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MD Lottery – Keno & Racetrax 17+

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Designed for iPhone

    • 4.0 • 22 Ratings
    • Free

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The official Maryland Lottery Keno and Racetrax app was created for players to watch real-time Keno drawings, search for past Keno and Racetrax results, review payouts, check out recent “hot and cold” numbers, and more.

After you buy Keno tickets at any Maryland Lottery retailer, you can watch the drawings unfold anywhere, anytime on your mobile device. A wager as small as $1 can pay out up to $100,000!

The app provides easy access to all the Keno information you may need:
• Watch Keno games as they occur
• Search for past game results
• Learn how to play
• See hot and cold numbers
• View payouts
• Find out about Lottery promotions

The app also provides results for the Maryland Lottery’s popular horseracing monitor game, Racetrax®. After you buy Racetrax tickets at any Maryland Lottery retailer, you can check your results on the app where you will also find:
• “Handicaps” such as the last 20 results, last win and last show
• Payouts
• Step-by-step “How to Play” instructions
• Link to all current Maryland Lottery promotions

‎Read reviews, compare customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about MD Lottery – Keno & Racetrax. Download MD Lottery – Keno & Racetrax and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Keno prize of $12,002 interrupts Parkville player’s social outing

PARKVILLE, MD—Playing Keno is mainly a social activity for “Capt. Keno,” so winning $12,002 on Monday morning, November 18, was a spectacular bonus.

“Capt. Keno” of Parkville told Maryland Lottery officials he joins a small group of friends several times a week to play Keno and socialize at the nearby Valley View Inn. He plays a set of 10 numbers regularly.

On the day he enjoyed his big win, the Baltimore County resident bought a 10-spot quick-pick ticket for five drawings. The group enjoys adult beverages and socializes as Keno numbers pop up on the monitor.

He took his big win in stride. “Capt. Keno” has picked up a few much smaller Keno prizes in the past, the largest of which was $1,200. “Capt. Keno” and his wife claimed his prize at Lottery headquarters in Baltimore on Monday. The 71-year-old said he hasn’t given any thought to how he will spend his prize. His wife observed, “I could spend it in a heartbeat!”

The pair subsequently concluded the windfall will go toward a previously planned house upgrade. To celebrate the win, the pair planned to stop on the way home and get a crab-cake meal.

Sharing in “Capt. Keno’s” luck is Valley View Inn in Parkville. The retailer located at 8712 Satyr Hill Road receives a bonus of $120.02, equal to 1 percent of the prize, from the Maryland Lottery for selling a winning Keno ticket worth $10,000 or more.

Keno prize of $12,002 interrupts Parkville player’s social outing PARKVILLE, MD—Playing Keno is mainly a social activity for “Capt. Keno,” so winning $12,002 on Monday morning, November 18, was ]]>