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Check your pockets, purses — did you buy a Texas lottery ticket for the March 28 drawing?

It’s been 25 years and you still haven’t won the Texas Lottery? Watch the first drawing in 1992

It's not that you're not lucky, just that you haven't been lucky... yet. Take a trip down memory lane and watch the Texas Lottery's very first drawing on November 14, 1992.
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It's not that you're not lucky, just that you haven't been lucky... yet. Take a trip down memory lane and watch the Texas Lottery's very first drawing on November 14, 1992.

Do you play the All or Nothing lottery game?

If so, the Texas Lottery Commission may be looking for you.

It turns out that a winning ticket for the game — where players win the jackpot by either matching all the numbers drawn or none of them — was sold in Grand Prairie last month.

And the winner has yet to come forward.

“Check your tickets,” read the subject line on an email sent out by the Texas Lottery Commission. “Winning $250,000 All or Nothing ticket sold in Grand Prairie on 3/28/19!”

That winning ticket, sold at Pump N Munch at 2095 N. Highway 360 in Grand Prairie, matched none of the winning numbers, which were: 2, 3, 5, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20, 22, 23 and 24.

The ticket, which cost $2, was a quick pick, lottery records show.

Tickets must be claimed no later than 180 days after the drawing.

There already have been about a half dozen big lottery wins by North Texans this year.

The first Texas Lottery tickets were sold in 1992.

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Anna M. Tinsley grew up in a journalism family and has been a reporter for the Star-Telegram since 2001. She has covered the Texas Legislature and politics for more than two decades and has won multiple awards for political reporting, most recently a third place from APME for deadline writing. She is a Baylor University graduate.
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