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How To Win Playing Keno

Playing Keno is like playing the lottery: You pick your numbers and hope that they hit. Here are some tips to help you win at keno and get more out of your keno game.

How Many Keno Numbers to Pick

How many spots should you pick? There is no one right answer, but there are a few principles to keep in mind. The more keno numbers you pick, the higher your potential winnings. If you bet $1 and pick only one number, hitting your number will win you $3. If you pick 5 numbers, you can win $50. If you pick 10 numbers, you can win $1,800. And if you pick 15 keno numbers, you can win $10,000.

On the other hand, if you pick more numbers, you also need to match more of them in order to win anything. If you pick 5 numbers, you need 2 matches to break even. If you pick 10, you need 3 matches to break even. And if you pick 15 keno numbers, you’ll need 5 matches to break even.

A Good Keno Bet

Close study of the online keno payout table will reveal some good bets. For example, if you pick anywhere from 7 to 11 keno numbers, you need 3 hits to break even. So it makes sense to pick 11 numbers. For one thing, your odds of at least getting your original bet back are higher, since it is easier to hit 3 out of 11 than it is to hit 3 out of 7. At the same time, the maximum payout on an 11-spot ticket is 3,000-to-1; on a 7-spot ticket it is only 100-to-1.

So, as a matter of keno strategy, picking 11 keno numbers makes more sense than picking 7, 8, 9, or 10 numbers, any way you look at it. Your chances of at least breaking even are much higher, and your maximum potential winning keno payout is also much higher.

Picking Your Keno Numbers

Have fun picking your keno numbers. Remember, the winning keno numbers are chosen at random, so any number has the same chance of winning as any other number. There is no “wrong” way to pick numbers in a game of keno. So you might as well have fun. You can go with birthdays, dress sizes, license plate numbers, or telephone numbers. It’s always fun to pick a theme each time you play and stick with that theme for the day. You can play birthdays on Monday, and telephone numbers on Tuesday. Any of these systems can enable you to win at keno. The possibilities are as limitless as your imagination.

Balance Your Yin and Your Yang

Keno is an ancient Chinese game, based on certain principles of Chinese philosophy. One of these is the concept of Yin and Yang. Yin and Yang are the two opposing yet complementary forces of the universe. Ideally, Yin and Yang should be kept in perfect balance.

In keno, the Yin is represented by the top half of the keno ticket, and the Yang by the bottom half. To keep the Yin and Yang in harmony, you need to pick an equal number of keno spots from the top half and the bottom half of the keno ticket.

\nThe Yin and Yang theory of winning keno numbers has not been scientifically proven, but it certainly can’t hurt to have the mystical powers of the universe on your side.

Have Fun Playing Keno

The most important tip for playing Keno online is to know that you are having fun. You can hope for a little good luck and pick those keno numbers with pizzazz. And then, you can sit back, watch, and hope you will be the lucky keno winner for the day.

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Baccarat Rules, How To Playing And Get Win !

Although many people do not know how to play, Baccarat is actually one of the easiest casino games to play. It has been played in various forms since the early 1800’s. This Internet Casino offers the most popular version of baccarat, as found in most casinos in Las Vegas.

In Baccarat, cards are dealt to two hands, named Player and Banker. The object of the game is to correctly pick which hand will have the higher score. You can also place a bet on Tie, which pays 9 to 1.


To play Baccarat you simply choose whether you want to bet on Player, Banker, Tie, or any combination of the three.

To place a bet, click on the area in which you wish to bet, either Player, Banker, or Tie. Then click the chips in the lower left corner to add them to the betting area. If you want to remove chips from the betting area, click them.

When you are finished placing your bet(s), click deal.

After the hands are dealt, if you correctly bet on the outcome, you win.

If you bet on Player and win, you win even money. A R5 wager pays back your R5, plus an additional R5.

If you bet on Banker and win, you win even money minus a 5% commission. A R5 wager pays back your R5, plus an additional R4.75.

If you bet on Tie and win, you win 9 times your wager. A R5 wager pays back your R5, plus an additional R45.


At the start of the game, the Player and Banker hands are each dealt two cards.

If the score of either hand totals 8 or 9, the game is over and no further cards are dealt to either hand.

