Ohio Powerball Reaches Historic Levels After No Ticket Matched Again

If you’re a betting person, you’re probably already all over the Powerball in Ohio this week.

A historic billion-dollar jackpot is climbing even higher after this week’s Monday draw once again failed to yield a grand winner. However, officials say more than 5.4 million tickets still won cash prizes totaling around $60M – so check your Monday tickets anyway.

The current jackpot is $1.2B.

If a player wins tonight’s (Nov 2) jackpot, it will be the second-largest in Powerball history. That’s just under $600M in cash and inching closer to the record $1.586B jackpot from 2016.

In 2016, that jackpot was shared by winners from California, Florida, and Tennessee.


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