AUSTIN – An Arlington resident claimed a jackpot-winning Texas Two Step® prize worth $1.75 million for the drawing on Aug. 8. The ticket was purchased at QuikTrip #869, located at 700 S. Industrial Blvd., in Euless. The claimant elected to remain anonymous.
The winning Quick Pick ticket matched all four of the white ball numbers drawn (4-11-17-33) and the Bonus Ball (9).
Texas Two Step jackpots start at $200,000, and the jackpot amount increases for the next drawing until there is a winner. Players win the jackpot by matching all four of the white ball numbers (1-35) and one Bonus Ball number (1-35) to the numbers drawn. The game features overall odds of one in 32.4. Texas Two Step drawings are conducted on Mondays and Thursdays at 10:12 p.m. CT and tickets must be purchased by 10:02 p.m. CT.
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