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Introducing Keno

October 4th, 2015 Leave a comment Go to comments
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Keno is a game you will have knowledge of or you don’t. It is typically considered a lottery in the casino. Like the lottery, the game consists of numbers being drawn. The goal is to select the numbers that will be drawn. The game of Keno can either be swift or slow based on the casino. By wagering on Keno online you can control the pace of the game. Personally, I prefer live keno. You relax in a lounge, if you like, and enjoy. Keno is a game that you don’t need to be present to participate and win. For instance, you could put in a ticket for 20 games and then go play another game in the casino or even your room if you are staying at the casino.

Keno Board

The game is played on a board. The Keno board consists of 80 numbers – number one though 80. The top forty are referred to as the top half and the 2nd forty are referred to as the bottom half.

Playing Keno

Each game of Keno goes the same. The game begins, and 20 numbers are picked. The casino might be utilizing the ball system. Ping pong like balls are blown up and picked, exactly like the lottery on television. Other casinos use computers. If a number you marked is chosen, that’s referred to as a "hit." When all 20 numbers have been picked, the round concludes and winning tickets are paid-out.

There is a fair amount of choices in the game of Keno. For instance, you might choose a single number, 2 numbers and so on up to twenty numbers. As a rule, you have to hit a majority of your numbers to come away with something. For example, if you choose 6 numbers, you will normally need to hit 3 to win your cash back.

Keno Payouts

The pay outs in Keno are fairly big. The chances of winning is based on the total numbers marked. For example, if you pick 2 numbers, you will have a six percent probability of hitting your ticket. Every casino’s Keno department has their own pay outs. If you are playing on the net, make sure you look everywhere for the greatest pay outs first.

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