May 15, 2014 – The Arizona Lottery on Wednesday announced that they would replace the draw game 2by2 with a new game, All or Nothing, in which players can win prizes for matching all of the numbers drawn, or for matching none of them.
Each play costs $2, and players must choose 10 numbers out of 20, or choose a Quick Pick ticket. There are eight ways to win on the game, and prizes depend on how many numbers players match, or how many they miss.
To win the $25,0000 top prize, players must match all 10 winning numbers drawn with their 10 numbers, or match none of the winning numbers drawn, hence the name of the game: All or Nothing.
There are no prizes for matching four, five or six numbers, but there are prizes for matching either three numbers or fewer, or seven numbers or more.
Players can win a second prize by matching nine of the 10 winning numbers or matching just one number. Second prizes for the game are worth $250.
Third prizes – won by matching eight numbers or just two – are worth $10; fourth prizes – for matching seven numbers or three – are worth the ticket price: $2.
Thanks to its unique and simple style of play, All or Nothing has already proven very popular in Texas, Iowa, Minnesota, and other states.
The last drawing for 2by2, the game which All or Nothing will replace, will be held Saturday night. Then, beginning Monday, May 19, All or Nothing will be drawn twice daily, Monday through Saturday. Drawings will be held at 10:30 a.m. and 6:59 p.m.