If you go to the Texas Lottery website, you will find a 'Scratch Tickets' link on the top toolbar. Click on that and one of your choices will be the 'Current Games List'.

On this page, you can also see a list of all the current scratch-off games and you can find out how many of the top-tier prizes of each game have been won.

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I'm somewhat of a math and statistics nerd, so I think it's fun to dive down into the numbers given by the Texas Lottery to see which tickets are overdue to pay out some big jackpots.

Three Texas Lottery scratch-off games that look to be ready to pay out millions

Million Dollar Loteria

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Texas Lottery

This $20 game was introduced on April 15, 2024. It has been in circulation for about two months and NOBODY has claimed any of the ten $1 million jackpots.

A quick look at the payouts of the other prizes tells us that approximately 12-15% of this game's cards have been purchased, but still no top winner.

If I have $20 to blow on a lottery ticket, this would definitely be my first choice

$1,000,000 Cash Blast

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Texas Lottery

This game has been around since early December. This game has been in circulation for six months and NOBODY has won any of the four $1 million jackpots.

Nearly 40% of this game's tickets have been bought, but still no top winner.

200X Power Blitz

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Texas Lottery

Here's another $20 game that's overdue to get at least one jackpot winner. 200X Power Blitz was introduced on January 2. The game features 4 top prizes of $1 million. So far, NOBODY has revealed the winning numbers for the jackpot.

Around 35% of this game's cards have been purchased.

Today is Thursday, June 20. I'm going to predict that at least one of these games will have a $1 million winner before the end of the month.

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