|Posted: October 31, 2007, 5:46 pm - IP Logged|
Yukio, et al-
johnph is right to pose this procative question; generally speaking, all free play mode internet games are intiontially biased to induce or lure the unsuspecting to play for real money and then see what happens.
Additionally, it's been my experience that the Video Keno machines (King Keno), which are fast with some 20 cards & conveneint, can also quickly learn (nano seconds) your game number selections soon after hitting and can counter measure your game plan accordingly. Parlor keno with live balls can be agonizingly slow but more accurate, straightforward and less susceptible to potential casino manipulation.
Nor probable to beat the games by chance or by applying the casino's own negative
math or any orthodox methodology - we have to go outside the conventional casino box.
"If You Want to Walk on Water, You've Got to Get Out of the Boat."
Good Luck All,