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The stakes available in Keno are 20p, 50p, £1, £2 and £5.

Keno How to Play

How to Play

First you must select your coin size. The stakes available in Keno are 20p, 50p, £1, £2 and £5.

Choose up to 15 numbers from 1 to 80

20 Balls are drawn from a total of 80. If any of the selected balls are drawn, the corresponding ball is marked off. After 20 balls have been drawn, the player, if successful, is rewarded a payout corresponding to the the number of successful balls matched to the 20 balls drawn.

You can also choose to play out 5 or 10 games in a row.

Player Panel

Once you have selected your numbers, you will be given a number of choices.

By clicking play, you can either play 1 game, 5 games or 10 games in a row with the same numbers.

Quick pick will pick 10 numbers at random for you.

The clear button will clear your card allowing you to pick your numbers again.

Click the play button if you only wish to play one game of Keno after selecting your numbers.

Hit and Pays Table

The panel to the left of your screen shows you what payout you will receive for every one of the selected numbers you hit.

The panel to the right of your screen shows how many rounds you played on your last bet e.g. 1 play (1 round), 5 plays (5 rounds), or 10 plays (10 rounds). The hits column will show you how many of your selected numbers were hit in each round.

Chat

Enjoying Chat while playing Keno couldn’t be simpler. Just type a message in the box under the chat screen and press enter to get involved.

Every Chat is moderated by a host who is easily visible as everything they write is shown in red. They are there to answer any questions you may have during your game.

Once the game has been commenced (by pressing PLAY) the game cannot be discontinued.

This game is played over the Internet which is a communication medium that is known to be imperfect. Communications to or from your display device and the game servers may be lost or interrupted.

In the event of disconnection the records stored on the game server shall be the final authority in determining the terms of any wagers you place and the circumstances in which they were made

Malfunction voids all pays and play

Return To Player (RTP)

Return To Player (RTP): between 94.90%.
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £94.90 of wins.
This return is based on the player making the best choices.

Balls Chosen

RTP

1

75.00

2

92.09

3

93.04

4

93.79

5

93.87

6

93.79

7

94.15

8

92.90

9

93.43

10

94.54

11

93.10

12

94.22

13

94.90

14

94.27

15

94.39