Some tips about the special keno tickets known as ‘King Tickets’
A keno King Ticket is one where you have chosen to mark a single spot (number) amongst your selections. That number is sometimes called a “king number”. It’s basically a group-of-one.
It may be used on its own or in combination with other groups or even other king numbers.
King tickets are marked similarly to way tickets and split tickets with the number of combinations played and the amount wagered per group displayed on the right hand side of the ticket.
For example, say you have a way ticket in which you have marked one king number and 3 pairs of numbers:
And you’ve decided to play the king number on its own, and also in combination with each of the pairs. This means you would have 4 ‘ways’:
Assuming you’ve decided to bet $1 per way, you would need to write this on your ticket:
This means: $4 total bet, 3 sets of 3-spots, 1 1-spot, $1 per way