Win the 온라인파워볼사이트 Lottery
It may be a weird thing to talk about the mechanics of a lottery game, as most people would just care about how to win it. But the more one knows about something, the more he/she gets interested in it. Perhaps, by talking about the roots and dynamics of the famous Wisconsin 온라인파워볼사이트 lottery game, some people may find the nerve to actually like it.
Actually, the Wisconsin Powerball has already gone through some evolutions in time. The game’s predecessor started in 1988 in the name of Lotto America. About four years after (April 19, 1992), this name was changed into Powerball.
Having a format that almost changed the whole structure of American lottery games, Wisconsin Powerball is one of the highest-prized lottery game with a head-start of $20 million jackpot prize, and is increasing as the drawing does too. The old Wisconsin Powerball has a 5/55 + 1/42 number field, which was changed in early 2009. The new format is the Wisconsin Powerball 5/59 + 1/39, briefly explained as 5 numbers (chosen from 1-59, one set) plus another number (from 1-39, another set). This system has deeply increased the odds of winning from one in 146 million to a whooping one in 195 million. The first combination is also called as the white balls and the sole number as the red ball or the Powerball.
Although winning the jackpot is as near as never, Powerball compensated this by lowering the necessities to win the smaller prizes. For instance, the second prize is $200,000 in cash and can be won by a match of five white balls in just any order. Moreover, hitting the red ball or Powerball right gives the player a little extra for his pocket – three dollars. The odds of winning the Powerball prize are at around one in 35.
Beating the odds in Powerball is fairly easy, one must select a five number combination (from 1-59) and another one number (red ball or powerball). If the five numbers were drawn but the powerball wasn’t, then the players has beat the odds of the game (one in 5,138,133), plus the 200 thousand bucks of course. Drawings are made every Wednesdays and Saturdays.