||The total amount that a casino is liable to pay out during
one keno game.
|All or Nothing
||A type of ticket that pays out only if all the player's
numbers or none of his numbers are drawn.
||An unused keno ticket.
||The casino employee who calls the keno numbers when they are drawn
in a land-based casino.
||A marked number on a keno ticket that is called during a game.
||A keno game that pays out only if all the player's marked numbers
||A keno game that pays out only if none of the player's marked
numbers are called.
||A keno ticket made up of several different bets.
|| A computer-generated keno ticket.
||Two keno spots grouped together.
||The numbers drawn during a game of keno. In online keno, this
generally ranges between 10 and 15 numbers, whereas in land-based keno, this is
typically 20 numbers.
||A sheet that is available at land-based casinos that has holes
over the numbers drawn from the previous round in order to make checking your
||A ticket that is played for two games and which has a unique
||The electronic board in land-based keno games that displays the
||A keno win that does not pay out, but let's you play your bet
again the next round.
|High End Ticket
||A specific type of keno ticket that pays more if you catch
a high number of spots and less (or nothing) if you catch fewer spots.
||When one of your numbers is drawn in a game of keno.
||The percentage of time that the house (casino) is expected to
win over the long term. In online casinos this is usually below 12%, while in
land-based casinos it can be as high as 20-30%.
||A single number that is circled on a keno ticket and which works with
other numbers to make a bet.
||A ticket containing one or more kings.
||A keno ticket marked vertically down the center with the
aim of catching numbers only in one half of the ticket.
||The official ticket that is given to the player as receipt
for their hand-marked ticket and bet.
||A computer-generated keno ticket.
||The name given to each keno game. The name is a remnant from the time
when the keno was called horse and each number represented a horse in a race.
||A casino employee who collects keno tickets from players who are
sitting in different areas of the casino. He also pays these winners.
||A standard keno ticket.
||A split ticket has more than one set of numbers that are
||A keno ticket that is marked horizontally across the
center with the aim of catching numbers only in one half of the ticket.
||Each separate bet placed on a keno ticket that contains more than one