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  1. froggi 1 says:

    What are the results for texas lotto august 13, 2008?

  2. Kimberly Y says:

    what are the winning lottery numbers for Texas lotto on Tuesday?

  3. Lefty says:

    2, 2, and 1

  4. Ivory Y says:

    what channel does texas lotto come out on in houston tx?


    The Texas Lottery’s Foundational School Project, is that for real?

  6. justmejimw says:

    Pick 3 Day
    for 11/30/06
    Pick 3 Night
    for 11/29/06

  7. Brittany C says:

    How much do you win if you win the pick 3 in texas?

  8. napper80 says:

    How many different number combinations are there for the lotto Texas game?

  9. top2005gunlevi says:

    want to know what was the texas lottery number from the week of july 13th,06-july17th,06?
    I was in Dallas,Tx from July 13th,06- July 17th,06 and I played mega lottery and now that I am in Ok, I want to find the results (numbers), please send the result back to my e-mail, also I want to know what’s the jackpot.

  10. funguyy says:

    doesn’t matter location as long as the mega ball number matches. match1 number plus mega ball number matching. so i would say no. you can take it to the store and they will check it for you just to be sure.

  11. thisxlifexisntxrealx2006 says:

    Pick 3 Day = 5-9-1
    Pick 3 Night = 2-1-4

  12. cristi says:

    how can i find the real numbers at lotto?
    do you have any link? :)

  13. John W says:

    The PowerBall annuity is over 29 years (30 payments) while the Mega Millions is over 25 years (26 payments) hence the cash equivalent of the Mega Millions is higher. Of course if anyone did the math, took into account taxes and the fact that 1/26th or 1/30th of the Jackpot is already enough to change their lives significantly, they would never choose the cash value option. The annuity is effectively a tax deferred investment instrument at a modest 5% interest rate but it’s tax deferred, good luck trying to get millions into a tax sheltered investment at interest rates higher than 0% or trying to outperform 5% tax deferred without any tax sheltering.

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