This Keno game is exactly like the traditional models of such, providing you with a total of 80 different numbers to choose from on a blue board. These are laid out in a 10×8 formation, and in order to select your preferred numbers, you simply need to click on them, at which point they will become highlighted and chosen. Obviously, the more numbers you choose, the stronger your chances of winning more times, and choosing more doesn’t increase the wager amount either, so it’s probably in your best interests to select as many of them as possible.
Down either side of the numbers are board are two charts. The first of them shows you the history of your game play, telling you how many of your numbers were drawn or how many ‘hits’ you gained. And the second chart presents you with the pay table, which shows you how much of a pay out you will receive depending upon how many of your numbers are chosen. Should all ten of your chosen numbers be drawn out, for example, you’ll win up to 50,000 coins. As far as the wagering goes in the game, you’ll see the ‘Bet’ box in the bottom right hand corner of the screen. This ranges between its minimum of €1 and €5 per round.