Crazy for Keno | As I write this column the Atlantis Reno 9 stop progressive is over $1,311,000 and the Mega Keno statewide 10 spot is over $2 million. Will one of our readers be the one to hit either of these giant progressives?view
Crazy for Keno | The Atlantis Casino in Reno 9-spot progressive has almost reached $1.3 million. Until it is hit this means you are playing at about 100% return. It can’t get much better than this.view
Crazy for Keno | Starting the week, the 9-spot progressive at The Atlantis in Reno is over $1,270,000 and the 10-spot in MegaKeno is over $2 million. The Excalibur and El Cortez both have MegaKeno with the better pay table.view
In Arizona some contention has developed over State Sen. Sonny Borrelli’s bill to legalize electronic bingo. The Arizona Legislature, during this executive session, is to consider the bill, in a move reportedly causing concerns for the Arizona Gaming Commission.view
Crazy for Keno | There still seems to be an opinion out there that keno is a poor game to play, that it is a sucker’s game, and should be avoided due to its “high” house advantage. Is this really true? No. In fact, in some cases the house edge at keno is actually competitive.view
A southeast Nebraska keno operator is now accused of concealing $1.28 million in illegal bets and committing more than 260 violations of state regulations. The Nebraska Department of Revenue's Division of Charitable Gaming wants to fine Zeilinger Keno $263,000 and revoke its lottery operator and worker licenses.view
Crazy for Keno | The huge progressives are still there at Megakeno with the 10-spot just shy of $2 million and the 9-spot at The Atlantis in Reno over $1.2 million.view
Crazy for Keno | As we enter 2017, the 10-spot Megakeno progressive jackpot was approaching $2 million and the 9-spot More to the Meter progressive jackpot at The Atlantis Reno was nearing $1.25 million.view
Crazy for Keno | Sam’s Town has some interesting and unusual tickets. The first is a 7-spot special that pays on “All Catches.” This means, no matter how many spots you hit, you get some of your money back. Here is the paytable for this ticket for a price of $1.view
Dye-ing to Know | On the night before Halloween, I went to a party at Green Valley Ranch and a bingo game broke out. At least that’s how it seemed. Welcome to Rock Shot Bingo where it’s party first, bingo second.view
Reel Deals | It only seems fitting that we celebrate our military with Veterans Day this Friday. We start up north of Las Vegas in Mesquite. Honoring those who have served to protect American citizens Mesquite Gaming will honor our military with a complimentary buffet.view
Crazy for Keno | While present video keno does not offer do-it-yourself way tickets (except by carefully choosing the tickets on 20-card keno to do basically the same thing as way tickets would do) there are three types of way tickets that are popular in video keno.view
Crazy for Keno | Every one wants to get the best value for their keno dollar, and let’s face it, some places offer a better game than other places. There are many good options for player returns, amenities offered and limits available.view
The chairman and co-founder of FLC Group, billionaire Trinh Van Quyet says his company has received permission to build a $2 billion casino/resort in Vietnam. Permission was granted to the Hanoi-based firm by the northern provincial government of Quang Ninh.
Despite a Republican House majority in North Dakota, their leader’s plan to establish more casinos in the state was been defeated Thursday by a 63-28 vote. Fargo Rep. Al Carlson’s proposal would have authorized to up to six state-regulated casinos.
Canadian officials have unanimously passed an official motion asking the Ontario Lottery And Gaming Corporation (OLGC) to stop the current process for selecting a new service provider to run the day-to-day operations of two area casinos.
Steve Sarras, president of the West Virginia Kennel Owners Association, is warning West Virginia legislators that if the State Legislature eliminates the state’s Greyhound Breeding Development Fund to save $15 million, the industry won’t survive.
Michigan Sen. Mike Kowall, R-Oakland County, who is sponsoring legislation that would legalize online gaming in the state, is "cautiously optimistic" his proposal will pass muster in the state's Senate and House of Representatives and make it to Gov. Rick Snyder for signature.