Try these random numbers for fun

May 9, 2005 12:45 AM

A lot of keno players like to come up with some crazy new tickets, but they might find themselves in California or Michigan or some such place that has no keno game immediately handy. (Horrors!)

Below is a well-constructed chart of pseudo-random numbers that will allow you to play 50 games of keno right where you sit, and test that new ticket!

Although the chart is arranged for convenience in rows of 20 numbers, the chart is so constructed that no 20 consecutive numbers contain any repeaters. Therefore, for purposes of simulating a keno game, you can start anywhere on the chart as long as you use consecutive numbers for your simulated games.

For instance, you might start in the third row with number 76 and your game would end with number 64 on the fourth row. The next game would then start with number 1 on the fourth row and so forth.

These kinds of charts have long been on the market for craps, 21, and roulette players, so it’s about time the keno players have one. This one is free!

Have fun!

Well, that’s it for now. Good luck! I’ll see you in line!