InterCasino Progressive Video Keno is
played and programmed according to Atlantic City
Authority: New Jersey Casino
Rule Exceptions: None
The objective of
Keno is to guess which numbers, between 1 and 80,
will be randomly selected by the Keno machine.
Each time the game is played, the player chooses
between one and ten numbers (between 1 and 80) and
the wagering amount.
The Keno machine
indicating the winning numbers will then randomly
select 20 numbers. The objective is to match as
many numbers as possible. The number of matches
will be highlighted and a possible payout will be
rewarded based on the number of matches.
How to Play:
depositing money into the Keno machine. To do
this, you must select a bill type ($5, $10, $20,
$50, $100) from the panel at the top right hand
corner of the Keno screen. You can toggle through
the different bill types by clicking on the panel.
Once you have made your selection, deposit the
bill into the Keno machine by clicking on the bill
deposit area. The amount of coins within the Keno
machine is based on the amount deposited and the
coin denomination. The number of coins is shown in
the Credit field on the left-hand side of the Keno
machine. The coin denomination is set at $0.25.
Then, place a bet using the BET ONE or BET
MAX buttons. If the BET ONE button is selected, 1
coin will be bet per game while the BET MAX button
allows for 4 coins to be bet per game.
Intermediate amounts (e.g. $0.50 and $0.75
per game) can be selected by pressing the BET ONE
button multiple times.
Once the bet amount
has been selected, choose between one and ten
numbers you believe will be randomly selected by
the Keno machine. To do this, simply click on the
desired number in the Keno number grid. A number
may be unselected by clicking on the same number
again. Once you have chosen between one and ten numbers, you now select how many games you would
like to play consecutively with those selected
numbers using the PLAY ONE, PLAY FIVE, or PLAY TEN
buttons. The PLAY ONE option plays the game once,
PLAY FIVE plays the game five times, and PLAY TEN
plays the game ten times consecutively.
Selecting either the PLAY ONE, PLAY FIVE,
or PLAY TEN buttons starts the game. The random
numbers are shown by a Keno ball landing in the
space of a particular number. Any matches with the
player's selections are shown in a flashing bright
yellow. The payoffs are dependent on the total
numbers selected by the player and the total
number of matches. The chart below shows the odds
based on the number of player choices and the
number of matches:
The top payout on a progressive
jackpot machine is not fixed as in regular keno
machines. The Jackpot value starts at $50,000 and
grows each time somebody makes a bet.
order to win the Progressive Jackpot you must
select ten numbers and match all ten numbers.
You may win a share of the Progressive
Jackpot for successfully matching a smaller set of
numbers. For example, if you select nine numbers
and successfully match all nine numbers you will
win 25% of the Progressive Jackpot. If you select
eight numbers and successfully match all eight
numbers you will be entitled to 10% of the
Progressive Jackpot. The current value of the
Progressive Jackpot is displayed in the top left
corner of the machine. Unlike regular Keno,
Progressive Video Keno operates on a fixed
denomination of $0.25.
||25% of Progressive
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Based on the
amount of numbers and the number of coins you
select, the possible payouts from the above chart
are shown near the top of the Keno machine in the
"Hit" and "Ticket Pays" fields.
$0.25 per coin minimum.
Maximum 4 coins.
You may turn on/off the Sound, Voice and Animation during the
game by clicking on the Options button located in
the lower left-hand area of the console. The
setting is turned on when the checkbox is checked
and it is turned off when the checkbox is
unchecked. You must exit and re-enter the game to
activate the Animation feature.
information on keno, please consult the following
Allen, J. Edward. The
Basics of Winning Keno, Cardoza Pub., 1997.
Cowles, David W. Complete Guide to
Winning Keno, Cardoza Pub., 1996.
Tamburin, Henry. Reference Guide to
Casino Gambling, Research Services Unlimited,
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