Here’s what you could win every minutes. How to play Keno Combinations. Spot 1 Step 1 Mark the number of spots you want to play in each game panel. You can choose up to 10 numbers across all four game panels. There are five basic types of combinations, which can be used in one or more consecutive draws – Singles Step 1 Spot 3 Step Step 2 Each panel is played separately, giving you up to four individual games in a single draw. 2 These are the game panels on which you mark the actual spot numbers you wish to play. Do not repeat the same number in more than one panel. Doubles Two panels are joined together to play one game in a single draw. Spot 5 OR Triples Three panels are joined together to play one game in a single draw. Choose an Easi-Pick which lets the computer randomly select the numbers for you. Quads Four panels are joined together to play one game in a single draw. All Ways Every possible combination of panels including singles, doubles, triples and quads in a single draw. The combination is determined by how many panels have been chosen, for example: Step 3 Mark how much you want to spend on each game (The minimum is $1 per game). Please only mark one box. Mark here for an Easi-Pick. 3 panels All Ways = $7 (3 single games, 3 double games and 1 triple game) keno t ip any Keno s. r in Your total selections mbe 0 nu combination can’t exceed 1 Step 4 Mark the type of Combinations Games you wish to play. You can choose to play any or all of the Combination options (Singles, Doubles, Triples, Quads, All Ways), and choose as many spot numbers for each game as you wish, providing the combined total does not exceed 10. Ask your agent for further details on how to play Keno Combinations. For the latest draw results www.salotteries.com.au 7 Step Step 3 4 Step 5 Spot 2 panels All Ways = $3 (2 single games and 1 double game) 4 panels All Ways = $15 (4 single games, 6 double games, 4 triple games and 1 quad game) Spot 9 Step 5 Mark how many consecutive draws you wish to play. You may enter up to 500 draws. Step 6 Hand your coupon and money to the terminal operator and you will receive a Keno Combinations ticket with all your numbers and details. Step 7 Watch the Keno monitor to see if your numbers come up, or ask the operator to check your Keno Combinations ticket after the draw has finished. Winning Numbers 1 Prize per $1 $3 Winning Numbers 2 3 Prize per $1 $2 $32 Ask for an Easi-Pick 500 Winning Numbers 3 4 5 Prize per $1 $2 $20 $500 Winning Numbers 4 5 6 7 Prize per $1 $4 $20 $200 $8,000 Winning Numbers 4 5 6 7 8 9 Prize per $1 $2 $4 $10 $200 $2,500 $150,000 Spot 2 Winning Numbers Spot 4 Spot 6 Spot 8 Spot 10 2 Prize per $1 $12 Winning Numbers 3 4 Prize per $1 $8 $120 Winning Numbers 3 4 5 6 Prize per $1 $2 $5 $50 $1,300 Winning Numbers 4 5 6 7 8 Prize per $1 $2 $8 $50 $500 $50,000 How to . o n e K y pla Ask for a Jackpot Easi-Pick Keno’s Spot 10 with a minimum prize pool of $1 Million keeps jackpotting with every new draw. Winning Numbers 5 6 7 8 9 10 Prize per $1 $2 $5 $100 $1,000 $10,000 Jackpot $1 million min. Important Notice: This explanatory brochure is intended to provide general information only and SA Lotteries accepts no responsibility for its contents and does not represent or warrant that the information is free from errors or omissions. For full details of the rules of the game you wish to play you should refer to the State Lotteries Act, 1966 (as amended) and the Lottery Rules (available on SA Lotteries’ website or for perusal at any SA Lotteries agent). In particular, you should note that SA Lotteries accepts no liability for loss arising from the failure of its servants or agents to comply with operating instructions or directions, use of an Easiplay Club membership card, lost or stolen Easiplay membership cards, criminal or negligent interference with SA Lotteries’ property, or any equipment failure. GAMBLE RESPONSIBLY. Chances of winning Keno Spot 10 are one in 8,911,703. LCK35109 04 04 Keno Combinations mean you can combine up to four individual games (panels) to enable you to play the equivalent of up to 15 different games using different combinations of your selected numbers, all in a single draw! SA Lotteries’ liability in any one draw is limited in the case of Spot 10 to $1,000,000 plus any applicable Jackpot, and in all other Spots to $500,000. Please note that age restrictions apply in accordance with the State Lotteries Act 1966 to play Keno, or any other SA Lotteries games, and are subject to change. 