Spot Keno is a traditional keno game in which the player chooses 1 - 20 numbers from 1 - 80,
and the game draws 20 balls.
Keno is a simple game of chance, similar to most lottery
games, in which the player selects numbers and hopes that as many of them as possible match
those drawn by a hopper or computer at random. Spot Keno is a simple type of game with no
multipliers or extra balls.
Keno is available in two formats: live and recording. In
live keno, the player marks his picks with a crayon and paper. A live draw from a hopper
loaded with numbered balls will occur every few minutes. In video keno, the player selects
numbers by touching a button, often with a wand, and the computer draws the numbers at
Keno's chances are low, as they are in most games of pure chance. Continue
reading to find out more about the game's rules and how much you can expect to
The basic keno rules are as follows:
- The player places a bet and specifies which numbers he wants to choose. In live keno,
the picks are made on a slip of paper, while in video keno, they are made by pressing
the screen. The player can choose from a set of numbers ranging from 1 to 80.
- The game determines the number of picks a player can make. The range is usually 2 to 10
or 1 to 15.
- The game will pick 20 balls at random from a pool of 80.
- A "catch" occurs when the game selects a number that the player assigned. The player is
rewarded based on how many balls he catches.