Keno Introduction

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Keno is one of those games you either know about or you do not. It is typically deemed as a lotto in the casino. Like the lotto, the game consists of numbers being drawn. The goal is to pick the numbers that will be selected. The game of Keno can be either quick or slow depending on the casino. By gambling on Keno on the internet you can set the pace of the game. Personally, I prefer live keno. You sit in a lounge, if you wish, and enjoy. Keno is a game that you do not need to be present to enjoy and be a winner. For example, you could put in a ticket for 20 games and then go bet on something else in the casino or even your hotel room if you’re staying in the casino.

Keno Board

The game is gambled on on a game board. The Keno board consists of eighty numbers – numbered one though 80. The first forty are called the top portion and the bottom forty are known as the bottom portion.

Enjoying Keno

Each round of Keno plays out in the same manner. The round commences, and 20 numbers are drawn. The casino may be using the ball system. Ping pong like balls are blown up and picked, exactly like the lottery on television. Other casinos utilize computers. If a number you marked is selected, that’s known as a "hit." When all 20 numbers have been selected, the round finishes and winning tickets are paid.

There is a fair amount of choices in the game of Keno. For example, you may select one number, two numbers and so forth-up to 20 numbers. Usually, you need to get most of your numbers to win anything. For instance, if you pick six numbers, you will usually need to hit three to win your cash back.

Keno Pay outs

The pay outs in Keno are pretty big. The odds of coming away with a win is based on the total numbers selected. For instance, if you select 2 numbers, you have a six percent chance of hitting your ticket. Every casino’s Keno department has their own pay outs. If you are playing on the internet, make sure you shop around for the best pay outs first.

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