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How to Play Keno in Las Vegas

 

How to Play KenoThe term "keno" comes from French word, "quine" (pronounced "keen"), meaning "five winning numbers." On any Keno game you can pick from 1 to 20 numbers and mark them on a keno ticket of 80 numbers (see below).

 

The player then takes the card to a keno writer and places a bet that the numbers selected will be among the 20 drawn in the next game.

 

After the 20 numbers are draw at random, winning tickets are paid according to a table that varies from casino to casino.

 

The player is paid out against his original wager based on how many numbers match the ones he marked on his ticket. For example, a four-spot ticket with $1 wagered might return the $1 if two numbers hit, bring $5 if three numbers hit, and pay $120 if all four come in. But in another casino, the three-number hit might pay $6 and all four $125, and in another the payoffs might be $5 and $110. Because of the variation, no payback percentage is common enough to be called average. Paybacks range from below 70 percent to more than 80 percent.

 

How to play Keno
  1. Mark an "X" over the numbers you wish to play.
  2. Amount of numbers chosen.
  3. Price per game.
  4. Number of games to be played (1 to 999).
  5. Total price of ticket.
  6. Players Club number. Members.

 

Things you should know about Keno

      1. Never forget to claim your prize immediately after each game.
      2. Keno by far is the worst game, odds wise, of any casino games, House retains 28%. (check the house advantage here)
Note: Gaming regulations stipulate that winnings must be collected on any ticket prior to the start of the next game. If you fail to do this, you forfeit any winnings.

 

Be Warned:

This website encourages you to play responsibly by betting within your limits and by recognizing that over time the house will come out ahead.

House Advantage Explained >>

 

Nevada State Gaming Rules

 

The minimum age for gambling in Nevada is 21 and the law is strictly enforced. Casinos can be fined heavily by the state or have their license revoked for allowing anyone under 21 to gamble or loiter in gaming areas.

 

Adults cannot play slot machines with kids looking over their shoulder, nor can they park infants in strollers besides slot machines or gaming tables.

 

Security guards will inform violators of the state law one time and escort them from the premises for repeatedly ignoring warnings.

 

 

 

Responsible Gaming

 

This website encourages you to play responsibly by betting within your limits and by recognizing that over time the house will come out ahead.

To view a full copy of the American Gaming Association Code of Conduct for Responsible Gaming, visit the AGA website at www.americangaming.org.

If you wish to view the AGA’s win-loss brochure, “The Guide to House Advantage”, visit www.americangaming.org

 

Copies of the brochure “When the Fun Stops – Understanding Compulsive Gambling” are available at most Casino Cages, and Players Club Desk.

 

Warning Signs of Problem Gaming:

  • Gambling to escape worry
  • Gambling to get money to solve financial difficulties
  • Feeling unable to stop playing, regardless of winning or losing
  • Often gambling until your last dollar is gone
  • Neglecting your family because of gambling

If you feel you need help, please call the following 24-hour confidential national hotline:

Nevada Council on Problem Gambling 1-800-522-4700

 

http://www.lasvegas-how-to.com

 

 

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Las Vegas Gambling Phrases and the meaning


All in - When a player bets all of his or her chips.
Comps - Free complimentary rooms, buffet passes, show tickets, and so on, given to frequent gamblers.
House Edge - The statistical advantage that the casino maintains over the player.
One-armed bandit - A slot machine.
Pit Boss - A table games supervisor on the casino floor.
Cage - Where casino cashiers exchange chips for money.
High Roller - A gambler who wagers large amounts of money.
Eye in the sky - A casino’s high-tech camera surveillance network.
Let it ride - To roll over your winnings into another bet.

Loose slots - Slot machines with above-average pay outs.
Tapped out - Broke, out of money.

Toke - A tip or gratuity (short for “token”).
RFB - Room, food, and beverage comps.



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Learn to play casino games

 

Learn to play casino games by clicking on the links below. Each link tells you a little about the game, the rules and gives you an online video on the game in action. Hope you enjoy them.

 

Learn to playBlackjack

Learn to play Roulette

Learn to play Craps

Learn to play Slots

How to Play Texas Hold Em

How to Play Baccarat

 

Las Vegas Poker

 

Las Vegas Players Club Card List

Total Rewards Card

MGM Mirage Players Club Card

Station Casinos Boarding Pass

Wild Card Players Club Card

Wynn Red Card

Club Grazie

Club Coast