Keno Strategies That Will Help You Win

by Eden on February 26th, 2018

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It may not generally be thought of as the sexiest game in the world of gaming, but keno has millions of dedicated followers. Why wouldn’t it? It’s a regularly exciting lotto-type game that’s a breeze to learn, readily available in loads of different variations, and one that may pay out mega-dollars for those who learn its endless subtle rules. But let’s begin with the beginner’s rules here.

When explaining keno to beginners, some betting experts compare it to lotto. This is at least in some ways correct, in that both games are generally numerical. Yet to carry that comparison too far might be to belittle the good many unique characteristics that make keno so compelling. Unlike bingo, keno enthusiasts have the power to pick the numbers for every card.

Keno cards have a grand total of eighty numbers, but the user is granted an additional degree of personal responsibility by being able to decide on as numerous (or as few) numbers as he thinks is appropriate. And it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out how to fill out a card: all you do is circle or otherwise mark all of your picked numbers with a every day old#2 pencil like you used when you were in grade 3.

Once you have checked your numbers, carry your card back to the person at the keno stand. The clerk will record your numbers and then give you a receipt. Don’t lose this (potentially) valuable bit of paper! Even if the clerk remembers your loud shirt and would like to help out, without a winning ticket in hand, you will collect exactly $.00 for your actions.

OK, so there you have strategy numero uno: always take care to keep your keno ticket. Let us get on to something a little bit more complicated, yes?

Now that you’ve checked off your numbers, settle into a nice keno booth and see the action unfold on a video monitor. That is where the winning numbers are shown for us. If you have winners, mark your card aptly. Be sure not to drag your feet, or sit there congratulating yourself for an obnoxious length of time. You need to get back to the keno stand to redeem your winnings, and then a new drawing will probably start within five minutes.

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

Since you can’t trust yourself to make that 5 minute margin each and every time, you always retain the option of purchasing a "multi-race" ticket. These include the self same set of your selected numbers on anywhere from 2 to twenty cards. When the maximum amount of keno games (matching the amount of tickets) is completed, you can then get off your numb butt and go retrieve your winnings.

Yet another option is known as a "stray and play" keno ticket, which commonly allows you make number choices for thirty keno games or more. Hell, you can take an ocean cruise and not have to worry 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 have learned a number of needed schemes for winning keno. If you are a good gambler, they might seem stupidly obvious. However, it does not hurt to brush up on the basic methods, and if you are a newbie user, every bit of advice will help make your keno playing more entertaining.

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