Texas Lottery Suspends "All or Nothing" Sales

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    The Texas Lottery has temporarily suspended sales for its "All or Nothing" draw game.

    The Lottery Commission says it has been notified by GTECH Corp., the lottery operator in Texas, of a game design issue. The issue is caused in part by player propensity to play certain numbers.

    The commission will evaluate placing limitations on wagers that can be purchased for any number combination in the game.

    "All or Nothing" is played by selecting 12 numbers from a pool of 24. Players can win the game's top prize of $250,000 by matching all of the 12 numbers drawn by the Texas Lottery or by matching none of the 12 numbers drawn.