03/06 More winners. More often. You could win every minutes with Keno. Keno is an enjoyable, social and flexible numbers game, which gives you the chance to win as much as $1 million or more every few minutes. How to play a Single Keno game. keno Ask for a $1 Jackpo t t Easi - Pi c k i p chance to win $1 m And you don’t nee illion plu for yo d to f ur ill o s. ut a cou pon . It’s so easy to play a game of Keno. Follow these simple steps to complete your Keno Single Game entry coupon. p keno t i pen or pencil to mark y blue our entry coupon. l n o Use bers on y num INCORREC T ECT CORR You can play Keno individually or with a group of friends at your nearest SA Lotteries agency. 6. How often can I play Keno? Frequently asked questions. 7. Can I play Keno in more than one draw? Just by following a few simple rules, you’ll discover that playing Keno is not only easy but also a lot of fun. Here are the answers to the 10 most frequently asked questions about Keno. 1. What is Keno? Keno is a computerised draw of 20 randomly selected numbers from the numbers 1 to 80. You win if you can match the numbers you choose with the numbers drawn. 2. What’s a Spot? To play Keno, you simply select between 1 and 10 numbers (known as Spots) and mark them on a Keno coupon. For example, if you choose to play Keno Spot 2, you select 2 numbers, which you then match against the 20 numbers drawn. OR Simply ask the terminal operator for an Easi-Pick, tell them how many Spots you want and the computer will randomly select the numbers for you. 3. How do I win playing Keno? If the selected numbers correctly match the numbers drawn, you win the amount shown in the prize table on the back of this brochure. 4. How much does it cost to play Keno? The minimum cost to play Keno is $1 per game. 5. What Spot should I play? A “Spot” is simply the total amount of numbers you wish to match in any one Keno draw. The more numbers you choose the bigger the prize you could win! You can select between 1 and 10 Spots to play Keno. There is a Keno draw every 3½ minutes. Yes, you can play the same numbers in up to 500 consecutive Keno draws by simply marking the ‘Consecutive Draws’ box on your entry coupon. Step 3 8. What is a Keno Easi-Pick? A Keno Easi-Pick is an easy way to play because the computer randomly selects the numbers for you. Simply ask the terminal operator for a Keno Easi-Pick and nominate the Spot numbers (from 1 to 10) of your choice. For example: Keno Spot 8 Easi-Pick means the computer will randomly select 8 numbers for you. Mark the $ value you want to spend on a game ($1 minimum per game). Step 1 Step 4 Step 9. What is a Jackpot Easi-Pick and Easi-Pick 500? When you ask for a Jackpot Easi-Pick, the computer randomly selects 10 numbers for you, giving you a chance to win $1 million plus any applicable Jackpot. When you ask for an Easi-Pick 500, the computer randomly selects 5 numbers for you, giving you a chance to win $500. Simply ask for the Easi-Pick of your choice. 2 Step 5 Step 1 Mark the number of spots you want to play (from 1-10). That’s the total amount of numbers you want to match in the game. Step 3 Step 4 10. What are Keno Combinations? Keno Combinations give you the option to enter different combinations of numbers in the same draw. For example, you can play four single games in one draw, by completing a Keno Combinations coupon. With Keno Combinations you can combine the four game panels on a Keno Combinations coupon to play up to 15 different games all in a single draw. Further information on how to play Keno is available on the back of the entry coupon or, if you prefer, ask your SA Lotteries agent for more details. You can also visit our website at www.salotteries.com.au Mark how many consecutive draws you wish to play. You may enter up to 500 draws. Hand your coupon and money to the terminal operator and you will receive a Keno ticket showing all your numbers and details. Step 6 Watch the Keno monitor to see if your numbers come up, or ask the operator to check your ticket after the draw has finished. Step 2 Choose your numbers and mark them in the selection panel. Remember, choose no more than 10 numbers. Mark here for an Easi-Pick. OR Simply choose an Easi-Pick which lets the computer randomly select the numbers for you. All South Australians benefit from Keno, as the profits are returned to the State’s Hospitals Fund. More winners. More often. www.salotteries.com.au for all of the latest Keno information.
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