If neither hand scored 8 or 9, the game proceeds as follows:

The Player goes first and must play according to the following rules:
The Player hand draws another card if its total is 0-5, otherwise it does not draw another card. Play now proceeds to the banker.

If the Banker hand totals 7, 8 or 9, the Banker does not get another card.
If the Banker’s first two cards total 0,1 or 2, then the Banker draws one card, otherwise, the Banker draws cards according to this table:


Card Values
The suits of the cards have no meaning in the game.

– Cards 2 through 9 count as face value.
– 10, Jack, Queen, and King count as 0.
– Ace counts as 1.

To calculate the score for the hand, add the values of each card and drop the ten’s digit.

For example:
– A hand with a seven of hearts and a seven of spades scores as follows:
7 + 7 = 14 – the ten’s digit = 4

– A hand with 3 sevens has a score of 1:
7 + 7 + 7 = 21 – the ten’s digit = 1


Clicking on the Deal Button after placing a bet starts a new game.

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No change in land supply for private homes in first-half 2018

SINGAPORE – The Government has decided to keep the total supply of land for private residential development for the first half of next year at about the same level as that for the current second half 2017 slate, citing among other factors, sufficient supply from the redevelopment of collective sale sites being generated from the private sector.

The Ministry of National Development (MND) said on Wednesday (Dec 13) morning that under its first half 2018 Government Land Sales (GLS) Programme, it will be offering land that can potentially yield about 8,045 private homes (including executive condominium or EC units) and 63,960 sq m gross floor area (GFA) of commercial space.

This is compared with the 8,125 private residential units (including EC units) and 83,590 sq m GFA of commercial space on both confirmed and reserve lists in the current second half 2017 slate.

For first half 2018, through the confirmed list, the MND will release six private residential sites (including one EC site) that can yield 2,775 private homes (including 450 EC units) and 4,450 sq m GFA of commercial space.

In comparison, it is releasing land for 2,840 private residential units (including ECs) and 26,800 sq m GFA of commercial space in the second half 2017 programme. Confirmed list sites are launched according to schedule regardless of demand.

On the reserve list, the Government will offer eight private residential sites (including two EC sites) and one commercial site. These sites can yield 5,270 private homes (including 1,255 EC units) and 59,510 sq m GFA of commercial space. This is similar to the second half 2017 reserve list supply of 5,285 private residential units and 56,790 sq m GFA of commercial space.

Reserve-list sites are launched only upon successful application by a developer or when there is sufficient market interest in a site.

In working out the supply for the first half 2018 GLS Programme, the Government had taken into consideration several factors.

Commenting on the private residential market, the MND said: “On the one hand, there is strong demand for sites by real estate developers, and a pick-up in transaction volumes. On the other hand, there is a large potential supply of around 20,000 units from awarded en-bloc sale and GLS sites that have not yet been granted planning approval, on top of the around 18,000 unsold units that already have planning approval.”

Moreover, there are more than 30,000 existing private housing units that remain vacant, the ministry added.

“Therefore, on balance, the Government has decided to keep the total supply of units for first half 2018 at about the same level as the supply of units from the second half 2017 GLS Programme.”

Taken together, the total supply in the pipeline, including the units from the first half 2018 GLS Programme, will be adequate to meet the purchase demand for new private housing from home buyers over the next one to two years.

“When these are completed, the overall stock of private housing will be more than sufficient to meet Singaporeans’ housing needs,” it added.

The first half 2018 reserve list will have one site at Woodlands Square for a mixed-use development comprising mainly office space. “This site will allow developers to initiate the development of more office space if they assess that there is demand,” the MND said.

The confirmed list sites on the first half 2018 programme include a land parcel in Dairy Farm Road that can generate about 500 private homes and 4,000 sq m of commercial space, and plot in Jalan Jurong Kechil that can yield about 280 private homes. The sole EC site on the confirmed list, which can generate about 450 units, is along Canberra Link in the Sembawang area.

The new reserve list sites include a plot along Sims Drive that can yield about 680 private homes and a site in Peck Seah Street near Tanjong Pagar MRT Station for about 700 private homes and 4,500 sq m of commercial space. Another new site, in Clementi Avenue 1, can yield up to 640 private homes. The two EC sites on the reserve list are in Tampines Avenue 10 (for about 715 EC units) and Anchorvale Crescent (for about 540 units).

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