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Keno


A- Objective

("Spots" refer to the numbers on the card, and "hit" refers to a spot that the player picked which matched a number drawn by the game)
The Keno card consists of 80 numbers.
The player gets to select up to 10 numbers on the card.
During the game, the game will call 20 random numbers.
The objective for the player being to match as many of their selected spots to the numbers being called during the game.
The number of hits will be highlighted and a payout will be rewarded based on the specific paytable.
Payouts are explained in section D- Payouts, below.

 


Keno - Dino Keno 


 

B- Game Rules
The game starts by allowing the player to choose up to 10 spots on the card.
The game will start playing after the player has selected his/her spots and pressed the PLAY button. The Keno machine will then call 20 random numbers without repetition. As the numbers gets called they get marked off on the card, hits are marked with a "tick" and wrong spots are marked with a "x".

C- Game Play
The player selects spots on the card by clicking the spot on the actual card, thus if the player wanted numbers 3, 5 and 10 selected he/she will click on number 3, 5 and 10.
If the player wants to deselect specific numbers he/she has to click on the specific spots to be deselected. Thus if the player selected numbers 3, 5 and 10, but want to deselect number 5, he/she will click on number 5 again to deselect it.
Pressing the "Clear" button will result in all spots being deselected.
Pressing the "Redo" button will select the same spots as the previous game played.
Increasing or decreasing your coin size, increases or decreases your bet.
Min Coin Size = 25p and Max Coin Size = £2
Thus, Min bet 25p and Max bet is £2

Keno - Dino Keno

D- Payouts
The payout is calculated after all 20 numbers were called. The payout table used is determined by the number of spots selected by the player in the beginning of the game and the number of hits the player gets in the game. The more spots a player selects the more the maximum payout becomes for getting all hits correct. For less hits, the payouts become less. Thus each seperate game's payouts will be different depending on the number of spots selected at the beginning of the game.
The maximum payout for the game is set to £20,000.00.

 

E-Payout table

Spots Selected
Hits
Payout
Return to player
1
1
3.00
75%
2
1
1.00
2
5.00
68%
3
1
0.00
2
3.00
3
25.00
76.3%
4
1
0.00
2
1.00
3
5.00
4
80.00
67.4%
5
1
0.00
2
0.00
3
2.00
4
10.00
5
600.00
67.6%
6
1
0.00
2
0.00
3
1.00
4
8.00
5
50.00
6
1500.00
70.6%
7
1
0.00
2
0.00
3
0.00
4
5.00
5
15.00
6
250.00
7
5000.00
69.6%
8
1
0.00
2
0.00
3
0.00
4
4.00
5
8.00
6
40.00
7
400.00
8
10 000.00
67.5%
9
1
0.00
2
0.00
3
0.00
4
2.00
5
5.00
6
40.00
7
100.00
8
1200.00
9
10 000.00
72.6%
10
1
0.00
2
0.00
3
0.00
4
0.00
5
2.00
6
30.00
7
100.00
8
500.00
9
3000.00
10
10 000.00
69.6%

To calculate the final payout you need to multiply the entry in the payout table with the price selected.
For Example:
Number of spots selected = 10
Price selected = 1.00
Player has 6 hits
Thus final payout = Price x Payout = 1.00 x 30.00 = £30.00
The average percentage return to player for this game is 70.4%

  • Impact of Disconnection
    If the client gets disconnected before he clicked the PLAY button, the game will be canceled. If the connection is lost while the game is in progress, it will be completed for the user.

  • Malfunction
    Malfunction Voids All Pays and Play.

Average return to player for 1 spot= 75%
Average return to player for 2 spots= 68%
Average return to player for 3 spots= 76.3%
Average return to player for 4 spots= 67.4%
Average return to player for 5 spots= 67.6%
Average return to player for 6 spots= 70.6%
Average return to player for 7 spots= 69.6%
Average return to player for 8 spots= 67.5%
Average return to player for 9 spots= 72.6%
Average return to player for 10 spots= 69.6%