NENANA, Alaska (AP) — The 12 winners of this year’s Nenana Ice Classic will get equal shares of the jackpot in Alaska’s favorite guessing game. Ice classic manager Cherie Forness says each ticket holder correctly guessed the ice would go out 12:50 p.m. on Friday, April 30. The ticket holders will each get $19,465.92 for guessing when the ice would move enough to trigger a mechanism that stops a clock inside a tripod set up on the Tanana River. Not every winner has been contacted yet, but they come from across the state.