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Australia Powerball details & rules
The Australian Powerball holds the record for the largest Jackpot in Australia, sitting at an incredible A$150M.
The main balls and the Powerball are drawn from 2 separate barrels. The main barrel contains numbers from 1 to 35, and the Powerball barrel numbers from 1 to 20. 7 numbers are drawn from the main barrel, and one Powerball is drawn from the Powerball barrel.
In Australia, we have access to a range of System entries in addition to standard entries. You can read more about System and Pick entries, their probability and other statistics here.
Each Division has a percentage of the total prize pool allocated, and is shared amongst all winners of the division.
The table below lists the odds of winning, the percentage allocated to each division, the current Jackpot amount, the average dividends over the last 10 games for divisions 2 and lower and the average of winners for each division over the last 10 games.
|Match||Odds (1 in..)||Pool Distribution||Average Dividends||Average Winners|
|7 Numbers + Powerball||134,490,400||35%||Jackpot! currently $3,000,000||0.10|
|6 Numbers + Powerball||686,176||1.1%||$5,024.09||56.70|
|5 Numbers + Powerball||16,943||1.5%||$159.32||2,333.80|
|4 Numbers + Powerball||892||7.6%||$42.35||44,640.90|
|3 Numbers + Powerball||188||15%||$17.86||210,547.40|
|2 Numbers + Powerball||66||26.3%||$10.89||604,711|
I also wrote an article about the differences between the US Powerball and the Australian Powerball