States in the U.S. that run Keno Lotteries
With the exception of Nevada, and Native American lands that are considered sovereign and beyond federal oversight, gambling is largely forbidden in the United States. One exception has always been the state-run lottery, however. Keno isn’t really all that different from the typical forms of the state lottery, and many states have taken notice, adding a variant of keno as one of their lottery options.
States that run daily games are Indiana, Michigan, New York, Ohio and Washington, but some are a little different than the versions you commonly see in casinos. For example, Indiana’s variant of keno is called Quick Draw, which has the player draw 10 numbers per ticket. 20 numbers are drawn, and you must match at least five to win a prize. The top prize pays off at $300,000, however, which is a much bigger jackpot than most casinos offer. New York’s Pick 10 operates similarly, but has an even bigger maximum prize of $500,000. Michigan’s Club Keno has you pick one to ten numbers, but adds the option of paying more for four additional jackpot numbers and a kicker that can multiply your winnings. And Ohio’s Ten-OH is a pick-10 that is run twice a day.
The idea of gambling at a casino that is dripping in gold and jewels encourages gambler to believe that their chances of winning at that particular casino, are good. Perhaps they are right – the more you surround yourself with wealth, the better your chances of getting wealthy? Maybe, maybe not. It’s all about whether luck is on your side at the end of the day. But anyway, getting back to British casinos, yes they are stylish and filled with high stakes gamblers, but besides all that, there is always a rich tone of
Britishness throughout that has quite a homey feel and makes everyone, no matter who you are feel welcome. This feel described above is extended to their online casinos and if players prefer not to move from their warm comfy home, then they can engage with the casino online. And if all else fails, make yourself a cup of tea and switch on the tele.