All or Nothing Off to A Good Start in N.C.

Sep 11, 14 All or Nothing Off to A Good Start in N.C.

Sept. 11, 2014 – On average, winners of the North Carolina Lottery’s newest draw game, All or Nothing, are doubling their money, making it a pretty lucky first week for the new game.

The Lottery launched All or Nothing, a unique draw game that is popular in several other states, Sunday.  Since then, more than a quarter million dollars in prizes has been paid out to about 70,000 winners.

Of all those winners, none have won the game’s top prize quite yet, however there have been 27 players lucky enough to win All or Nothing’s $500 second prize.

For North Carolina players who haven’t tried out the new game yet, here’s how it works.

It’s called “All or Nothing” for a reason: you can win the game’s top prize by matching all of the numbers drawn, or none of them.

The game’s unique play style is what has made it popular in so many other states.  Players pick 12 numbers out of 24.  Then, in each drawing 12 winning numbers are selected.

Players who match all 12 numbers in any order will win the $250,000 top prize.  Matching fewer numbers – either 11, 10, 9, or 8 numbers – will net players smaller prizes.

But that’s just half the game.  While there are no prizes for matching six or five of the winning numbers, matching just four, three, two or one number will win players smaller prizes, and, as mentioned above, missing all 12 numbers wins $250,000.

Overall there are 10 ways to win on the game, either by matching or missing more than half of the winning numbers.

The North Carolina Lottery is giving players two chances every day to win All or Nothing prizes; drawings are held daily at about 12:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

You can learn more about All or Nothing on the North Carolina Lottery’s website, here.

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Written by Matt Isaacs

Matt is the Editorial Manager for the LotteryHUB News Team. Matt graduated from Rutgers University’s School of Journalism and Media Studies in May 2013

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