Introducing Keno No Charge Keno Casinos
Apr 072009
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Keno is a game of pure randomness and is very close to Lotto games. The game was brought to the U.S.A by Chinese immigrants in the nineteenth century. As with lotto games, it is a dead easy to enjoy, and it is enchanting as substantial jackpots are offered for very little wagers. Keno is enjoyed at taverns, clubs and civic center all over the world today. Unfortunately it shares another weakness with lotto games – horrendous expectations.

Understandably, Keno ensconced its way into internet casinos as it was an easy game to develop, and internet casino software owners wanted to capture the big brick and mortar Keno fan base on the internet. What was even more in the favor of casinos on the internet was that many gamblers were accustomed to playing Keno on video terminals, so the move online was a insignificant hurdle than say with twenty-one.

So here is how you enjoy Keno. You begin by selecting between four and 10 numbers from a total of 80 numbers. Each selection is describe as a "spot". In many internet keno games, you can buy multiple tickets for the same draw, and in a handful games you can even pre purchase for future games.

After you have submitted your selection, twenty numbered balls will "enter" into a capsule from a barrel. If enough of your spots are drawn, you win. That’s all there is. You will obviously come away with more, if more of your numbers surface, like with lottos.

Most online keno games allow you to buy tickets between 5 cents and 5 dollars, and pay out in multiples of your ticket value. Jackpot fortunes of up to 50 000 dollars are not uncommon.

Easy? Absolutely. So there should be a catch? Yeah. The house advantage with Keno is 30% or greater, the WORST of any online casino game. The expectation of hitting a number is 0.25%. Keno is by a big shot the worst game you might possibly wager on. If you are wanting a game of randomness bet on slots.

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