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Jan 10th, 2008 02:36
Joseph Martin, http://www.chiefcyberpicks.com,
Keno is a unique and easy game that`s very similar to playing your local lottery. Each player receives a ticket (the Keno board) with a total of 80 numbers on it, and the object of the game is to predict as many of the 20 numbers that are selected each round as possible. The computer, incidentally, selects these numbers randomly, and the player can choose to bet on anywhere between 1 and 10 numbers that he or she believes will come up. When a player`s number matches a number chosen at random by the computer, it`s called a "Hit." The payoff in a game of Keno depends on whether you choose "Bet $1," "Bet $3," or "Bet $5." (The maximum bet in most online casinos is $5). Other important determining factors include: how many numbers you select each game (between 1 and 10) and, of course, how many of these numbers become "Hits." You begin a game by designating the numbers you want on the Keno board. You are usually given the option to have the computer choose a random 10 numbers for you, if you prefer. This should be a button labeled "Automatic Deal 10 Numbers." When you have selected a number, it turns green. If you want to deselect a number, just click on it again. You`ll see your potential payoff in one corner of the screen as you choose your numbers. For more detail about keno rules Click on the following links: http://www.skillgamesportal.com http://www.skillgamesearch.com http://www.onlinepokerreviewdirectory.com http://www.pokerstarsnetwork.com http://www.chiefbrand.com http://www.chiefcyberpicks.com http://www.onlinebingoreviewdirectory.com http://www.onlinecasinoreviewdirectory.com http://www.skillgameschief.com http://www.skillgamesdirectory.com