What does Keno mean?
Keno is a gambling game played with cards or tickets bearing numbers in squares, usually from 1 to 80. A player marks or circles as many of these numbers as he wishes up to the permitted maximum, after which he hands in, or registers, his ticket and pays according to how many numbers he selected. At regular daily intervals a total of 20 numbered balls or pellets are randomly drawn from a container, and prizes are paid out by the house according to how many of each player’s selected numbers are drawn. The casino representative later picks and calls out 20 numbers randomly, and if yours are called out, you win. After all players successfully place their wagers, the casino draws 20 balls at random. Some casinos automatically call the ball draw at preset timed intervals regardless of whether or not players are waiting to place a wager. Each casino sets its own series of pay scale choices called “pay tables”. The player is paid based on how many numbers drawn match the numbers selected on the ticket and according to the pay table selected with regard to the wager amount. Players will find a wide variation of keno pay tables from casino to casino and a large deviation in the house edge set for each of those pay tables.
How to Play & Win
Play KENO at all retail locations and watch the drawings at a KENO monitor location or on demand here.
You can wager $1, $2, $3, $4, $5, $10 & $20.
Choose from 1 to 10 numbers called the “spot” out of a pool of 80 numbers. You may use a bet card or the Auto Pick feature.
To increase KENO winnings, add another $1 for each $1 wagered.
You can play up to 50 consecutive drawings on one bet card.
Win by matching your number(s) to the 20 numbers selected by the Ohio Lottery.
Tickets can be purchased 7 days a week during normal gaming hours. 고스톱
Drawings occur every few minutes beginning at 6:04 a.m. and ending at 2:29 a.m.