Maryland keno numbers
Order now to receive one set of numbers for each week, so you will receive 26 sets of numbers for 6 months or 52 sets for one year. Use each set of numbers for the entire week.
HOW TO PLAY
Play Keno WHEN, WHERE and HOW you want. Keno is a fast-paced, fun game that allows you to choose how many numbers to play, how much money to wager, where to play and where to check your winning numbers. Keno and Packaged Keno To Go (PKTG) are played using a field of numbers from one to 80, and you may choose up to ten numbers in that field. The Lottery’s computer continuously generates random sets of 20 numbers. Every four minutes, for each game, the central computer “locks in” on a set of those numbers, which are then displayed on the Keno monitor. There are a variety of ways to win based on matching some, all, or — in some cases — none of the numbers.
Keno is a fun, fast-paced game where you choose up to ten numbers and win based on how many you match. Win $1–$100,000
Cost – $1 – $20 per game
Packaged Keno To Go lets you purchase 20, 40, 60, 80 and 100 games for just $.25 per game, then watch drawings wherever and whenever you want. Win $.25 – $25,000.00.
20 games for $5.00
40 games for $10.00
60 games for $15.00
80 games for $20.00
Keno Bonus gives you the chance to multiply your Keno/PKTG winnings by up to ten times.
2x your Keno wager
Keno Super Bonus gives you the chance to multiply your Keno/PKTG winnings by up to 20 times and guarantees you will at least double your payout when you win.
3x your Keno wager
HOW TO PLAY KENO
With classic Keno, you have the chance to win $100,000 on a single dollar play! It’s easy. Simply complete your Keno playslip using these five steps:
Step 1: Decide how many numbers (spots), from one to ten, you want to play per game.
Step 2: Decide how much to wager, from $1.00 to $20.00, per game.
Step 3: Choose your own numbers, or select “Quick Pick” and let the computer select numbers for you.
Step 4: Decide how many consecutive games, from one to 20, you want to play.
Step 5: If you want to play Bonus or Super Bonus, (you may select only one) select “Yes” on your playslip for the bonus option you want to play and have the chance to multiply your winnings on every game on your ticket. You must play Keno if you want to play Bonus or Super Bonus. Multiply the dollar amount you want to wager per game times the number of consecutive games you want to play to determine the total cost of the ticket.
Give your completed playslip and wager amount to a Maryland Lottery® retailer to receive an official game ticket. To see if you’ve won, watch your game(s) on a Keno monitor (located at most Maryland Lottery® retailer locations), check your numbers at any retailer using the Quick Check machine, or go to mdlottery.com® and click on the Keno logo. If your ticket wins before all consecutive games have been played, you may present it to your Maryland Lottery® retailer to receive your winnings along with an exchange ticket good for your remaining games.
$100.00 is the maximum Keno wager per playslip.
$200.00 is the maximum Keno wager per playslip when the Bonus option is selected.
$300.00 is the maximum Keno wager per playslip when the Super Bonus option is selected.
Recurring numbers lead man to $12,040 lottery jackpot
Aug. 28 (UPI) — A Maryland man who noticed some curiously recurring numbers in the state lottery’s Keno game won $12,040 thanks to his attention to detail.
The 59-year-old Brandywine man told Maryland Lottery officials he usually plays the Racetrax virtual horse racing game, but he started noticing a pattern in Keno drawings — the numbers 10, 13, 23, 36 and 38 kept showing up.
“I locked in on these five numbers months ago,” he said.
The man said he decided to play Keno on Thursday night, so he used the numbers.
“Something said to go play those numbers,” he said. “It was one of those whim things.”
The man said he bought his ticket at Three Road Liquors in Brandywine and didn’t even notice that it printed with a special message saying his ticket had been selected for a double prize promotion.
The player hit all five numbers in one Keno drawing, and several other numbers in other drawings. His prize money totaled $12,040.A Maryland man who noticed some curiously recurring numbers in the state lottery’s Keno game won $12,040 thanks to his attention to detail. ]]>