|Posted: November 15, 2007, 9:40 pm - IP Logged|
I looked on the KY Lottery website for the amount of the top prize for Cash Ball. It says $200,000 for matching 4+1, but it doesn't have any type of description for a case where there are multiple winners of the top prize. For example, on the 3 Line Lotto page, it's top prize description states: "If there is more than one jackpot winner, the prize is divided among all winners". Also, the Hoosier Lottery also has a description for Mix & Match's top prize that states "If 3 or more single lines among all winning tickets match all 5 numbers drawn, $400,000 will be divided evenly among those winners". The Cash Ball page doesn't have this type of description. The reason I'm asking is because I would like to know if someone was to match 4+1, but they played that same set 5 times, does that mean they won $1,000,000? If Cash Ball's top prize has a rule about splitting the top prize, I think the KY Lottery website should list it. I might start playing that game.