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KENO KIDS' Keno Korner

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Posted: October 12, 2005, 8:30 pm - IP Logged

Hey all you KENO KIDS,

I noticed that in NY they have 8 different sets of balls they rotate when the Keno balls (numbers) are selected.

1- What strategies do YOU kids play to "combat" these different ball sets?

2- In the next 36 months (and you heard it HERE first), look for a National KENO Game for most of the states to roll out.

3- Keno is such an EXCITING game-- who needs Power Rip and Mega Rip-- so why are only THREE freaking states having it?  Did the casinos pay off the other 47 states? 

Anybody for a Congressional Inquiry? :-)

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    Posted: October 12, 2005, 9:20 pm - IP Logged

    Keno's a nice game.  I enjoy watching the results on Michigan, Washington and NY, but Quebec and Atlantic Canada also have them and the results are fun to watch.  I join you in wishing all states had it.

    If not all states, then at least mine.

    Jack

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      Posted: October 12, 2005, 9:49 pm - IP Logged

      Ontario's nice, too.  If you're correct and they adopt one in the US as a multi-state game I hope it goes up to 80.  Those are the most fun by a long shot, though a game as large as you're talking about could do a hundred numbers and still make a lot of friends.

      Jack

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      It's about number behavior.

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        Posted: October 13, 2005, 1:28 am - IP Logged

        Three states hold daily draw Keno games - MI, NY and WA. MI and NY restrict the game to 10-spot only. In addition, several states host video Keno - CA, DC, GA, KS, MD, MA, MI, MO, NY, OR, RI and WV. Also, larger cities in NE have video Keno. MI's daily drawing game is based on a 22/80 matrix, all others are 20/80. The game is nationwide in Canada - the eastern provinces and regions work with a 20/70 matrix, west of Ontario the provinces opt for a 20/80 matrix.

        My guess as to why more jurisdictions don't host Keno is the wide variety of betting options available in the game. Even the video games don't touch on the way and king options available in casinos. Is the game too complicated for the average bettor, who is more than likely to quick-pick a lottery ticket? Possibly the demand for the game is so limited as to preclude the jurisdictions from offering it to the public. Certainly in this age of computerization there wouldn't be a problem in the operation of Keno.

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          Posted: October 13, 2005, 11:21 am - IP Logged

          the next step is someone to talk about ways to try and beat keno with their own strategies and suggestions. C'mon folks I know there are secrets that people use such as my own to play no more than a 5 of 20 which will pay $450.00. Anything beyond that the odds rise too much against hitting. Any other ideas to help the keno players? Thanks

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            Posted: October 13, 2005, 2:13 pm - IP Logged

            the next step is someone to talk about ways to try and beat keno with their own strategies and suggestions. C'mon folks I know there are secrets that people use such as my own to play no more than a 5 of 20 which will pay $450.00. Anything beyond that the odds rise too much against hitting. Any other ideas to help the keno players? Thanks

            retxx:

            One way that works sometimes is to use your Premium Search features.

            Say you were playing Atlantic Canada Keno on October 9.

            Keno AtlanticSun, 10/9/2005 01-06-09-13-14-16-19-29-31-33-34-38-41-47-52-54-57-58-61-65

            You search all the numbers you can get into the boxes, maybe 10, on another Keno game, say, Michigan, all available history.  The first one that comes up, as many as you can match:

            Thu, Michigan Keno Sep 14, 2000  02-03-05-07-08-15-17-21-22-25-32-33-35-46-51-60-64-68-69-70-74-76

            This is the draw immediately following the match draw.

            Atlantic Canada on the 10th draw looks like this:

            Keno AtlanticMon, 10/10/2005  02-03-04-07-09-12-14-17-18-19-23-27-37-41-43-46-49-56-63-66

            Hope this helps.

            Jack

             

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            It's about number behavior.

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              Posted: October 13, 2005, 2:32 pm - IP Logged

              I neglected to mention you'd need the Premium Member Search Feature to do this, however.  Cost's about $5 per month.

