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How to play Keno (Single/Multiplayer) - Guide


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Keno Single/Multiplayer

The origins of Keno


Keno is of Chinese origin and great antiquity, dating back at least 2,000 years. The original Chinese name for the game is baige piao or pai-ko p’iao, meaning “white pigeon ticket,” a reference to the tickets used in a betting game involving homing pigeons. From about the 3rd century BCE, baige piao games existed in most of the provinces of China, usually arranged by one or more gambling houses with the permission of the province governor, who in turn received a share of the profits.

Modern-day Keno is usually played by picking from 1 up to 20 numbers out of 80, while online casinos more often let players choose from 1 to 10 numbers out of 40.


How to play Keno at BC Game

Select the betting amount and which risk you wish to play at.



Pick between 1 and 10 numbers that you wish to bet on, or click on ”auto pick” (using auto pick will generate 10 random numbers).



The ”Risk” setting determines how many correct numbers you need to win, and how much you can win.

Six numbers at low risk.



Six numbers at ”Classic” risk.



Six numbers at medium risk.



Six numbers at high risk.



When you are satisfied with the settings, click on ”bet”. Ten random numbers will be generated, and if enough of them are the same numbers you picked you will win.



Using Auto Bet

As with most in-house games at BC Game, Keno has an auto-bet feature. To access the auto-bet settings, click on ”Auto” located above the bet amount.



Keno Multiplayer

At BC Game there is also a multiplayer version of Keno. The multiplayer version works the same as the single-player version does, with the exception that more than one person can bet at the same time.







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