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Keno Introduction

Keno is one of those games you will have knowledge of or you don’t. It’s basically deemed as a lottery in the casino. Like the lottery, the game is made up of numbered balls being drawn. The object is to select the numbers that will be selected. The game of Keno can be either rapid or slow based on the casino. By wagering on Keno on the internet you can set the speed of the game. Personally, I prefer live keno. You sit in a lounge, if you want, and play. Keno is a game that you do not have to be in the lounge to enjoy and win. For instance, you could purchase a ticket for 20 games and then head off to gamble on something else in the casino or even your suite if you are staying in the casino.

Keno Game Board

The game is wagered on on a game board. The Keno board is made up of eighty numbers total – number one to eighty. The 1st forty are known as a the top half and the second forty are known as the bottom half.

Playing Keno

Every game of Keno goes in the same manner. The game begins, and 20 numbers are selected. They may be utilizing the ball system. Ping pong style balls are sucked up and picked, just like the lottery on TV. Some other casinos utilize computers. If a number you checked is chosen, that’s referred to as a "hit." When all twenty numbers have been selected, the round finishes and winning tickets are paid-out.

There is a fair amount of options in the game of Keno. For example, you can select one number, two numbers and so forth-up to 20 numbers. Typically, you need to hit a majority of your numbers to come away with anything. For example, if you select 6 numbers, you will usually have to hit three to win your cash back.

Keno Payouts

The pay outs in Keno are very decent. The chances of coming away with a win is dependent on the total numbers picked. For example, if you select two numbers, you have a 6% probability of hitting your ticket. Every casino has their own payouts. If you are looking to play on the internet, make sure you shop around for the best pay outs first.

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