Crazy for Keno | One cannot expect the casinos to give the keno players the advantage because if the casino does not make a profit from a game your favorite game will disappear.
Crazy for Keno | Here is an interesting ticket, for both tournament and regular play. It has good potential for a substantial win as well as some decent returns on lesser hits. Mark 10 numbers; it is up to you which 10 as all combinations are equally likely.
Crazy for Keno | Want to spend a last minute weekend in Vegas? Play at the El Cortez tournament June 12-14. Want to spend a few days during the middle of the week? Play at The Orleans, June 17-19.
Pokin' Around | I do a lot of switching between bonus poker, double double bonus, deuces wild and shockwave, but find the most reasonable game to play, economically, is Caveman Keno.
Crazy for Keno | Almost all of the MGM properties, with very fine casinos and hotels, do not have a live Keno Game (the notable exception being Excalibur with a very well run game).
Crazy for Keno | You have arrived at your Tournament destination, have checked in to the hotel, unpacked, used the head, and are “tournament ready.” If you received a tournament packet or envelope, now would be a great time to open it.
Crazy for Keno | There are players who worship percentages, and even in Keno want to play the lowest-house-edge tickets. This is an excellent long-run strategy.
Crazy for Keno | This week’s column starts on a very sad note. Bobby Dean, long-time keno manager at Palace Station, passed away recently at age 69 of a heart attack. Let's do a great keno strategy column for him.
Crazy for Keno | Today we shall discuss tourney tickets for those who would prefer the big score rather than be concerned with getting something back for their tournament investment.
Crazy for Keno | With four tournaments coming up in Downtown Las Vegas let’s focus on some tickets that give the player a chance at hitting it big and placing in the tournament(s), as well as getting something back even if the big hit is missed.
Crazy for Keno | If you play the board game of Monopoly you will notice a major increase in rent received when you build a third house. This is often true in Keno as well. Take the Pop 80 rate where a 6-out-of-6 pays $2,000.
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.
The Luxor poker room will host its next Preferred Player’s Poker Tournament, open to all players as a player appreciation event, on Satturday, May 7 at 2 p.m. The buy-in is $100 for 10,000 starting chips and the level length is 30 minutes.
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