Keno Strategy


Okay, here's a great question - can you actually employ a strategy that is going to improve your chances of winning at keno? You don't know how we'd like to tell you that there was indeed a winning formula; a magic pill. But there really isn't anything like it.

That having been said, any far-flung strategy is as good as the next. And maybe that's the good news for you if you want to go out and purchase some keno "lucky numbers." if you want to stick with them, that's up to you. If you are looking for some proactive things to do, you can do some research. Perhaps you are interested in payout percentages, and admittedly that is an important factor, since that will dictate what you win in the event you are able to win. That kind of information should be available on various casino websites.

There are some websites that value keno a little more than others do. This is not hard to figure out. Are there promotions on the site, and in the casino, that are dedicated in some way to keno? And how much does a casino want to bring you in as a keno customer? Will they give you an opportunity to play the game for free? If that is the case, then go ahead and test out the software. And usually, the software is going to dictate what the payout percentages are.

There is nothing particularly scientific about the random drawing of numbers, so we would be somewhat skeptical about the effectiveness of keeping track of numbers that had already been drawn, as a way of trying to predict numbers that are due to come out. This is, plain and simple, a game that is governed by the random number generator (RNG), and there is hardly anything that is less predictable than that. You can sometimes track this, however, if that is what you want to do. It would almost seem counterintuitive to do something like this in keno, which is a game that is supposed to be easy-going and fun.

And ask yourself the question as to what makes the game more easy-going and fun. Well, it's having enough money to play it for as long as you can. That's why preserving bankroll is not a bad strategy to use. In some ways it is similar to how a slot player would look at a "strategy." If you are playing on a short bankroll, you want to play the cards that require the minimum in financial outlay. And take your time; the game isn't going anywhere.