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How to play the All or Nothing Texas

Playing the Texas all or nothing day Lotto 12/24 and picking possible winning numbers are easy and straight-forward. Simply buy a ticket from a Local Retailer to stand a chance to win big cash prizes.

Can you play online? Yes!

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What is the All or Nothing Texas?

The All or Nothing Texas offers a ground-breaking way to win.

Win the top prize of $250,000* by:

Matching all twelve (12) numbers drawn or

Match none of the numbers drawn!

Cost: $2 Per Play

Draws four times a day –

10:00 a.m.

12:27 p.m.

6:00 p.m.

10:12 p.m.

Six days a week!

Note:  Tickets are not for sale during Draw Break, from

9:50 – 10:03 a.m.

12:17 – 12:30 p.m.

5:50 – 6:03 p.m.

10:02 - 10:15 p.m. CT.

All or Nothing™ Morning Pre-test Results

A pre-test is an unofficial drawing which will test the machine and the ball sets to be used for an All or Nothing draw. Pre-tests will ensure that the drawing machine is fully functional and that balls are drawn in a random way.

The Texas Lottery performs at least four pre-tests before every All or Nothing drawing with ball sets passes the pre-tests if the same five balls are not drawn more than four times. 

How to play All or Nothing Texas

Use a play-slip from a favorite Texas Lottery® retail location to select twelve (12) numbers from 1 to 24 on one or more playboards, or mark “Quick Pick” on one or more playboards to have the terminal select the numbers on your behalf.

Players may play the same sets of numbers for more than one drawing by marking the Multi-Draw box (up to 24 consecutive drawings). Each board played costs $2 per drawing.

Did you win?

Find out if you’ve won:

Check the "Winner Numbers & Jackpots" screen on the Texas Lottery App

Check your local newspaper

Visit your local Texas Lottery retail location

Find winning numbers on all Texas Lottery self-service terminals under “GAME INFO”

Should You Quick Pick Your Lottery Numbers?

Quick Picking Lottery Numbers Pros & Cons:

Obvious advantage: it's quick.

Fast and convenient

Lottery numbers are random and so are Quick Picks.

Computers have no bias

Self-Pick Pros and Cons

Have control over the numbers

Avoid the most commonly-played numbers.

Quick Picks won't weight lottery numbers to give a higher chance of winning the whole pot.

All or Nothing Texas Prizes

The maximum jackpot available on All or Nothing is $250,000.

How to claim your lotto cash prize

Up to and including $599: May be presented to any licensed Texas Lottery retailer for validation and payment of prize.

Prizes less than or equal to $2,500,000, and which is not paid by annuities: May be claimed at any Texas Lottery Claim Center.

Prizes less than or equal to $5,000,000, which not paid by annuities: May be claimed at Texas Lottery Claim Centers in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio.

Prizes greater than $5,000,000, all Lotto Texas®, Powerball® and Mega Millions® jackpot prizes, and prizes paid by annuities must be processed at Texas Lottery headquarters in Austin.

Prizes must be claimed no later than 180 days after the draw date.

Smart Things to Do Before Claiming a Powerball Jackpot

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History of the All or Nothing Texas

Texas All or Nothing is a 12/24 lotto game which had its start on September the 10th, 2012. The game was temporarily suspended in June 2013 and restarted on August 25, 2013.

Comparison table for the All or Nothing Texas

Includes all, All or Nothing Morning drawings beginning 9/10/2012 through 3/24/2020.
Total Number of Draws: 2,295

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Includes all, All or Nothing Day drawings beginning 9/10/2012 through 3/24/2020.
Total Number of Draws: 2,294

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Includes all, All or Nothing Evening drawings beginning 9/10/2012 through 3/24/2020.
Total Number of Draws: 2,294

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Includes all, All or Nothing Night drawings beginning 9/10/2012 through 3/24/2020.
Total Number of Draws: 2,294

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Tips for playing the All or Nothing Texas

Just a few thoughts before we get started –

Previous results have no bearing on future ones.

The key to successful lotto number selection methods are playing the probabilities.

If you play a pattern that occurs only five percent of the time, you can expect that pattern to lose 95 percent of the time, giving you no chance to win 95 percent of the time. So, don't buck the probabilities.

Lottery numbers are randomly drawn. But randomly drawn numbers form patterns that can be tracked and used to your advantage.

#Strategie 1:

Identifying Hot numbers, Cold numbers, Overdue Numbers

To use the hot, cold, overdue strategy, analyze the results of your chosen lottery – see which numbers have been drawn recently and which haven’t, at least 50 drawings is needed to get a decent sample size.

