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Introducing Keno

by Eden on Tuesday, March 4th, 2008

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Keno is one of those games you either have knowledge of or you do not. It is basically deemed as a lotto in the casino. Similar to the lotto, the game is made up of numbered balls being selected. The goal is to select the numbers that will be drawn. The game of Keno can be either fast or leisurely based on the casino. By betting on Keno on the internet you can control the pace of the game. Personally, I prefer live keno. You chill in a lounge, if you like, and enjoy. Keno is a game that you do not have to be present to play and win. For instance, you could put in a ticket for twenty games and then head off to compete in another game in the casino or even your suite if you are staying in the casino.

Keno Game Board

The game is gambled on on a board. The Keno board is made up of 80 total numbers – numbered one to 80. The top 40 are called the top half and the second forty are called the bottom half.

Enjoying Keno

Every round of Keno goes in the same manner. The game starts, and 20 numbers are selected. They might be utilizing the ball system. Ping pong like balls are sucked up and chosen, just like the lottery on television. Other casinos use pc’s. If a number you selected is chosen, that’s called a "hit." When all twenty numbers have been selected, the round concludes and winning tickets are paid.

There is a fair amount of diversity in the game of Keno. For example, you can select just one number, two numbers and so on up to 20 numbers. Normally, you have to hit a majority of your numbers to come away with anything. For example, if you choose 6 numbers, you will generally have to get three to win your money back.

Keno Pay outs

The payouts in Keno are pretty decent. The probability of coming away with a win will be dependent on the total numbers picked. For instance, if you select two numbers, you will have a six percent probability of hitting your ticket. Every casino has their own pay outs. If you are going to play on the net, be sure you shop around for the biggest payouts first.