The Powerball jackpot is at 700-million dollars for tonight (Wednesday), but the odds of winning it are a lot tougher than almost two years ago. That was when Powerball officials added ten regular numbers and changed the odds to create more of these astronomical jackpots and the sales jumps that come from all the publicity. Before the change, the odds of winning the top prize were one in 175 million — but now, it’s one in 292 million. Wisconsin Lottery officials said the change would also result in more people winning smaller prizes. In last Saturday’s drawing, almost 100-thousand tickets in the Badger State won anywhere from four-dollars to 200-thousand — about eleven times the numbers of winners as in a normal drawing with a much smaller jackpot.