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Crazy for Keno | The 10-spot Megakeno Progressive is now over $2.2 million and rising. Cost is $1.50 per ticket and several casinos in Reno and Las Vegas offer this progressive. In Las Vegas the Plaza, El Cortez, and Excalibur use the better of the two pay tables for this progressive.view
Crazy for Keno | The 10-spot Megakeno stands at over $2.2 million. You can check on this and the other statewide Megakeno progressives at megakeno.com. Laughlin also has several live keno games. Of special interest is the Colorado Belle.view
Crazy for Keno | The Mega10 Megakeno Progressive 10-spot now stands at nearly $2.2 million and continues to rise. Except for the progressives, a 7-spot – especially in downtown Las Vegas – offers the greatest bank for your bet.view
Crazy for Keno | First of all, the Nevada Statewide MegaKeno 10-spot progressive is at $2,183,000 and rising. You can win it all for $1.50. Mark your ticket in groups such as 3-3-2-2, giving you a 10 (could be worth over $2M), two 8s, two 7s, a 6, and four 5s.view
Crazy for Keno | The Mega10 MegaKeno progressive is approaching $2.2 million. To play it requires $1.50 per game. We know the odds are about 8.9 million to 1 to catch all 10 numbers on a single straight ticket, but if you are willing to spend more using a way ticket you can substantially lower the odds.view
Crazy for Keno | Last week we discussed playing all the progressives, from 5 through 9 spots in MegaKeno. However, sometimes due to a more restricted gaming budget or a feeling that the progressive is not high enough for a particular number of spots, you may choose to play only for some but not all.view
Crazy for Keno | Treasure Island’s keno game has a lot going for it. First of all, the game is 100% nonsmoking as it is located within TI’s nonsmoking sportsbook. Thus during the season while you are watching 22 grown men fight over an egg, you can also conveniently play keno.view
In the Know | The latest renovation project at Palace Station features a brand new bingo hall that has distanced itself from the perception of the game. “Our goal is to appeal to a broader audience”, according to Palace Station’s general manager Scott Nelson.view
Crazy for Keno | Today we are going to check out a keno game in Las Vegas not covered before. The game is at Arizona Charlie’s just north of Decatur and Charleston with easy access by Decatur bus 103 or Charleston bus 206.view
Crazy for Keno | The MegaKeno statewide 10-spot progressive is well over $2.1 million starting the week and the More to the Meter 9-spot progressive at The Atlantis Casino in Reno is heading toward $1.5 million – a return of over 100% until it gets hit.view
Crazy for Keno | The Megakeno statewide progressive 10-spot is approaching $2.1 million and the Atlantis Casino in Reno’s 9-spot progressive is over $1.4 million.view
Tiger Woods delivered the perfect ending to his amazing return from four back surgeries on Sunday with a performance that felt like the old days. He left the competition feeling hopeless as he built a five-shot lead early and hung on to win the Tour Championship.
Overall casino revenue rose significantly in Mississippi in August and local bookmakers tell GamingToday that they believe it’s attributable to the roll out of sports betting in the state producing a large influx of gamblers from neighboring Louisiana.
Sara Slane, American Gaming Association Senior Vice President of Public Affairs, has been invited to testify at the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations’ hearing on sports betting Thursday.
Jack Evans, a District of Columbia city council member, has introduced a bill that would allow sports betting in the nation’s capitol. Washington, D.C. currently has no casinos but operates its own lottery.
Upon further review, a New Jersey man will get his full $82,000 payout on a disputed $110 sports bet.