Winners in New York, Iowa claim $687.8 million Powerball jackpot, third-largest in game history

PHOTO: West Harlem Deli sold a winning Powerball ticket worth $687.8 million, the fourth-largest jackpot in U.S. lottery history. The prize will be split with a winning ticket in Iowa.PlayGoogle Maps
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Two winners have claimed the third-largest Powerball jackpot in the game's history. Two lucky ticket holders in Iowa and New York have claimed the grand prize.

The winning numbers for the $687.8 million prize were 8-12-13-19-27 and a Powerball of 4.

The cash payout is $396.2 million and each winner will take home $198.1 million in the split jackpot.

The winning ticket in New York was sold at a deli in West Harlem in Manhattan. Iowa plans to announce where the winning ticket was sold later Sunday morning.

PHOTO: In this Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018 file photo, lottery forms for Louisiana Mega Millions, Powerball and other lottery games fill the drawer at The World Bar and Grill, in Delta, La., a few miles from the Mississippi-Louisiana state line. AP
In this Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018 file photo, lottery forms for Louisiana Mega Millions, Powerball and other lottery games fill the drawer at The World Bar and Grill, in Delta, La., a few miles from the Mississippi-Louisiana state line.

There were also $2 million winners in Texas and Florida for matching the five white balls with the added Power Play, and at least nine $1 million winners for matching all five white balls.

Saturday's total was adjusted down slightly from an estimated total of $750 million earlier in the week.

PHOTO: West Harlem Deli sold a winning Powerball ticket worth $687.8 million, the fourth-largest jackpot in U.S. lottery history. The prize will be split with a winning ticket in Iowa. Google Maps
West Harlem Deli sold a winning Powerball ticket worth $687.8 million, the fourth-largest jackpot in U.S. lottery history. The prize will be split with a winning ticket in Iowa.

The drawing comes on the heels of a near-record $1.5 billion Mega Millions drawing earlier this week. The jackpot was won by a single ticket in South Carolina.

The largest lotto drawing in U.S. history remains a $1.59 billion Powerball from January 2016. The second-largest ever is this past week's Mega Millions and the third-largest is a $758 million Powerball from August 2017.

The drawing on Saturday is the fourth-largest lotto total ever.