Texas Two Step Numbers

Check updated live Two Step numbers from the latest draw plus previous results for this Texas-exclusive game. Are you a lucky TX Lottery winner? Find out below, or read on for details of how to play, prizes and odds.

Monday May 23rd 2022
12 19 30 32 30
View Prize Payout for May 23rd

Next Estimated Jackpot
$350,000
Thursday May 19th 2022
12 21 22 25 1

Monday May 16th 2022
4 13 22 32 15

Thursday May 12th 2022
7 9 19 21 33

Monday May 9th 2022
16 17 22 33 28

Thursday May 5th 2022
15 26 33 35 14

Monday May 2nd 2022
12 15 16 35 28

More Texans win a jackpot on Two Step than any other game, and it's only played in the Lone Star State. The top prize starts at a sweet $200,000 and keeps increasing with each draw until someone hits it. There are two chances to win every week, with draws held on Monday and Thursday nights at 10:12 PM CT.

How to Play

Grab your cowboy boots and dance the Texas Two Step! Just choose four white ball numbers plus a red Bonus Ball from 1 to 35. For the latest hot and cold numbers, check out Texas Two Step Smartpicks.

Two Step costs just $1 to play. On draw nights, there are no ticket sales from 10:02 to 10:15 PM CT, so make sure to purchase before then to get in on that evening's game.

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Prizes and Odds of Winning

Two Step offers seven ways to win, with overall odds of 1 in 32.4. If you're lucky enough to take home a payout, you'll receive it as a single lump sum. You'll find all the prizes and chances of winning below:

Texas Two Step Prizes and Odds
White Balls Matched Bonus Ball Matched Estimated Prize Odds
4 1 Jackpot* 1 in 1,832,600
4 0 $1,501*^ 1 in 53,900
3 1 $50*^ 1 in 14,779
3 0 $20*^ 1 in 435
2 1 $20*^ 1 in 657
1 1 $7 Guaranteed 1 in 102
0 1 $5 Guaranteed 1 in 58
Payout over time is estimated at a minimum 50% of Two Step sales.
*If there are multiple winners, the prize is shared equally (pari-mutuel).
^Payouts may vary according to the number of winners on a prize tier; all payments are lump sum.