Introducing Keno Keno Introduction
Nov 172015

It may not usually be looked at as the best game in the world of betting, but keno has loads of zealous followers. And it should! It’s a always exciting lotto-type game that’s a breeze to learn, abundantly available in several different styles, and one that will pay out millions of dollars for people who master its many subtle nuances. But let’s deal with the basics for now.

When defining keno to amateurs, some wagering masters compare it to bingo. This is at least to a certain extent apt, in that both games are basically numerical. However, to carry that comparison too far can be to misunderstand the endless unique characteristics that make keno so exciting. Not like bingo, keno users have the freedom to choose the numbers for each card.

Keno cards have a grand total of 80 numbers, but the player is accord an additional degree of personal responsibility by being able to choose as many (or as few) numbers as he needs. And it doesn’t take a keno superstar to figure out how to fill out a card: all you do is circle or otherwise mark all your handpicked numbers with a good old#2 pencil like you used when you were a kid.

After you’ve picked your numbers, take your card back to the keno pit manager at the keno booth. The keno pit manager will record your numbers and then give you a receipt. Don’t misplace this (potentially) lucrative piece of paper! Even if the clerk remembers your mug and wants help out, without a winning receipt in hand, you will get exactly $.00 for your time spent.

Now there you have strategy number one: always make sure to keep your keno slip. Let’s go on to something a bit more complicated, shall we?

Now that you’ve selected your numbers, settle into a nice keno booth and observe the action take place on the keno monitor. That’s where the winning numbers are shown for all to see. If you have winning numbers, mark your card accordingly. Sake care not to take your time, or sit there praising yourself for too great a length of time. You must get back to the keno booth to get your winnings, as a new drawing will probably begin within 5 minutes.

Strategy number 2: always make sure to get back to the keno booth on time!

Assuming you don’t trust yourself to make that 5 minute deadline each and every time, you always have the option of buying a "multi-race" ticket. These include the very same set of your handpicked numbers on anywhere from 2 to twenty cards. When the max amount of rounds (the same as the amount of tickets) is played out, you are then able to get off your lazy butt and go redeem your winnings.

Still another choice is referred to as a "stray and play" keno slip, which generally lets you make number picks for 30 keno games or more. Heck, you can take a world tour and not have to worry about getting back in time to collect your winnings. Most "stray and play" game tickets are good for up to a whole year after purchase!

So now you have learned a number of required methods for winning keno. If you are an advanced gambler, they may seem very obvious. But it does not hurt to bone up on the fundamentals, and if you are a new gambler, every bit of direction will help make your keno playing time more enjoyable.

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