Among other casino games, Keno is well-liked first of all because it’s easy enough to find Free Keno in both land-based and online casinos. Free Keno is popular not only among those who are just starting playing Keno. This means Free Keno is good not just to be learned on. Free Keno has the same rules as non-free Keno. So if you come to know the particulars of Keno, you can come to know those and practice your Keno skills for free. Numerous ways to play Keno have been designed over the years. These ways concern Free Keno as well. What is called standard Keno for casinos these days is the variation sometimes referred to as 'race horse' or Nevada Keno. Overall they can be divided into six basic categories: Split Tickets, Way Tickets, Straight Tickets, King Tickets, Combination Tickets, Special Tickets. Here is the list of keno games that you can play as free keno.
A king ticket a kind of Free Keno game, where ticket has one number that is circled by itself. This number is referred to as the King and is used in combination with other groups of numbers on a ticket. King tickets are marked similarly to way and split tickets with the number of combinations played and the amount wagered per group displayed on the right hand side of the ticket.
Combination tickets allow players to combine groups of straight bets on one ticket in various ways with the player wagering one unit for each possible combination. Players can also combine straight bets and way bets on one ticket. The groups bet on a combination ticket should be clearly marked on the right hand side of the ticket.
Another Free Keno game. A split ticket is 2 or more straight tickets played on the same physical ticket. Each logical ticket consists of a group of numbers that are either circled, or separated by a line. Each game (group of numbers) must have its own unique numbers, and cannot share numbers with any other group.
First, determine how many spots you want to play. Most casinos allow you to choose 1 to 15 spots, and some even allow you to choose 20, 32 or 40 numbers on a straight ticket. You will normally want to play 4 to 8 numbers Free Keno. Below 4 spots, your payoff isn't worth the average 30% casino take. At 8 numbers, your odds are about 230,115 to 1. At 9 spots it jumps to 1.38 million to 1, and at 15 spots your odds of hitting all 15 are 428,010,179,098 to 1 (about 428 BILLION to 1).
The second and last decision is to determine how much to wager. Common straight tickets are $1.00, although some are 70 cents or lower. You can also play multiples of the base rate. For example, you could play a $1.00 ticket for $5.00, and your winnings will be multiplied by 5 times the $1.00 payout rate.
Because Way Free Keno tickets is a complicated Free Keno game, there are only two reasons to play a way ticket: the first is convenience: it is more convenient for some players you to mark multiple games on a single ticket; the second reason is fractional rates: some casinos will let you play for as little as 10 cents per way, instead of the usual $1.00 you would have to play on a straight ticket. The payouts on way tickets are the same as playing the same casino games in multiple tickets. If you find way tickets confusing and you are not interested in fractional rates - there is no reason to tackle way tickets.
Sometimes casinos among other casino games promote their special Free Keno games. They do it by offering special tickets. A special ticket must be played in a certain predetermined manner and pays off using a different pay schedule. This payout chart is usually marked on the special Free Keno ticket itself. Special tickets usually offer slightly better deals than other Free Keno tickets and are used to entice players