Fresh New Keno Available in Specialty Games Section

Fresh New Keno Available in Specialty Games Section

Everyone’s talking about the newest Keno to hit Bumbet’s Specialty Games section. Fans of the simple lottery game are thrilled with this streamlined version of the oldest casino game around. A few key upgrades have brought Keno into the 21st century, so if you haven’t checked it out, now’s the time.

The game’s mobile and tablet capabilities are phenomenal. The screen is designed to be able to shrink down to fit smartphones comfortably. If you’ve played before, you’re familiar with the number chart – this expands to fill almost the entire screen, ensuring you can still select individual numbers from a small screen.

But if you’re looking for efficient play, there are faster ways to pick numbers. For a quick random selection of 15 numbers, use the game’s Quick Pick option. If you don’t like some of the numbers in the automatic selection, tap them, and they’ll become un-highlighted. Fans of fast play can increase the speed of gameplay from Normal to Turbo in the settings. When you’re ready for action, tap the “GO!” button.

For each round, the game picks 20 numbers at random, and at the end of the round, you’ll see how many of your numbers hit. The numbers you used in the round will be displayed on screen at the end of the round, so if you want to re-bet them, click the “Re-Bet” button. If not, tap “New Game” to start fresh.

My Favorite Numbers

One of the options you have at the start of a round is storing your favorite numbers. The Clover button that says My Numbers is the feature you need for this. It lets you pick up to 15 numbers and save them. They’re not cemented in stone though; feel free to change them in the game Settings. After they’re saved, a simple tap on the “My Numbers” button automatically generates them. Then click “GO!” to start the round.

Another nifty option you’ll find in the game buttons is the bets/rounds settings. Here you get to choose how much to bet per round ($0.01, $0.25, $1, $5, $10) and how many rounds to play (1 to 50). You’ll be using the same numbers for all rounds, but if you want to stop the action at any point, there’s a button to cut things short. If you’re playing multiple rounds, you’ll see how many hits (and payouts) you got for each round on the right side of the screen.

In addition to customizing the numbers, and betting configurations, you can choose what color you want the screen. Pink, orange, yellow, green, blue, brown, and “random” are all options, so pick one that speaks to you. It could bring you luck. And when you’re playing Keno, luck is the key to success.