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How to Play Texas Two Step:

Step 1
Grab a Texas Two Step playslip and select four (4) numbers from 1 to 35 in the upper play area of the play board labeled "Pick 4", or mark "QP" and the terminal will randomly select your numbers.

Step 2
On the same Texas Two Step playslip, select one (1) Bonus Ball number from 1 to 35 in the lower play area of the play board labeled "Pick 1", or mark "QP" and the terminal will randomly select your number.

For added convenience, you can play your numbers for up to 10 drawings in advance. Mark the appropriate box under "Multi-Draw." This will play your numbers indicated on play boards "A" through "E" for the number of drawings you select. Each play costs $1.

Prize Payout:

Texas Two Step Prize Chart

Overall odds are 1 in 32. Prize pool equals 50% of sales. *Pari-mutuel prize - divided equally among multiple winners. All prizes, including the jackpot prize, will be paid in a single payment.
* Prizes may be lower or higher than these published prize amounts.

There are two Texas Two Step drawings every week, televised via satellite and available for all Texas TV stations, on Monday and Thursday nights at 10:12 p.m. Central Time.

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