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What's this "red game" and "green game" I see some places?
Explain the "red game" and "green game" ?
Whow can I play "red game and "green game"?

Dec 25th, 2007 20:51
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Some casinos will run multiple games to entice players to wager more.
You mark your ticket and tell the dealer to enter it in the "red game",
"green game" or both. Basically it's a way to increase action (wagering)
without having to increase floorspace and staff correspondingly. There
are two separate sets of balls and two keno boards, but only one keno
lounge and set of dealers. The casino figures you won't want to just
play one of the games because you "know" if you play just the "red game"
your numbers will come up only on the "green game". So players tend to
bet on both games, increasing the house's take. Mathematically there's
nothing special about playing both games, though sometimes casinos offer
prizes for hitting on both games. You can calculate the odds of hitting
on both games by multiplying combinations that pay off. For example, the
chance of catching 4 out of 6 is 0.02854, so the chance of catching 4
out of 6 in 2 simultaneous games is 0.02854 x 0.02854 ~= 0.0008 or 1 in
1228.
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