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Powerball Fever Ablaze Today; $400 Million On The Line

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BRIDESBURG, Pa. -

It doesn't matter how you pick your Powerball numbers, just make sure you get a ticket today if you want to test your chances. It's 400 million dollars if you win the grand prize.

Steve Keeley was live in Bridesburg, Pa., one of the many places buzzing with Powerball fever.

This is the fourth biggest Powerball, and sixth biggest lottery jackpot of all time.

Should you get a machine to pick your numbers? According to Keeley, yes. He says that 7 out of 10 winners were picked by computer (Quick-Pick).

What are your actual chances of winning the grand prize? According to Powerball, 1 in 175,223,510.00.

Check the other odds here.

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