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# Keno method and strategies

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Athens
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riscknight,

how many white swans must pass by in front of you in order to understand that a swan has a white colour?

None, actually...

Good Luck with Keno.

6/49 dis(assembly)

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I play the keno in Canada. it is choosing up to 10 numbers out of 70, not 80 as they do in United states.

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Let's stop joking for a minute.

Kenos 20/70 pick 2 payouts vary from one country to another. Locally you get 6,5 EUR for 1 EUR. In Ontario you get 7 CAD for 1 CAD. In Germany you used to get around 4,5 EUR for 1 EUR. Shame exposed, Germany pays now lousy 6 EUR for the couple.

We used to have 20/80 and few people played it.

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Let's stop joking for a minute.

Kenos 20/70 pick 2 payouts vary from one country to another. Locally you get 6,5 EUR for 1 EUR. In Ontario you get 7 CAD for 1 CAD. In Germany you used to get around 4,5 EUR for 1 EUR. Shame exposed, Germany pays now lousy 6 EUR for the couple.

We used to have 20/80 and few people played it.

SergeM, so what? Anyone has to play with the odds of their own country.

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SergeM, so what? Anyone has to play with the odds of their own country.

If you pull in mathematics to the statistics with the payouts you are getting somewhere for making decisions.
So you do not only play with your odds in your country but also with the payouts and the history of the game.
In order to get a view of what decision to take, you just might look over the border of your country or state.
You also can refuse to play.

"It is your right not to play." - The dealer.

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If you pull in mathematics to the statistics with the payouts you are getting somewhere for making decisions.
So you do not only play with your odds in your country but also with the payouts and the history of the game.
In order to get a view of what decision to take, you just might look over the border of your country or state.
You also can refuse to play.

"It is your right not to play." - The dealer.

"You also can refuse to play."

SergeM,

True, true, true...

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Serge,

RANDOM PICK 10's

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Numero Uno

I could pump it up to over 30% by playing the All or Nothing alone when things go right.

 6 SergeM 23.37% 4,158 972

The 18% stand for different types of games. That includes Keno, All Or Nothing and other.
You have to ask Todd for this.

I tried one of my randomize quick picks homemade for a while and it also paid prices.
The condition is to use the correct settings.

For Keno I don't do the workouts to win a simulation, if I do that, then I play for real cash.

Random is a function in programming delivering a number between 0 and <1.
You have it in Excel or other programs.

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what's next

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what's next

Statistical mathematics?

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Chart - Hit Frequency and Rank

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Statistical mathematics?

 SUN 11/10/13 MON 11/25/13 Total draws in selected range 16

i went 10th-25th

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 SUN 11/10/13 MON 11/25/13 Total draws in selected range 16

i went 10th-25th

25th-10th=16-x?

Find x!

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