|Posted: March 10, 2012, 5:02 am - IP Logged|
As is the product of 222 and 3.
I played roulette a few times when I was a dealer. My game was the 6+reserve/42 lotto in Belgium, that could be played for 50 eurocents, but by two combinations minimum.
They made a 6+reserve/45 of it, and ask now 1 euro for a combination. So, I dropped out. They tried to make it more attractive by introducting full key wheel systems, but that doesn't change the odds of the game itself. They even introduced a ten number wheel for 5 or 10 euro, I believe. I can play online with no fee to pay.
I still play some keno, 2-10/20/70, but the payouts are less than in Canada. I'd like to bet on one number sometimes, but it is not possible. Correct key numbers are a way to beat a bad payout, but in Keno you would need 4 correct key numbers.