Powerball results — usa powerball winning numbers

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US Powerball Hot and Cold Numbers

Number of Draws:

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10

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1000

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Hot Numbers

Regular Balls

36

13 Times

59

11 Times

35

11 Times

15

11 Times

68

11 Times

39

11 Times

12

11 Times

14

10 Times

53

10 Times

33

10 Times

27

10 Times

62

10 Times

2

10 Times

23

10 Times

42

9 Times

67

9 Times

61

9 Times

56

9 Times

63

9 Times

44

8 Times

57

8 Times

7

8 Times

60

8 Times

40

8 Times

3

8 Times

41

8 Times

55

8 Times

50

8 Times

54

8 Times

18

8 Times

Powerball

18

9 Times

23

6 Times

24

6 Times

4

6 Times

14

5 Times

2

5 Times

19

5 Times

11

5 Times

3

5 Times

Power Play

2

52 Times

3

30 Times

Cold Numbers

Regular Balls

52

3 Times

13

4 Times

45

4 Times

24

4 Times

30

4 Times

28

4 Times

11

4 Times

34

5 Times

22

5 Times

69

5 Times

19

5 Times

17

5 Times

49

5 Times

25

5 Times

38

5 Times

20

5 Times

6

5 Times

4

5 Times

66

5 Times

31

6 Times

16

6 Times

9

6 Times

5

6 Times

46

6 Times

64

6 Times

48

6 Times

37

6 Times

51

6 Times

26

7 Times

58

7 Times

10

7 Times

65

7 Times

1

7 Times

32

7 Times

8

7 Times

43

7 Times

21

7 Times

47

7 Times

29

7 Times

Powerball

15

1 Times

7

2 Times

12

2 Times

10

2 Times

26

3 Times

6

3 Times

22

3 Times

13

3 Times

17

3 Times

16

3 Times

9

3 Times

5

4 Times

8

4 Times

20

4 Times

25

4 Times

21

4 Times

Power Play

10

3 Times

5

5 Times

4

10 Times

How Does US Powerball Work?

The Basics

In US Powerball, you pick:

  • five numbers (i.e. the white balls) from a selection pool consisting of 1-69, and
  • one number (i.e. the red ball) from a selection pool of 1-25

Take note that the red ball can be the same number as one of the white balls. You can pick numbers manually or via a Quick Pick option – which means you let a system randomly pick the numbers for you.

Winning numbers are drawn at 10:59pm every Wednesday and Saturday at Universal Studios in Florida.

Two drums, one containing the white balls, and the other containing the red balls, are used to randomly select the winning numbers. Matching all 6 numbers awards you the jackpot, while matching 5 gives you the 2nd place prize category, and so on.

Each ticket line costs $1, but some online lottery sites may charge higher to cover for the service of purchasing, scanning and safekeeping tickets.

The Power Play

You can also include a Power Play number in your entry.

For an additional $1 on top of the $1 per line (again, prices may vary on lottery sites), the Power Play number multiplies prizes for non-jackpot winnings by up to 5 or 10 times. The second prize with the Power Play multiplier activated, for instance, is automatically doubled to $2,000,000.

Check out the table below to see how Power Play affects each prize category.

 

Matches

 

Prize

Prize with Powerball Multiplier

2x 3x 4x 5x 10x
5 + 1 Grand Prize No Multiplier –  Jackpot Only
5 + 0 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000
4 + 1 $50,000 $100,000 $150,000 $200,000 $250,000 $500,000
4 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $1,000
3 + 1 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $1,000
3 $7 $14 $21 $28 $35 $70
2 + 1 $7 $14 $21 $28 $35 $70
1 + 1 $4 $8 $12 $16 $20 $40
0 + 1 $4 $8 $12 $16 $20 $40

The Odds of Winning

Winning the Powerball isn’t easy, especially when it comes to the jackpot.

Check out the table below for a quick reference.

Numbers Matched Odds of Winning
5 +1 1 in 292,201,338.00
5 1 in 11,688,053.52
4 + 1 1 in 913,129.18
4 1 in 36,525.17
3 + 1 1 in 14,494.11
3 1 in 579.76
2 + 1 1 in 701.33
1 + 1 1 in 91.98
0 + 1 1 in 38.32

What Happens if You Win?

Powerball jackpots are split between anyone who has a winning lottery ticket, while all other prizes are of a fixed amount. That said, non-jackpot prizes could be reduced if the number of winners exceed the lottery operator’s prize fund.

Winners have the option to choose whether to collect their payment as an annuity paid over a 29-year period, or as a lump sum.

Winners have a year to claim their prize. Otherwise, the money often goes to the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund, which funnels the money to charity. This won’t always be the case, though, as each MUSL member has different rules that dictate what happens to unclaimed prizes.

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