Keno.com.au

Keno.com.au

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Keno.com.au Exposed — Every Three Minute Game!

Keno.com.au Review

Every three minutes – over and over and over again. I was just sitting here trying to figure out how many games a day are actually played. That’s Keno.com.au! It’s an online website to simply play keno and yes, a new game is played every three minutes – 24 hour a day.

Games at Keno.com.au

There is only one – well, there are different ways to play it, but – Keno is a straightforward game. It involves a total of 80 numbers – yes, 1 to 80 – with twenty numbers drawn each game. What makes this different from the usual lotteries is there is the range on how many numbers you want to choose from one number to forty numbers. Payouts differ depending on how many numbers you want to play. The largest jackpot seems to be the 10 number keno with a jackpot payout of One Million Aussie Dollars or more depending on what you’ve bet. Players can bet between $1 to $4999 per game. The more numbers you choose i.e. 20 or 40, the jackpot decreases but then your probability odds increase. Then there are the smaller ones and again, they have smaller wins. You can actually bet on one number though it only pays out $3 on a $1 draw.

How Many Games?

The most games you can play/pay for at any time is 200. I did some quick calculations and that works out to about 600 minutes or 10 hours. Mind boggling!

Add Heads, Evens and Tails

There is a bit of a simplified version where players choose Heads, Evens or Tails. A Heads $1 bet means you are guessing that more numbers are going to be drawn from the top part of the game sheet or 1 to 40. Tails means you are guessing that more numbers are going to be drawn from the bottom half of the ticket or 41 to 80. Evens means you figure that the 20 numbers drawn are going to be equal on the top and bottom. Heads & Tails pays out double your bet. Evens pays out four times your bet.

And There’s More

If you’re really into this, Keno.com.au has an advanced card where players can do combinations of – well – I don’t get it all but there is a heap of other ways to play and win. Keep in mind, this is ongoing every three minutes. Just writing that last sentence another game was played.

Getting In Touch with Keno.com.au

Keno.com.au has telephone numbers and an email address. There is no online form and no snail mail address posted in their contact details. They are owned by Tabcorp which is an Aussie gambling entertainment company based in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).

The Bottom Line at Keno.com.au

This could be a lot of fun at the same time, I have no idea how you keep up on your winnings given that games roll out every 3 minutes. I actually can’t figure out how I’d get anything else done while watching the games over and over again. I mean step out to get a sandwich and five games would have rolled by.

Pros:

A Game Every Three Minutes

Different Ways to Play

Straightforward Game

Cons:

24/7 Games every Three Minutes

Sorry folks, Keno.com.au doesn’t get a thumbs up or thumbs down because only people in Australia can play there. It does look like some fun.

Overall rating for Keno.com.au : Bad 1.8 from 0-5
1.8
Based on 5 reviews