Keno: General Layout
The playing area in Keno is a grid of 80 numbers, each number can be chosen by clicking on it. Each number will display in different colors depending on whether it has been chosen by the player, and/or is a winning number (a ‘Hit’). Players can chose any amount of numbers between the minimum and maximum for the version of the game being played.
Chosen numbers are dark gray. Drawn numbers are light gray. Hits are yellow.
Chosen numbers are blue. Drawn numbers are light gray. Hits are yellow. The Powerball is red.
Chosen numbers are blue. Drawn numbers are light gray. Hits are yellow. The Super Keno ball is blue and yellow.
Chosen numbers are indented. Drawn numbers have a gray symbol. Hits have a treasure chest symbol. Captains Picks that are not Hits have a red ‘X’ symbol. Captains Picks that are Hits have a red outline.
The Pay Table in Keno is at the left hand side of the screen. It indicates how many numbers have been chosen by the player, and how much will be won depending on how many winning numbers (‘Hits’) the player gets in the game.
The amount won in the most recent game (or the current one if the game is in progress) is highlighted. The payout figure shows how many coins will be won. The value of the win will depend on the denomination of the coin selected.
Each version of Keno has a different Paytable, more information is available in Playing the Game.
An example of the Classic Keno Pay Table. Fifteen numbers have been chosen and six are Hits. The highlighted number shows the payout.
Note – this is just an example; the actual Keno payouts may be different.
Recent Games Table
On the right-hand side of the screen is a table showing the results of recent plays. If you are only playing one game at a time, only the result of the last game will be shown. If you have selected the Auto Play function, a list of all the results from the last batch of games will be displayed.
The number in the Hits column shows how many winning numbers came up in that game. If the player won a payout, the number will be highlighted.
If the game has a Special Feature and a multiplier has been applied to a win, this will be shown next to the game it applied to.
This is an example from Classic Keno. This table shows that of the six most recent games, five of them resulted in payouts. Game number 3 did not win a payout, even though the Hits column shows that there were two matching numbers.
Winning Number Line
At the bottom of the screen, just above the Button Bar, is the Winning Number Line. When the game is played, all the chosen numbers will be displayed along here. Any Hits will be highlighted. If the game has Special Features some of the numbers may be displayed differently. The numbers will be displayed there until the next game starts, or until the Clear button is clicked.
Hits are yellow.
Hits are yellow. If the last number drawn is a hit then it becomes a Powerball, and is shown in red.
Hits are yellow. If the first number drawn is a hit then it becomes a Super Keno ball.
Hits are yellow. Any Captains Picks that are hits are shown in Red.
Keno: General Layout The Board The playing area in Keno is a grid of 80 numbers, each number can be chosen by clicking on it. Each number will display in different colors depending on whether