No, you didn't win the second largest Powerball jackpot in history Wednesday.
And while that may have been the only way to win $1.2 billion, it's not the only way to win some -- or in some cases, a lot -- of cash.
Each Powerball drawing consists of five different numbers from 1 to 69, as well as one Powerball number from 1 to 26.
In order to win the jackpot, a player must match all five numbers and the Powerball number. And according to Lotto America, the odds are incredibly steep, at 1 in 292,201,338.
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The good news is, it's not the only way to win. In fact, there are nine other ways you could take home a prize.
Here's a Powerball payout breakdown:
- 5 numbers matched: $1 million (1 in 11,688,054 odds)
- 4 numbers matched + Powerball: $50,000 (1 in 913,129 odds)
- 4 numbers matched: $100 (1 in 36,525 odds)
- 3 numbers matched + Powerball: $100 (1 in 14,494 odds)
- 3 numbers matched: $7 (1 in 580 odds)
- 2 numbers matched + Powerball: $7 (1 in 701 odds)
- 1 number matched + Powerball: $4 (1 in 92 odds)
- Powerball matched: $4 (1 in 38 odds)
The winning numbers in Wednesday's drawing were: 2, 11, 60, 22 and 35 with a red Powerball of 23.
The next drawing takes place Saturday at 9:59 CST. And the longer the game goes without a winner, the larger the jackpot will grow. Right now, it's at a whopping $1.5 billion.