The Powerball jackpot is over $1.60 billion. If someone hits the jackpot, they can collect their winnings anonymously depending on what state they live in. There are 10 states that allow lottery winners of any prize size to remain anonymous: Delaware, Kansas, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, North Dakota, South Carolina and Wyoming. In Minnestota, a prize must be over $10,000 for someone to remain anonymous. In Arizona, a prize must be over $100,000 for someone to remain anonymous. Georgia and Illinois require prizes to be over $250,000 for someone to remain anonymous. Meanwhile, Texas and West Virginia require prizes to be over $1 million for someone to remain anonymous, and Virginia requires a prize to be greater than $10 million. Have you been playing Powerball, considering the large jackpots? How many tickets do you buy for one drawing?