Keno Introduction

Keno is one of those games you either know about or you do not. It is typically considered a lotto in the casino. Similar to the lottery, the game is made up of numbered balls being selected. The goal is to pick the numbers that will be selected. The game of Keno can either be rapid or leisurely depending on the casino. By wagering on Keno on the web you can set the speed of the game. As for me, I love real life keno. You hang out in a lounge, if you wish, and play. Keno is a game that you don’t need to be present to play and be a winner. For example, you could purchase a ticket for twenty games and then head off to compete in another game in the casino or even your room if you are staying in the casino.

Keno Game Board

The game is wagered on on a game board. The Keno board consists of eighty total numbers – number one to eighty. The 1st 40 are referred to as the top portion and the 2nd forty are known as the bottom half.

Competing in Keno

Every game of Keno plays out in the same manner. The round starts, and 20 numbers are drawn. The casino might be utilizing the ball system. Ping pong style balls are blown up and picked, just like the lottery on television. Some other casinos use computers. If a number you selected is selected, that’s called a "hit." When all 20 numbers are selected, the game concludes and winning tickets are cashed-in.

There is an abundance of diversity in the game of Keno. For instance, you may select one number, 2 numbers and so forth-up to twenty numbers. Normally, you need to get most of your numbers to win anything. For instance, if you select six numbers, you will usually need to hit three to earn your money back.

Keno Pay outs

The payouts in Keno are fairly high. The odds of getting a win depends on the total numbers selected. For example, if you select 2 numbers, you have a six percent probability of hitting your ticket. Every casino has their own payouts. If you are playing on the internet, make sure you shop around for the greatest pay outs first.

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