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Keno Methods That Work

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It might not commonly be seen as the most lucrative game in the field of wagering, but keno has millions and millions of zealous admirers. And it ought to! It’s a routinely entertaining lottery-style game that’s a snap to pickup, abundantly available in a number of assorted styles, and one that might return millions of dollars for gamblers who master its uncounted subtle nuances. But let’s deal with the basic facts here.

When describing keno to amateurs, some betting pros compare it to bingo. This is at least partly correct, in that each game is basically numerical. But to carry that comparison too far is likely to be to devalue the countless unique characteristics that make keno so interesting. Unlike bingo, keno gamblers have the power to pick the numbers for each and every card.

Keno cards have a total of 80 numbers, but the gambler is furnished with an extra degree of personal responsibility by being able to determine as numerous (or as few) numbers as he wants. And it doesn’t take a genius to determine how to fill out a card: all you do is circle or otherwise mark all of your chosen numbers with a standardmarker like you used back in school.

Now that you’ve picked your numbers, carry the card back to the girl at the keno stand. The girl will record your numbers and then give you a receipt. Don’t misplace this (potentially) valuable bit of paper! Even if the clerk remembers your loud shirt and would like to help out, without a winning receipt on you, you will be given precisely $.00 for your efforts.

Ok, there you have strategy number one: always be sure to keep your keno ticket. Let’s move on to something a tiny bit more advanced, shall we?

Now that you’ve checked off your numbers, get into a nice keno booth and see the action take place on the video monitor. That’s where the winning numbers show up for us. If you’ve got winning numbers, mark your card aptly. Make sure not to move to slowly, or sit there praising yourself for an obnoxious length of time. You are required to get back to the keno stand to collect your winnings, and a new keno game will almost certainly start up within five minutes.

Strategy #2: always get back to the keno stand on time!

Since you don’t trust yourself to beat that five-minute deadline each and every time, you always have the option of buying a "multi-race" ticket. These include the self same set of your chosen numbers on anywhere from 2 to twenty slips. When the maximum amount of rounds (the same as the amount of tickets) is played out, you may then get off your numb bum and go get your winnings.

Another alternative is referred to as a "stray and play" keno ticket, which usually allows you make number choices for thirty rounds or more. Golly, you can take an ocean cruise and not have to fret about getting back in time to get your numbers. Most "stray and play" cards are good for up to a whole year after it’s bought!

And now you are aware of several indispensable strategies for winning keno. If you are an accomplished gambler, they may appear to be stupidly obvious. But it will never hurt to brush up on the basic techniques, and if you are a novice gambler, every bit of advice will help make your keno betting more agreeable.

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