbers have been calculated to date for 3 Aces. Mineralization occurs as high grade veins and as disseminated mineralization and in stockworks.

For complete information about the 3 Aces project, visit www.GoldenPredator.com.