Powerball 10/29/22: $1 million ticket sold in Humble, Texas

Monday’s drawing will likely be for $1 billion after nobody matched all six numbers and gained the estimated $825 million grand prize on Saturday.

HUMBLE, Texas — Someone in Humble is about to seek out out they’ve a number of new family and friends after winning a cool $1 million in Saturday night’s Powerball drawing.

The profitable ticket, which was sold on the Kroger on West Lake Houston Parkway, matched all 5 white balls to win the prize.

According to the Texas Lottery, six tickets additionally gained $150,000 in the state and 11 tickets gained $50,000.

The Powerball jackpot retains getting bigger as gamers preserve dropping.

No one matched all six numbers and gained the estimated $825 million grand prize on Saturday night time. That means the subsequent drawing Monday night time will likely be for a large $1 billion, based on an announcement by Powerball.

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The profitable numbers Saturday night time have been: white balls 19, 31, 40, 46, 57 and the purple energy ball 23.

The elevated jackpot would be the second-largest in U.S. historical past. The greatest prize was a $1.586 billion Powerball jackpot gained by three ticketholders in 2016.

Although the marketed high prize will likely be an estimated $1 billion, that’s for winners who obtain their winnings by way of an annuity paid over 29 years. Winners nearly all the time go for money, which for Monday’s drawing will likely be an estimated $497.3 million.

The $825 million jackpot for Saturday’s draw elevated from $800 million on Friday on account of sturdy ticket gross sales, Powerball stated.

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A Florida ticket holder matched all 5 white balls in Saturday’s drawing and elevated the prize to $2 million by together with the sport’s “Power Play” function. Six tickets, together with the one sold in Humble, gained a $1 million prize by matching 5 white balls, together with two in California, two in Michigan and one in Maryland.

It has been practically three months since anybody hit all six numbers and took the lottery’s high prize, with a $206.9 million jackpot win in Pennsylvania on Aug. 3. Thanks to Powerball’s lengthy odds of 1 in 292.2 million, there have now been 37 consecutive attracts and not using a jackpot winner.

Powerball is performed in 45 states, in addition to Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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