Powerball jackpot comes to $1 billion for first time in quite a while
Monday’s Powerball highlights its second $1 billion bonanza in the lottery’s set of experiences.
The big stake expanded after nobody hit every one of the six numbers in Saturday’s drawing, which was valued at $825 million.
The numbers for Saturday’s drawing were 19-31-40-46-57 and a Powerball of 23.
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The chances of winning the bonanza are around 1 of every 292 million. There have been four winning Powerball tickets sold in 2022
The Powerball bonanza has developed since a triumphant ticket was sold on Aug. 3.
Powerball additionally has prizes of $4 up to $2 million. The chances of winning a more modest award are around 1 of every 25. Among the more modest awards, seven tickets on Saturday hit every one of the five white balls, which pays out something like $1 million.
Powerball is played in 45 states and Washington, D.C. Monday’s bonanza is the biggest Powerball has had since three winning tickets split a top award of $1.586 billion in January 2016.
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Monday’s drawing will likewise stamp the fifth biggest in U.S. history as three past Uber Millions bonanzas have topped $1 billion, remembering one for July 2022.