Keno Players Needs to Understand the Mathematics of the Game

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One of the less taxing on the brain casino games players will always find available in any playing environment is of course the game of Keno.

There is nothing difficult about playing Keno games, for players simply need to choose how many numbers they want to try and correctly predict from the 20 that will be drawn out of the 80 possible numbers, and tap or click those numbers onto their Keno card.

Once a stake level is selected and a player taps or clicks one the play button, 20 numbers are then randomly selected, and dependent on whether a player matches a certain amount of those numbers a cash payout is then awarded to them.

However, when playing any Keno games the actual amount of numbers a player selects will have a direct effect on their long term winning chances, as every number grouping chosen will return a payout percentage over the long term.

Take for example when playing a standard Microgaming Keno game, when players select just one number the RTP of that bet is tiny and very unattractive at just 75%.

The RTP’s however do jump massively in value and when playing a 2, 3, 4 or 5 number bet the RTPs on those number groupings become 92.09%, 93.04%, 93.79%, 93.87% and 93.79% respectively.

That game however does also let players pick up to fifteen numbers per game, and as for just which is the best paying number grouping and one all players should be playing to take advantage of the much higher RTP, that is the 13 number grouping.

By selecting 13 numbers over their long term play playing can expect a payout percentage of 94.90% which is the highest paying number grouping available on Microgaming’s standard Keno game.

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