Hot numbers: Picked most frequently

Cold numbers: drawn less frequently overall.

Overdue numbers: are ones that have not shown up in recent weeks.

Some players claim that creating a set of winning numbers by mixing hot, cold, and overdue numbers gives players an edge.
Bonus Tip!

Look at a list of past winning numbers for Texas all or nothing day Lotto 12/24, and you’ll see, more often than not, one or more of the number groups are not represented. For example, in the combination 5-14-17-32-38-46, there are no 20’s. Tracking and studying Number Groups can help you make a informed choice.

Don't Miss a Lottery Win!

One MegaMillions lottery ticket worth nearly $300,000 was never claimed!

Keep your ticket somewhere that is safe and easy to find

Make a note of the drawing date and time in your calendar

Check and Double-check the numbers against your ticket

Use a lottery app to keep track

#Strategie 2:

Pick Traditional Lucky Numbers

According to a poll run by mathematician Alex Bellos, seven is not surprisingly the most popular lucky number in the world.

Seven days of the week, seven wonders of the world, seven continents, seven seas, and the list goes on.

Other traditional lucky numbers include three (as in “good things come in threes”) and four.

Play Second-Chance Games (Where Possible)

Many lotteries offer second-chance drawings on non-winning tickets giving players a bonus chance to be a winner.
#Strategie 3:

Pick Traditional Lucky Numbers

Pick numbers that have a personal meaning to you. For example, birthdays, a wedding anniversary, or the birthdays of kids and/or grandkids. Apart from dates consider the number of kids you have or the house number of your childhood home – whatever feels lucky to you. Just a little note on this play, when it comes to picking lottery numbers, dates are just as popular and many people will play them. On the other hand, dates often show up among the most popular lottery numbers!
Bonus Tip!
Play a balanced game After you choose six numbers you want to play, add them together and make sure that the sum of the six numbers adds up to between 122 and 196. Sums that fall within that range will account for over 70 percent of all lottery jackpots won.

Take Steps to Secure Winning Lottery Tickets

Sign it! Your signature on the back of a lottery ticket can help you prove that it is indeed yours if it gets lost or stolen.
#Strategie 4:

Use Numerology to Pick Lucky Numbers

Horoscopes: Lucky Numbers for Today

If you’d like to find lucky numbers without having to play around with numbers yourself, your daily horoscope is a good place to turn.

Many horoscopes include predictions of which days will be lucky for you (and you can try playing the lottery on those days).

Choose Rarer Numbers

Picking certain numbers may offer you a slight advantage, not for your chances of winning, but for your payout.

If you win a lottery jackpot, there is a chance that you might have to split the payout with players who picked the same numbers, so you might as well try to select rarer numbers to improve your odds of keeping more of the payout for yourself.

#Strategie 5:

Lucky Number Generators

The simplest way to find lucky numbers to play is simply to use a generator. Lucky number generators use numerology, or perhaps simply randomness, to find numbers for you.

Bonus Tip!

On average, one lottery number will be a repeat hit from the last drawing 56 percent of the time.

Just a note About #LotteryStrategies

Finding and playing lucky numbers is based on fun more than facts.  Mathematically, every number has an equal chance of being chosen as a winner.

Remember that there are disadvantages to using traditional lucky numbers as lottery numbers: a lot of other players will be using them, too. That means that if these numbers do win, players chances of having to split the jackpot are high. 

Why the All or Nothing Texas is so popular?

Not only does the All or Nothing Texas offer players “top prize” payouts, but it has multiple ways and chances to win.  As previous results and jackpot payouts will show, the All or Nothing Texas offers players of any income a chance to win and dream BIG! The All or Nothing Texas the most pay-outs throughout the prize categories, which makes it a solid choice nationwide and abroad.

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Odds of winning The All or Nothing Texas

Overall odds of winning are 1:7.2

Prize Category
Prize Current probability of winning[22]
2 of 5 numbers
Fourth Prize
Free Cash Five Quick Pick Ticket ($1 value)
3 of 5 numbers
Third Prize
4 of 5 numbers
Second Prize
All 5 numbers
First (Top) Prize
Is the All or Nothing Texas a Scam?

Absolutely not! The All or Nothing Texas was launched in 2012, and is still going strong over 8 years later.

Most important and Step 1 – If you think you have provided your bank account or credit card details to a scammer, contact your bank or financial institution immediately.

A lottery scam is an attempt to fraudulently extract money from someone by pretending to be a legitimate lottery company or winning player. It has sadly become a too common method of deception as such scams prey on people’s desire to win money and the popularity of big lottery games.

