Powerball Winning Numbers
November 13, 2011 by staff
Powerball Winning Numbers, Speaking of the Connecticut Powerball winner, he still hasn’t brought in proof of the winning numbers. The supposed Fairfield County, Connecticut lottery winner claims he lost the winning Powerball ticket for the monstrous jackpot.
The $254,200,000 grand prize just happens to be the largest prize ever won in Connecticut Lottery history. As of today, no one has produced a signed Powerball ticket with all six Powerball winning numbers on it. Do you think it’s true, or just a story to walk away with over a quarter-billion dollars?
Latest Louisiana Powerball Winner
Robert Thibodaux, Sr. is the newest Louisiana millionaire! Thibodaux says he wanted to buy a $1 standard wager Powerball ticket, but the clerk at the Shop Rite store printed off a $2 Power Play ticket for the October 29th drawing instead. Thibodaux matched five out of six Powerball winning numbers for the second-tier prize of $200,000.
Luckily, the Powerball “mistake” made Thibodaux a millionaire! How did he do that you ask? Louisiana Lottery officials claim that a second-tier Powerball prize with the Power Play option is worth an instant $1,000,000! This lottery “mistake” was a lucky one for Robert Thibodaux. Everyone should be so lucky!
Don’t Miss Tonight’s Powerball Drawing!
The Powerball numbers will be drawn Saturday, November 12, 2011 at 10:59pm ET. Tonight’s Powerball winning numbers are worth $35,000,000 annuity, or $21,700,000 one-time lump-sum, so don’t miss the drawing! The multi-state Powerball game is played in 42 States, Washington D.C. and the US Virgin Islands.
The lottery winning numbers are drawn live each Wednesday and Saturday evenings. You can catch the live drawing on select TV stations around annuity the country, or by viewing Power Ball Live online, also at 10:59pm.
Please Play Responsibly
Remember, playing the lottery should be fun, but sometimes too much lottery fun can be addictive and could ruin lives. Please play responsibly, and don’t spend more than you’re willing to lose.
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