Keno, like many casino games, has what is known as a static house edge. One which cannot be altered by skill level in order to offer better winning odds. Though you have a choice between casino keno, online or the slot machine sibling, video keno, attaining a low house edge is not easy to come across. People prefer to play for the possability of a particularly profitable payout. However, there are a few keno tips worth reading regardless of where or which of the games you're playing.
As straightforward as keno is, it still requires some concentration and effort. Keeping your mind on the game can sometimes be a challenging task. Because there is so much going on at a casino losing track of the game is a very easy route to take. So, when playing keno - it's all or nothing!
One of the most important keno tips that I can give you is to pay close attention to the game. Since the prizes can only be claimed before the next game starts, and in many casinos that would only be about 5 minutes, making sure that the correct numbers are marked off and that none are omitted is your way to the riches, given of course that you have picked the right numbers. When you've paid for your ticket, keeping a close eye on the numbers can only work to your best interest, especially in cases where you have spent a large amount of money, which brings me to the next in my list of keno tips.
When gambling, despite the game you've chosen to play, keeping an eye on your bankroll is also very important. With all that the games have to offer and the distractions that are part of the casinos, many lose track of how much they're spending, which can lead to financial problems. The best of all tips when it comes to money management, is to work out exactly how much you're willing to spend and not to go above that limit. Gambling is very amusing, but just like anything else, has to be done in moderation.
Quick Keno Tips
- Just because a number hasn't come up in a draw, doesn't mean that it's more likely to come up in the next. No particular number is more probable to come up than another; they're all in the same container and thus, have the same odds of being drawn.
- There is no certain combination of numbers that is more likely to win.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 is just as likely to come up as 6, 39, 24, 80, 44. The first combination is just as unique as the second even though the first seems to be more special because the numbers are in sequence we are used to.
- When playing online or video keno, get a feel of the game first. It's virtually impossible to simulate true randomness electronically. Because the computer uses different algorithms to imitate a random draw, playing your numbers in patterns instead of spreading them out all over can sometimes work to your advantage.
Keeping the tips I've listed above, try a free game.