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On Tuesday, the Powerball prize was worth $1.5 billion! The jackpot was reached just days after the jackpot reached $1 billion! That’s an incredible amount of money! You can see the winning numbers on this website. However, you can’t win the jackpot if you aren’t playing the Powerball game. If you want to increase your chances of winning, consider creating a Powerball Pool Boss account. This will help you manage your office pool and keep track of all of your winnings.


Jack Whittaker, the winner of the $314 million jackpot in the Powerball game, faced tragedy and personal loss after his winning ticket. This article by Jack Whittaker originally appeared in the Washington Post Magazine on Jan. 30, 2005. The article tells the story of Brenda-the-biscuit-lady, who worked for C&L Super Serve. At the time, she earned six dollars an hour.

Brenda’s new house

Brenda-the-biscuit-lady is getting a raise, but her new house is far from the city. She now has a long commute in her Jeep and is out in the country, far from neighbors and a telephone. The whole situation is a bit of a disaster.

Brenda’s new phone

Jack Whittaker, the man who won the $314 million jackpot in the Powerball game in 2002, has a story to tell. His prize was the largest ever won by a single ticket. Unfortunately for Whittaker, his prize came with a lot of tragedy and personal loss. The following is an excerpt of an article he wrote that first appeared in The Washington Post Magazine on Jan. 30, 2005. Brenda-the-biscuit-lady made six dollars an hour at a fast food joint called C&L Super Serve.

Brenda’s plans for Christmas

Jack Whittaker won $314 million in 2002, the largest jackpot won by one ticket. After winning the prize, he faced personal tragedy and loss. Read more about Jack Whittaker’s experience in this story published in The Washington Post magazine. In this short story, Jack shares his own story of winning the lottery. Originally, Brenda-the-biscuit-lady worked as a workman at C&L Super Serve, a fast-food restaurant in the heart of West Virginia.

Jack’s Powerball Christmas

A few years ago, a West Virginia man named Jack Whittaker won $314 million in the Powerball lottery. The prize was the largest undivided lottery jackpot in history. Jack bought his Powerball ticket with biscuits. He never knew what the lottery prize would be, but figured a four-number match would be worth at least $100,000. He went back to sleep, but not without visions of a six-figure windfall.

The Powerball jackpot is currently $315 million, and will rise to $416 million in the drawing on Monday. The winning numbers for the Christmas drawing were 27-29-45-55-58, plus the Powerball number 2. The Power Play number was 3X. To win the jackpot, you must match all five white balls with a Power Play. The odds of winning are one in 292.2 million. In the meantime, there are a few $1 million winners in California and South Carolina.

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