|Keno Rules and Strategy|
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The rules of Keno are straight forward and follow those of the traditional lottery. Players simply choose the wager they are prepared to make and pick their numbers (also called spots).
Players can choose any combination of numbers, up to 15 from the 80 available. The Keno random number generator then selects the winning numbers. If the player has selected any of the winning numbers, he has won.
Keno payouts are based on how many numbers the player chooses and how many numbers are hit, multiplied by the proportion of the player's original wager to the base rate of the pay table.
A Typical Keno Payout Table:
The odds of winning in Keno:
As Keno is a game of pure luck, there is not a low of strategy involved. The outcome is all down to how many numbers you pick – and which numbers you pick. As the result is random, you cannot strategically pick any particular numbers to improve your chances of winning.
Of course, the more numbers you choose, the higher your chances of winning. Your winnings are determined by your predictions. So if you pick only 4 numbers and they are all selected by the Keno machine, you will win more than if you had picked 8 numbers and 4 of those had come in.