“All or Nothing” Game Returns to Texas Lottery
A game is returning to the Texas Lottery.
Their “All or Nothing” game sales will resume on Sunday, August 25th and drawings for the game will begin on Monday, August 26th at 10 a.m.
All or nothing is played by choosing 12 numbers from a pool of 24 numbers.
Players can win the top prize of $250,000 by matching all of the 12 numbers drawn or by matching none of the 12 numbers drawn.
Lower-tier prizes of $2, $10, $50, and $500 are also available, depending on how many numbers the player does or does not match.
All or Nothing sales were temporarily stopped on June 3rd to address a game design issue that apparently created the possibility of unexpected financial liability should an unrealistic number of winners occur for a single drawing, according to the Texas Lottery Commission.
“We anticipate that Texas Lottery players will welcome back All or Nothing’s unique play style with the same enthusiasm the game saw in its first eight months of sales,” said Gary Grief, executive director of the Texas Lottery. “The game’s previous performance exceeded expectations, generating $62.5 million in sales and $36.7 million in prizes to players.”
Odds of winning All or Nothing’s top prize are one in 2,704,156. Overall odds of winning any prize are 1 in 4.5.