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And at just a dime a way, it’s only $5

Well you might ask, “Why play a 50-way-10?” First of all, thanks for asking!

Ten-spots are really playable tickets, and they were once by far the most popular keno ticket played. Though it is difficult to hit a solid 10 it is not impossible and hits from 7, 8 and 9 out of 10 pay pretty well.

Way 10s also provide a decent frequency of wins especially when you have lots of them on your ticket. At a dime a way, a 50-way-10 will cost 5 bucks per race, well within the budget of a lot of keno players.

The first 50-way-10 we have is marked with 15-spots, and it also has a 50-way -5 if you choose to play it. This is the smallest number of spots you can use to make a 50-way-10 so I include it here for curiosity’s sake but I probably wouldn’t play it myself. Generally speaking tickets like these have better results the more numbers you play.

A $5 ticket (or $10 if you play 20¢ a way) is a ticket that will also fit nicely in most keno tournament strategies as. Don’t rule out the 10-spot as a decent tournament ticket!

The next two tickets are “twins” of a sort – one has 17-spots, with four threes and five kings, while the second ticket has 19-spots, and you can morph it from the 17-spot by adding 2-spots to one of the kings. Either ticket is playable, but I really like the 19-spot and I might play the 50-way-9 also if my bankroll allows.




Just for fun here is a 20-spot with a 50-way-11, 50-way-10 and 50-way-9 for your pleasure. Enjoy:

Well that’s it for this week, good luck! I’ll see you in line!

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