              But if you'd done an additional search on the higher end of the ATCAN October 9 draw you'd get:

              Thu, Aug 13, 1998 Michigan Keno 05-09-34-35-37-38-39-40-41-47-50-51-52-54-55-57-58-65-68-72-73-77

              Next draw being:

              Fri, Aug 14, 1998 02-04-06-11-14-24-32-33-37-38-40-41-44-45-48-53-56-64-66-74-75-76

              Keno AtlanticMon, 10/10/2005  02-03-04-07-09-12-14-17-18-19-23-27-37-41-43-46-49-56-63-66

              Count'em, amigo, and figure out whether you need a Premium Membership.

              Jack

              Absorb the good, ignore the bad, weigh the ugly.

              It's about number behavior.

              Egos don't count.

               

              Dedicated to the memory of Big Loooser

               

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                Posted: October 13, 2005, 3:21 pm - IP Logged

                Here's another example for the same ATCAN draw, but with the search in NY Pick 10:

                NY Lotto
                Search ATCAN Keno numbers drawn:
                10/9/2005 01-06-09-13-14-16-19-29-31-33- 34-38-41-47-52-54-57-58-61-65
                NY Lotto Match 7:
                Fri, Jun 10, 2005 01-06-09-12-13-16-17-19-29-32-34-49-55-58-60-64-69-70-73-80
                Next draw:
                Sat, Jun 11, 2005 02-04-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-22-28-32-35-51-58-63-69-70-74-77

                Keno AtlanticMon, 10/10/2005  02-03-04-07-09-12-14-17-18-19-23-27-37-41-43-46-49-56-63-66

                Which looks middling good for one search.

                Jack

                Absorb the good, ignore the bad, weigh the ugly.

                It's about number behavior.

                Egos don't count.

                 

                Dedicated to the memory of Big Loooser

                 

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                  Posted: October 13, 2005, 3:44 pm - IP Logged

                  But maybe you play NY Pick 10.

                  Pick 10Sun, 10/9/2005 02-12-14-18-26-32-34-42-43-45-48-51-53-61-62-67-70-74-75-77

                  You go to, say, Michigan Keno, search all 20 of those numbers on two lines.  You find you can only match 5 numbers, but there are a lot of draws where five match, with these as the first two:

                  Michigan

                  Thu, Mar 3, 2005 05-06-12-14-15-18-20-27-34-43-49-54-56-57-59-61-62-64-68-69-73-75

                  Wed, Nov 10, 2004 01-02-03-12-13-17-19-32-34-42-46-47-52-56-57-59-61-69-71-72-78-80

                  Next two draws:

                  Fri, Mar 4, 2005 02-04-14-15-20-24-27-29-30-31-34-42-43-44-48-51-59-65-66-67-70-80

                  Thu, Nov 11, 2004 03-05-08-09-11-13-15-16-20-21-29-36-40-44-47-48-51-56-65-70-71-78

                  NY Pick 10 the following day:

                  Pick 10Mon, 10/10/2005 05-18-20-21-33-36-37-45-48-50-54-60-63-64-66-67-69-74-76-79

                  The more searches you do the more overlap you'll tend to see.

                  Give it a try on paper for a while. 

                  Jack

                  Absorb the good, ignore the bad, weigh the ugly.

                  It's about number behavior.

                  Egos don't count.

                   

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                    Posted: October 13, 2005, 10:19 pm - IP Logged

                    According to the adv+ software I use, the NY Keno game has an average of 8.8 adjacent #s per game and about 5 repeat numbers per game.  But new york rotates different ball sets.  Yet I think it's interesting info.

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                      Posted: October 13, 2005, 10:47 pm - IP Logged

                      thanks rip but how would I apply that to Mass. keno which runs every 4 minutes here. I usually bring up 40 games on my screen which is the most it holds and try to see repeat numbers in those games and then bring up the next 40 set to find some connection from repeats and then come up with a set of 5 max to play. Any suggestion for improving my pics that way? thanks

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                        Posted: October 13, 2005, 11:06 pm - IP Logged

                        retxx:

                        Ran through the method and put up a couple of Keno predictions... WA, MI and NY.  If they don't hit tomorrow and didn't hit today I'd say the method was unsuccessful in any case.  I haven't looked.

                        However, prolly ain't worth you checking anyway if you can't do it from there as a practical matter.

                        Good luck,

                        Jack

                        Absorb the good, ignore the bad, weigh the ugly.

                        It's about number behavior.

                        Egos don't count.

                         

                        Dedicated to the memory of Big Loooser