Keno’s History Think Long And Hard Prior to Playing Keno
Mar 292009
[ English ]

Keno is a casino game of pure chance and is extremely close to lottery games. The game was imported to america by Chinese expatriates in the 1800’s. As with lottery games, it’s a dead easy to wager, and it’s attractive as huge prizes are available for astonishingly minute wagers. Keno is played at lounges, discos and recreation centers all around the world today. Unfortunately it has other similarities with lotto games – horrendous odds.

Rationally, Keno found its way into internet betting houses as it was an easy game to develop, and casino owners wanted to capture the big land based Keno players on the internet. What was even more for net casinos was that a great many individuals were accustomed to playing Keno on video screens, so the shift online was less of a problem that say with blackjack.

So here is how you play Keno. You start off by picking between 4 and 10 numbers from a set of eighty numbers. Each choice is referred to as a "spot". In most net keno games, you can purchase multiple tickets for the same game, and in some games you can even pre purchase for up-coming games.

Once you have submitted your selection, 20 numbered balls will "drop" into a tube from a barrel. If sufficient of your spots are drawn, you succeed. It’s that simple. You will obviously win more if more of your spots are drawn, like with lotteries. Many web keno games allow you to buy tickets between 5c and five dollars, and payout in multiples of your ticket value. JackpotGrand prizes of up to fifty thousand dollars are not unusual.

A breeze? Yeah. So there must be a hook? Yeah. The house advantage with Keno is 30 percent or more, the absolute worst of any web casino game. The chances of hitting a number is 0.25%. Keno is by a big margin the most unfortunate game you could probably play. If you are wanting a game of luck bet on slot machines. If you like to throw cash away, gamble on Keno. Very few people really make any real returns.

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