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Introducing Keno

January 8th, 2016 Leave a comment Go to comments

Keno is one of those games you will have knowledge of or you don’t. It is generally considered a lottery in the casino. Like the lotto, the game is made up of numbers being selected. The goal is to pick the numbers that will be selected. The game of Keno can either be swift or slow based on the casino. By playing Keno on the internet you can control the speed of the game. For me, I prefer real life keno. You sit in a lounge, if you wish, and enjoy. Keno is a game that you don’t have to be in the lounge to enjoy and win. For example, you could purchase a ticket for 20 games and then go gamble on something else in the casino or even your room if you are staying in the casino.

Keno Board

The game is bet on on a game board. The Keno game board is made up of eighty numbers total – numbered one though 80. The first forty are called the top half and the bottom forty are called the bottom half.

Playing Keno

Each round of Keno goes in the same manner. The game commences, and 20 numbers are picked. They might be using the ball system. Ping pong like balls are blown up and selected, just like the lottery on TV. Some other casinos use computers. If a number you picked is selected, that is referred to as a "hit." When all 20 numbers are selected, the round concludes and winning tickets are cashed-in.

There is an abundance of options in the game of Keno. For instance, you could choose just one number, 2 numbers and so forth-up to 20 numbers. Normally, you have to hit most of your numbers to win something. For instance, if you select six numbers, you will generally need to hit 3 to earn your cash back.

Keno Pay outs

The payouts in Keno are very high. The chances of winning is dependent on the total numbers selected. For instance, if you select 2 numbers, you will have a six percent chance of hitting your ticket. Every casino’s Keno department has their own pay outs. If you are playing online, make sure you look everywhere for the biggest pay outs first.

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