Keno Interface and Button Descriptions
Keno is one of the best games to play because it is so easy to learn. It is one of the oldest games played in casinos. Keno and lottery games are very similar in the way they are both played.
There is a Keno Card with numbers from one (1) to eighty (80). Twenty of the numbers are drawn and rolled out randomly. The numbers that are drawn are rolled out on the bottom of the Keno Card and the numbers are highlighted on the Keno Card. The player predicts what numbers will be drawn by selecting one or as many as fifteen of those numbers. The wager amount stays the same regardless of how many numbers are chosen. The wager amount is located at the top right of the Keno Card. The dollar amounts are $1, $5 and $10. The more numbers that you correctly predict, the higher the payout. The payout table is shown to the upper left of the Keno Card. The payout will change based on the amount of numbers chosen.
Playing Keno is easy.
If you have successfully predicted a number, your Keno Card will show a star rotating on the number. The other numbers will be highlighted on the Keno Card. When all twenty numbers have been rolled out, you will be paid according to the pay table, located in the upper left side of the Keno Card, resulting in the correctly predicted numbers indicated by the rotating star. If you would like to play the same numbers for the same wager, just click the Play $$$ button again. If you would like to play different number(s), click the clear button to clear the selected numbers.
The Keno Card is the large grid of numbers from 1 to 80 that is located in the middle of the window. Left click on a desired wager amount $1, $5 or $10 (which is located at the top right of the Keno Card). Left click on the Keno Card to select a number. It will be highlighted. To deselect the number left click it again. You can select from one to fifteen numbers.
The Pay Table is represented by odds. The actual amount paid out is the wager amount times the odds. For example, for one pick and one catch, the pay table lists 3. This means 3 times the amount of the wager. Wager amounts can be $1, $5, or $10. If a player wagers $5 on a card in this scenario, the player would win $15.
The Clear button removes all currently selected numbers on the selected Keno Card only.
The Quick Pick button automatically picks 10 numbers.
Starts drawing and rolling out the numbers and they appear on the bottom of the screen and the numbers will also be highlighted on the Keno Card.
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