A half billion dollars could have been yours in the latest Powerball drawing, but a jackpot-winning ticket was not sold in Pennsylvania.
Two winning tickets were sold for the $580 million jackpot, one in Arizona and one in Missouri, according to reports.
Powerball does give prizes other than the full jackpot, so it's still worth checking your tickets.
The Pennsylvania Lottery's website went into "high-traffic jackpot mode" Wenesday night with all Pennsylvania Lottery pages link to a single page with nothing but the Powerball. The site is back to normal now.
The winning Powerball numbers for the Nov. 28, 2012 drawing are 5, 16, 22, 23, 29 and a Powerball number of 6.
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The odds of winning a Powerball jackpot are one in 175 million, according to the Powerball website.
However, Pennsylvania residents have fared well. The state comes in second after Indiana in Powerball jackpots won with 15, according to a Powerball analysis website.
Lottery anaylsis website USA Mega broke down what you could expect to take home after taxes in the $550 million jackpot state by state.