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Think Long And Hard Before You Play Keno

February 20th, 2016 Leave a comment Go to comments

Keno is a game of pure randomness and is very similar to Lotto games. The game was brought to the America by Chinese expatriates in the 19th aeon. As with lottery games, it’s an absolutely simple to enjoy, and it is endearing as large fortunes are offered for very small bets. Keno is played at taverns, clubs and recreation center all over the world today. Unfortunately it shares another characteristic with lotto games – horrible expectations.

By reason, Keno ensconced its way into online casinos as it was a simple game to build, and casino operators wanted to ensnare the large land based Keno players on the internet. What was even more in the favor of online casinos was that many players were accustomed to gambling on Keno on video terminals, so the move on to the internet was a insignificant barrier than say with blackjack.

So here is how you play Keno. You begin by appointing between 4 and 10 numbers from a total of eighty numbers. Each selection is referred to as a "spot". In many online keno games, you can purchase different cards for the same draw, and in a handful games you can even pre-order for future games.

After you have submitted your choices, 20 numbered balls will "enter" into a capsule from a barrel. If enough of your numbers are drawn, you win. It is that easy. You will obviously amass more, if more of your numbers appear, like with lotteries.

Most keno internet games allow you to purchase tickets between 5 cents and five dollars, and pay out in multiples of your card value. Jackpot winnings of up to $50,000 are not uncommon.

Simple? Absolutely. So there has to be a problem? Absolutely. The house advantage with Keno is 30% or higher, the WORST of any internet casino game. The expectation of landing on a number is 0.25%. Keno is by a long shot the worst game you might possibly play. If you are seeking a game of chance bet on slot machines.

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