Crazy for Keno | The Las Vegas Club in downtown Las Vegas has a video keno progressive that, as of this writing, is $96,000-plus. There are just two machines and four nickels are required to be eligible for the progressive jackpot.
Crazy for Keno | While keno is a random game, to say no skill is involved is simply not true. While there is no skill required in number selection there is skill in knowing how to figure and use house percentage to your benefit.
Crazy for Keno | We all like diversity (unless you are at the extreme right politically) and in Keno the opportunity is there. You can play different rates and specials on one ticket if you desire. Thus, let’s have some fun.
Crazy for Keno | See how easy it is to become an expert in keno by using this formula. Yes, once you know how to figure and write ways you have become an expert keno player. This will also help you figure your tickets for tournament play as well.
Crazy for Keno | There are many ways to do ways on way tickets (pun is deliberate) but a simple method that will always work is: Take the number of spots in the way you want and divide the number of spots in each group to get the same total.
Crazy for Keno | The beauty of 7-way keno is you can play a single coin (with no penalty for playing less than max coin as all wins are proportional to the number of coins played) and thus all 7 ways will set you back only 35 cents per game if played for nickels.
Crazy for Keno | The pay tables at GVR are the same as other Station properties and they have Mega 10 in addition to their Jumbo progressives for 6 through 9 spots. The jackpots for the jumbos range from $2,500 to $60,000 minimum.
Crazy for Keno | Since your meal is the primary reason you are eating, let’s explore tickets that have easy returns with greater frequency to give you some excitement playing them while waiting for your food..
Crazy for Keno | This column will use an approach that will give you the best chance of going home with a decent amount of your buy-in while still having a chance to win it all. One should not play in a tournament unless they can afford to lose the entire buy-in.
Crazy for Keno | For purposes of today’s column I will use a casino that makes this possible – the El Cortez in downtown Las Vegas. Their game is open 24/7 and they have about seven different pay rates.
While New Hampshire lawmakers consider expanding gambling to include one or more casinos, a separate bill that would allow electronic Keno games to be played in bars and restaurants that serve alcohol will be considered.
Crazy for Keno | Keno players are always looking for the largest win for the smallest possible investment. The problem is if you want to win big you have to either play the longer odds tickets (great number of spots) or play more on the shorter odds tickets.
Crazy for Keno | Many casinos have progressives for some of their keno. The jackpot goes up until it is hit. But one casino stands out. In the “More to the Meter” progressive at The Atlantis in Reno 50 cents of each ticket purchased goes in to the progressive pot.
Crazy For Keno | Ten-spot wins are very rare, but they have happened from time to time. Nine spots are a little better but still very long odds at over a million to 1. Thus, except as part of a way ticket, many authors and this columnist suggest playing eight spots or less.
One lucky player will also win a Chrysler 300 this month. The top five drawing entry earners from Feb. 1-28 will receive an automatic spot in the drawing and $500 in free slot play. Top prize wins a new Chrysler 300. The drawing will be held Sunday, Feb. 28 at 7:15 p.m.