Keno Pattern Strategy
By: CasinoAdvisor.com, Tuesday June 10th 2008
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In Keno some individuals believe they have the key to success. They will tell you they have the secret to winning the game more often than you will lose. Usually this strategy is untrue. Keno is a random game. You can't predict the balls that will come out of the shoot on the next game, but that doesn't stop some individuals from trying to use the pattern strategy in Keno. This kind of strategy goes back to Fibonacci. Fibonacci created a probability theory on sequencing.
His theory stated if you get 0 you will get 1 next. Then you take 0 plus 1 and get the next number, which is one. Then one and one makes 2 and on. The theory basically means there is a sequence to what numbers will come after a certain number. So if you had 4 on that last roll and a 2 before that the next number in the sequence should be 6.
When you apply this to the pattern strategy you should be betting on ten numbers in a sequence. So say you are looking at a board that lists the last 20 rounds for Keno. If the sequence from Fibonacci works you should see a pattern based on his theory telling you what the next number will be. Of course his sequence theory was unlimited, and in Keno you only have numbers up to 80. Right there you will find that this theory is based on a false assumption and will not work.
This is not the only pattern strategy some use in the game of Keno. Others don't pay attention to the sequencing so much as they pay attention to what numbers seem to come up more often. There again they are looking at the last several games to see if one number particular number comes up and where that numbers is placed.
For example say the last three wins were as below:
4 10 28 34 60 72 75 80 5 17
17 27 30 32 1 79 68 67 45 42
3 17 33 34 25 23 64 6 20 25
In this example you see that on every game the 17 came up. It also moved one space. It would be reasonable under the pattern theory to say the 17 will appear in the third spot on the next game. Unfortunately you would most usually be wrong. The 17 could have been a fluke and on the next bet you choose 9 random numbers and the 17. The nine random numbers are chosen, but the 17 means you miss out on payment because it didn't come up in the win like the pattern dictated. The point I am trying to make is that yes you can see a pattern in just about anything when you want to, but a random game will always throw that pattern out the window. You are better off just playing the ten numbers and go with luck and chance for the hope of winning in Keno.
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