Texas Daily 4 Lottery Joins Oregon with 4 Drawings Per Day

The Texas Daily 3 and Daily 4 Lottery will increase to four drawings per day on September 9, 2013. Texas joins the Oregon Pick 4 Lottery as the second U.S. Pick 4 Lottery to have four drawings per day.
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CHICAGO - Sept. 3, 2013 - PRLog -- Beginning on Monday, September 9, 2013 the Texas Lottery Commission has announced that they will have four drawings per day for these two lotteries, the Daily 3 and Daily 4 Lottery. They are doubling down on their Pick 3 and Pick 4 games making each of them a four-draw-per-day lottery.  Prior to September 9, 2013 the Oregon Pick 4 Lottery is the only U.S. Pick 4 with four draws per day. Now Texas makes two.

Ever since introducing the All or Nothing Game last year in September 2012, which was originally set up as a four-draws-per-day lottery game, the Texas Lottery Commission saw that Texas lottery players made this game a huge success.

The four drawings per day were scheduled at 10:00am, 12:27pm, 6:00pm and 10:12pm each day. The 12:27pm and 10:12pm drawing times coincided with the current scheduled drawing times for the Texas Daily 3 and Texas Daily 4 Lottery.

Currently only one U.S. State has a Pick 4 Lottery with four drawings per day. That lottery is the Oregon Pick 4 Lottery. Their four drawing times per day are scheduled at 1:00pm, 4:00pm, 7:00pm and 10pm seven days a week. The numbers are computer generated selections.

The Oregon Lottery began in 1985 with the introduction of the Scratch-off tickets and the drawing game, Megabucks. The Oregon Pick 4 Lottery began with its first drawing on April 24, 2000 as a single-draw-per-day lottery. On February 11, 2002 the Oregon Lottery jumped to four drawings per day.

Now Texas will become the second U.S. State that will have a four-draw-per-day Pick 4 Lottery. This changes the whole dynamics for playing the Texas Daily 4 for lottery players.  It is important for the players to invest in a good Pick 4 Lottery System since the time between drawings has shrunk to between two hours to four hours instead of the nine hours that had previously been the standard amount of time between the midday drawing and the evening drawing.

Robert Walsh’s Pick 4 System, @ http://www.WinningPick4LotterySystem.com has proven successful in finding winning Pick 4 Numbers in the Oregon four draws-per-day Lottery for years. His strategy based System focuses on connecting winning numbers to future winning numbers yet to be drawn.

After the introduction of their All or Nothing game a year ago. Texas lottery players as well as lottery retailers were both very enthusiastic about the All or Nothing 10:00am and 6:00pm drawing times.

Players took time in their drive home from work to stop at their local retailers to purchase their lottery tickets. Texas lottery retailers really liked the extra additional foot traffic to their stores during this time period that wouldn’t have come if it hadn’t been for the All or Nothing Game with its four drawings per day.

The Texas Lottery Commission had halted the All or Nothing Game earlier this year to readjust and control winning payouts for this particular lottery. It discovered a payout system flaw that could result in some potential problems that could create a negative financial consequence for the Commission.

Recently, on Sunday, August 25, 2013 the Texas Lottery Commission resumed ticket sales for its first new drawing on Monday, August 26 at 10:00am.

Now the Texas Lottery Commission is betting on this new Trifecta of the Texas Daily 3, All or Nothing and the Texas Daily 4 Lottery with their four drawings per day will create a huge payoff for the Texas Lottery.

The Commission is so confident they are doubling down on this Trifecta lottery plan of theirs to have the Daily 3 and Daily 4 be drawn four times a day beginning Monday, September 9, 2013 six days a week, Sunday through Saturday.
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