None of them may have won the $731-million Powerball jackpot on Wednesday, but still there were 193,147 lotto winners in the state of Tennessee.
Five of those winning tickets are worth $200,000, the biggest winning amount in the state. Two of them were bought in Antioch. A $50,000 ticket also was bought in Antioch.
The jackpot winning ticket was bought in Chicopee, Massachusetts.
The other three $200,000 tickets were sold in Arlington, Denmark and Knoxville.
Tennesseans had 113 match 4s, 310 match 3s plus Powerball, 7277 match 3s, 5583 match 2s plus Powerball, 39,194 match 1s plus Powerball, and 89,674 match Powerball only.
The largest-ever Powerball lottery was won in part by a Tennessean just last year. The record $1.6 billion jackpot got split three-ways between a resident in Munford, Tennessee and a winner in California and Florida.