Pesach Kremen is a former UNLV Masters Gaming student, has won and placed in multiple local keno tournaments, and has written several academic papers on keno.
Crazy for Keno | The Megakeno 10-spot is at $2,359,000 and rising and the 9-spot is closing in on $300,000. Let’s see how we can write a ticket to try for both of these progressives. Some Megakeno casinos will allow you to do this on a way ticket at $1.50 per way.view
Crazy for Keno | Little has been written on tickets greater than 10 spots due to the very long odds of hitting a solid catch for more than 10 numbers. However; on tickets of 11 numbers or more most of the money paid out is for hits on less than all the spots.view
Crazy for Keno | For those new to keno, a way ticket is a way of putting multiple tickets on the same ticket through groups of numbers that are combined, played by themselves or both to form multiple “ways” to play the game.view
Crazy for Keno | The attached picture shows a $50,000-plus winning way ticket from the El Cortez in downtown. It is an example of a combination ticket used to good advantage. A combination ticket is where multiple rates are used on a way ticket.view
Crazy for Keno | The answer to the question “Which is the best ticket to play” is obvious. It is the ticket that wins for you. Short of doing the mathematical calculation for each ticket, how can you tell which ticket is the best one to play?view