After No One Won the Jackpot in Powerball's Wednesday Night Drawing, the Lottery Game's Top Prize Climbed to an Estimated $473 Million.

No One Has Won the Game's Jackpot Since Nov. 19, According to Powerball – Causing the Grand Prize to Grow Higher and Higher in Recent Months. 

The Odds of Winning a Powerball Jackpot Remain Extremely Slim, Standing at About 1 in 292.2 Million.

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Wednesday Night's Drawing Followed Several Historic Lottery Wins That the U.s. Has Seen in Recent Months:

On Friday, a $1.348 Billion Mega Millions Jackpot Was Won in Maine, Marking the Second-largest Prize That Mega Millions Has Seen and Fourth-biggest Across U.s. Lottery History.

And on Nov. 8, a Powerball Ticket Sold in California Broke the All-time Record – Winning a Jackpot Worth $2.04 Billion.

The Winning Numbers for Wednesday Night's Drawing Were 6, 15, 22, 42, and 47, and the Powerball Was 26. The Power Play Was 3x.


Powerball Winning Numbers Wednesday

Double Play Numbers Were 4, 11, 14, 54, and 69, and the Powerball Was 16.

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There Was No Jackpot Winner on Wednesday, So the Grand Prize Will Climb to an Estimated $473 Million for Saturday's Drawing With a Cash Option of $255.7 Million, According to the Powerball Website.

If Someone Wins on Saturday, the $473 Million Would Only Be Distributed if a Winner Selects an Annuity Option Paid Gradually Over 29 Years. 

Most Jackpot Winners Opt for the Cash Option – in a One Time, Lump Sum Payment. The Final Amount Taken Home Depends of Federal and State Taxes.

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