Although no numbers matched the Powerball draw on Wednesday, Jan. 25, four lucky winners in Texas won $100,000 and five won $50,000, according to information provided by the Texas Lottery on its website.
The winning points in this draw were 9-17-20-38-40. Powerball was No. 18 and Power Play was No. 2. The jackpot has now increased to $572 million. Had he been the winner and collected it in a single payment, he would have taken home $308.9 million. The next Powerball draw is this Saturday, January 28th.
The four people who won $100,000 matched four out of five numbers, played Powerball and Powerplay. while the top five guessed four out of five numbers and the Powerball took home $50,000. Unlike other occasions, no one in Texas won the $1,000,000 or $2,000,000 prizes, which come from matching all five numbers without guessing the Powerball with and without the Power Play, respectively.
How is Powerball played?
Jackpots are won when players match five numbers from a total of 69 options. They must guess and an additional number, the Powerball, which they must choose between 1 and 26. By choosing Power Play for $1 more per spin, players can multiply their non-jackpot winnings by two, three, four, five or 10. Times.
The prize for a Power Play Match Five (5+0) is set at $2,000,000, regardless of the number of Power Plays selected. All other non-grand prizes will be multiplied by the selected Power Play number. *The 10X Power Play Multiplier is available for drawings where the initially announced annual grand prize money is $150 million or less.
Draws are held every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.