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The Basics of Playing Keno
02-09-2009, 08:08 AM (This post was last modified: 03-17-2009 11:28 AM by KillJoy.)
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The Basics of Playing Keno
Playing Keno is extremely simple. It is so simple that it should only take you a little time to understand its rules and how it is played.

First of all you will need a Keno card or ticket. On the card you will notice all the numbers from 1 to 80. All the numbers from 1 to 40 are on the top half of the card, and the numbers 41 to 80 are on the bottom half of the card.

Before the game begins you must pick out the numbers you think will win and mark them on the card. You can pick any amount of numbers you want to, but no more than 20 and at least one number.

When the game starts, 20 random numbers will be chosen. When this process is complete the game is over and you will be paid according to how many numbers you got. If you have played ten numbers for example, but you only got 8, you will be paid accordingly. Of course, the payout would have been larger if you got all ten numbers that you played.

Regarding the payouts you should know that they vary from one casino to another. Usually the payouts are large, but this is mainly because the house edge is rather high. In fact Keno is one of the casino games with the highest house edge. If you play only 2 numbers for example your odds of winning are 6%.

This is a game that appeals to lottery fans. It is very entertaining, and even though the house edge is a bit high, the large payouts compensate for thatBusiness Management Articles, making this a wonderful game to play.


Printable Keno tickets/cards in pdf format (registered users only):


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09-18-2015, 10:09 PM
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RE: The Basics of Playing Keno
Hello Joy,
Yes indeed!! Keno is a very simple game to understand as well as to play. Thanks for the sample attachment, its very clear to understand for freshers. Keep posting the basics of new casino games.
Cheers......
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