A winning ticket for Wednesday’s Powerball jackpot worth $155 million was sold by the Wisconsin Lottery, according to the official Powerball website.

According to Wisconsin Lottery website, the “$155,200,000 Powerball Jackpot (was) won in Pewaukee, Wisconsin on Wednesday.” The winning numbers of the Powerball jackpot were drawn promptly at 10:59 p.m. EDT. They were 02-09-27-29-42, Powerball: 9, Power Play: 2.

No winner has been announced yet as presumably no one has yet come forward to claim the grand prize with the winning ticket. The updated prize money for the next drawing is estimated at $40 million. The lots are drawn every Wednesday and Saturday.

Read: Indiana-Purdue Graduate Wins $435.3 Million Powerball Lottery

The Powerball website features a full list of TV stations and channels on which the results are announced, besides a YouTube page where all past Powerball drawings can be seen. 

To play the Powerball lottery game, individuals can buy Powerball tickets in any of the 44 U.S. states along with the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. To win the Powerball jackpot, all numbers on your ticket must match all five on the white balls and the red Powerball number drawn by the host of the lottery.

Winners may take the grand prize in a lump sum amount, which will be smaller than the total sum after federal taxes, or they can choose to receive the full amount in 30 installments over 29 years.

Last month, a Purdue University graduate in Indiana won the 10th largest jackpot worth $435 million and decided to take the lump sum cash out option. The biggest Powerball jackpot was a record-setting $1.6 billion in January 2016.

Winning a Powerball jackpot is way harder than you can imagine. The odds of being left-handed is one in 10. In the U.S., the odds of dying in a motor vehicle incident is one in 112. Statistically, the chances of winning the Powerball jackpot is 1 in 292,201,337.

You can check out this Wall Street Journal data visualization to try and understand the chances of winning the lottery.