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Powerball odds, winnings, winners, losers

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The odds are still stacked against a lucky Powerball winner this year.

And it might not be as good as it used to be.

The last time this year’s Powerball was awarded was May 18, 2016, and the odds are about $12.7 billion for the jackpot.

That’s up from the $11.9 billion the ticket jackpot was worth on May 5, 2017, when the jackpots were being awarded.

For the second consecutive year, there are now five Powerball winners, two of them winning the jackets and another one in the middle of the pack.

The odds have increased by a factor of four for the third year in a row, but the biggest gainer of all is the $20 million Powerball prize.

It was the only one of the four prizes to win this year, and it is the biggest prize ever awarded in a Powerball jackpot drawing.

The average jackpot payout for this year is $1,200.

If the prize is split equally among all five winners, it will be worth about $1.6 billion.

If that’s not enough to make you scratch your head, you can still buy tickets online through the Powerball website and at jackpots.com.

The new odds on this year The odds on the jackots are down about four-fold this year and the median jackpot of $2.3 billion is down from $3.4 billion in 2016.

The numbers are not as bad as they were last year when there were five jackpots, but they are still not good, especially for the fourth-place winner.

The median jack pot was $6.2 billion in 2017, and that is down about seven-fold from $6 billion in 2018.

It will take about a month for the new jackpots to hit the streets.

The winners The Powerball will be awarded on Thursday, Nov. 11, at 11:59 p.m.

The winner will be determined on Wednesday, Nov 15, at 5:59 a.m., and the losers will be announced on Wednesday.

The Powerballs have been awarded in two different formats this year: $1 million Powerballs for players who can’t win at the current jackpot and $2 million Powerups for players and their families who can.

The former will have the highest payout and will be the most popular.

There will also be $5 million PowerUp prizes.

The prize for the most people to win will be $50 million.

That prize will be a total of $500 million, which is about half of the prize money paid out in the first two Powerball drawings.

It’s important to note that if the Powerup winner gets more than the median winner, he or she will not be eligible for the prizes.

Winning Powerball money, though, could help a couple of people in the future.

If a Powerup ticket holder wins more than two Powerups, the jacklot’s value will be reduced.

That means that for example, if the median Powerball win was $1 and the jacktor won $2, he/she would be eligible to get a prize of $1 more than his/her prize money would be worth.

However, the Powerups will be split evenly among the two winners.

If both the jacktons were $2 and $3, the same person who won two Powerballs would get one of each prize.

If only one Powerball had been won, the other would be awarded.

The winning Powerball ticket is worth $50,000.

The remaining prizes are worth about three times that amount.

The biggest winner for 2017 The median winning Powerup prize for this season was $2 billion, and there were nine winners.

Of the eight jackpots that were being distributed this year for the first time, the biggest jackpot winners were: 1.

$20 billion for Jason Alexander of Las Vegas and his wife, Kim.

2.

$10 billion for Scott Boras of Chicago and his family, including his wife.

3.

$5 billion for Chris Evans of Nashville and his children.

4.

$4.5 billion and $4 billion for Ryan Reynolds of New Orleans and his two children.

5.

$3 billion for James Franco of New York and his three children.

6.

$2 $1 billion for Ben Affleck of California and his four children.

7.

$1 $500,000 for David Bowie of London and his six children.

8.

$500 $350 million for Beyonce of Tuscaloosa, Alabama and her four children and their parents.

9.

$350,000 $300 million for the Kardashians of Beverly Hills and their mother, Kylie Jenner.

10.

$300,000 and $200 million for Bruce Springsteen of New Jersey and his five children.

The only other Powerball lottery winner to win the jackmavills in 2017 was former WWE star Ric Flair

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