The Powerball jackpot is just increasing. The jackpot is for Wednesday, November.

2. drawing, is estimated to be $1.2 billion ($596.7 million in cash). The biggest prize was

extended in the event that no ticket could match the six numbers drawn Monday night

balls 13 19 36 39, 59, along with Red Powerball 13. If a participant wins Wednesday's jackpot,

it'll be the second-largest prize ever in Powerball history, second only to

the record-setting $1.586 billion Powerball jackpot. It is also the fourth-largest prize of all time in U.S. lottery history.

The jackpot on Wednesday has grown to be the biggest Powerball jackpot for more than six years.

It was the largest prize in more than six years. The Powerball prize was first triggered on

the night of Aug.3 in the state of Pennsylvania. Since that time,

there have had 38 Powerball drawings in a row, without a jackpot winner.

Tickets cost $2 per game, but you'll have to be lucky to win the prize.

The odds of winning are one out of 292.2 million. If you happen to be the lucky person to win

 the cash prize, you can opt to take home an amount in cash or annuity payment over a period of 30 years.