Rather a game of chance than a board game, Keno is a game involving betting and luck. The object of the game is to bet on the correct numbers and hope that your bets are fair in one of the two daily draws.
How to Fill the Grid in Keno?
Most Keno slips come in the form of multi-grids to fill out. Know that you are not obliged to fill all the grids, act according to your portfolio and your technique.
The order for completing the grid is simple:
- First, choose your bet amount. You can bet $1, $2, $3, $5 or $10. You just have to tick directly on the grid.
- Then you choose the numbers for your bet. You can select between 2 and 10 numbers per grid. As a reminder, during the draw, 20 numbers are drawn.
- Then use, or not, a win multiplier. They range from 2 to 10, but they must be paid for. So perhaps if you’re feeling lucky, it might not be a bad idea.
- Finally, choose on which of the draws your bet is made. You can choose the lunchtime draw (results are around 2 PM) or the evening draw (results are around 9 PM). You can also choose the number of days your bet will be active.
Once your grid is completed, you can give it to the game master or the ticket office, then pay the bill.
Winning in Keno
If you tick 9 or 10 numbers on your bets, then you are eligible for the “Lifetime Win”. You can see the different winnings in the grid on the back of your ticket.
Your income varies depending on how many numbers you’ve bet and how many numbers you’ve drawn. Don’t forget the multiplier option!