Did you receive a notification that you have won a prize in a lottery? Perhaps the Microsoft Lottery? If so, don’t get too enthusiastic as this is almost certainly a scam.  Players need to find the winning numbers in a newspaper, the internet, or on TV and compare them to their ticket. 

Win notices from foreign lotteries are even more suspicious. Not only do foreign lotteries have the same restriction as domestic lotteries, but it is also illegal to sell tickets for foreign lotteries across international borders.

Therefore, unless a player actually was in a foreign country and bought a lottery ticket, foreign lottery notifications are frauds.

Only buy tickets from authorized lottery retailers.

Offers to sell international lottery tickets by mail or online are usually illegal.

If you didn't buy a lottery ticket or participate in a second-chance lottery game, you didn't win no matter how convincing a text message may sound.

The lottery doesn't notify players when you win; players alone are responsible for checking your winning tickets.

Players are NEVER required to pay money up-front to receive a winning lottery prize.

lottery scam is a type of advance-fee fraud which begins with an unexpected email notification, phone call, or mailing (sometimes including a large check) explaining that “You have won!” a large sum of money in a lottery.

Unfortunately, fake wins with other institutions have become a regular occurrence – Scammers are getting increasingly sophisticated in their attempts to get your money or personal details. Be alert and protect yourself from being scammed by following our tips.  

What to do:

If you receive a letter or email claiming that you won a prize for the All or Nothing Texas but did not enter, it is strongly recommended that you:

Delete or destroy the letter or email immediately.

Do not open any link contained in a suspicious email.

Do not respond to, or contact, the sender.

Do not disclose any personal or financial information.

Do not send any money.

If you have already responded, break off contact with the fraudster immediately.

If you have provided personal or financial details, alert your bank immediately.

If you receive a suspicious email, or believe you have been the victim of internet fraud, report it to the police.


If players feel that their computer or device has been hacked or infected with malware or ransomware, run a virus check immediately!

If players suspect one of your online accounts (e.g. your bank account, email, online shopping account or social networking site) has been compromised, change passwords immediately. Most reputable websites provide step-by-step instructions for how players can recover a hacked account.

Clues to look for:

The email is sent from a free webmail address (e.g.,, @gmail etc.)

The letter or email starts with something vague like ‘Dear Winner’.

Scam letters are often on poor quality, photocopied letterhead (although some will include a genuine business address in an attempt to provide legitimacy).

Strict time limit to claim the ‘prize’. This is intended to put the potential victim under pressure and deter them from seeking advice or investigating the matter further.

Confidentiality is often demanded as a ‘condition of winning’. Again, this is to deter the recipient from seeking the advice of friends or family who may be more familiar with this type of scam.

Poor spelling, grammar and syntax are usually a good indication that the letter or email is a scam.

Cyber safety tips for sr. Citizens

Make sure your computer has security software on it and also check that the auto-update feature.

Passwords need to be unique and strong -Never reveal your password to anyone. Passwords are an excellent guarantee of safety and security online.

Understand how privacy settings work on social networks.

Don’t automatically install free software – these types of software are generally riddled with spyware.

Attachments can contain a virus

Never trust a link sent to you by someone you don’t know.

Never trust an e-mail that asks for your personal or account information.

Never respond – or even open an e-mail with a deal that is too good to be true.

Never believe that someone you don’t know is going to give you money.

Do not believe a person from another country who just needs you to “help transfer funds” and need your bank account number to do so.

If you never entered a lottery, you can't win the lottery.

Don’t believe a really rich, famous person just wants to help you out and mysteriously needs your address, phone number, bank account information to do so.

Joining a lottery “club” will not improve your chances of winning foreign lotteries although Con artists will claim that pooling your money with other people means you can buy more tickets and have more chances to win.

The biggest note to remember – It’s impossible to win a lottery without buying a ticket and never share your banking or personal details with anyone!

The chances of recovering money from foreign crooks may be even worse than that of actually winning a lottery. Most lottery scams are executed by con artists in other countries, sometimes using U.S. addresses to disguise their real locations. Differences in legal systems, difficulties of conducting investigations in other countries, and expenses involved in pursuing cross-border fraud make the chances of getting your money back very, very slim to none.

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Everything is bigger in Texas and the lottery games are no exception with a game that offers players the chance to win the top prize of $250,000 by matching all of the 12 numbers drawn or by matching none of the numbers drawn – All or Nothing!

Summing it up –

$2 offers you two ways to win the jackpot

You've got 10 ways to win

Choose 12 numbers from 1-24, or use Quick Pick to have them randomly selected for you

Drawings take place four times a day, six days a week

The Multi-Draw option keeps you in the game for up to 24 draws

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