Powerball jackpot climbs to $1.2 billion after Halloween drawing haunts players with no winner yet once more - CNN

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After no fortunate trick-or-treater scored Monday evening's billion-greenback Powerball jackpot, avid gamers will need to vie for the prize yet again on Wednesday, this time for a whopping estimated $1.2 billion.

The jackpot is the second-biggest prize in Powerball's 30-year history, in keeping with the lottery, simply in the back of the list $1.586 billion win in 2016.

The profitable numbers in the Halloween drawing had been 13, 19, 36, 39, 59 and crimson Powerball 13.

while nobody snagged the grand prize in Monday's drawing, 10 tickets gained $1 million prizes and three tickets rang in a $2 million prize by using the lottery's power Play function, Powerball mentioned.

Lottery contributors were haunted for 38 drawings in a row and not using a jackpot winner, Powerball mentioned. The closing grand prize changed into awarded to a ticket in Pennsylvania on August 3 for a $206.9 million pot.

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