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An Upper Peninsula woman is looking forward to a vacation after winning $64,523 playing the Michigan Lottery’s Club Keno The Jack game, according to a press release Tuesday from the lottery. . Trudy Boyer, of Rapid River, matched her easy pick The Jack numbers – 14-18-30-43-50-61-63-77 – to eight of the 20 Club Keno numbers drawn in draw 1735581. She bought her winning ticket at the Swallow Inn, located at 10468 South Main Street in Rapid River. “I was working when I bought the ticket,” said the 57-year-old Boyer, in the press release. “The next time I looked up at the screen, I saw The Jack had reset and I just had a feeling I was the winner
As soon as I scanned my ticket, the shock set in. ”Boyer visited Lottery headquarters Monday to claim the big prize. With her winnings, she plans to take her family on vacation. The Swallow Inn has been lucky before for Club Keno The Jack players. In July 2014, Tonya Hanson, of Rapid River, and Dale Lehtikangas, of Gladstone, won a $448,055 The Jack prize. That prize is the largest Club Keno The Jack prize ever won
The Jack is a Club Keno add-on game that players may add to their Club Keno wager for as little as $1 per draw. With The Jack, players get eight easy pick numbers to match to the Club Keno numbers drawn. Players may win prizes ranging from $1 to the jackpot. The jackpot starts at $10,000 and grows until it is won
To win the jackpot, players must match all eight numbers. Club Keno may be played at the 10,500 Lottery retailers across the state. Drawings take place every three and a half minutes
Results and live drawings may be found online at http://www.michiganlottery.com. In 2018, Lottery players won about $411 million playing Club Keno, The KICKER, and The Jack. About 97 cents of every dollar spent on Lottery tickets is returned to the state in the form of contributions to the state School Aid Fund, prizes to players and commissions to vendors and retailers
In the 2018 fiscal year, the Lottery provided more than $941.3 million for Michigan’s public schools, its fourth record contribution in a row. Since it began in 1972, the Lottery has contributed more than $22 billion to support public education in Michigan. For additional information, follow the Michigan Lottery on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and online at www.michiganlottery.com.. For other uses, see Keno (disambiguation). A set of Finnish keno betting slips Keno /kiːnoʊ/ is a lottery-like gambling game often played at modern casinos, and also offered as a game by some state lotteries
Players wager by choosing numbers ranging from 1 through (usually) 80. After all players make their wagers, 20 numbers (some variants draw fewer numbers) are drawn at random, either with a ball machine similar to ones used for lotteries and bingo, or with a random number generator. Each casino sets its own series of payouts, called "paytables"
The player is paid based on how many numbers were chosen (either player selection, or the terminal picking the numbers), the number of matches out of those chosen, and the wager. There are a wide variety of keno paytables depending on the casino, usually with a larger "house edge" than other games offered by that casino. The house edge ranges from less than 4 percent to over 35 percent.  The typical house edge for non-slot casino games is under 5 percent. HistorySee also: Pakapoo The word keno has French or Latin roots (Fr. quine "five winning numbers", L. quini "five each"), but by all accounts the game originated in China. Legend has it that the invention of the game saved an ancient city in time of war, and its widespread popularity helped raise funds to build the Great Wall of China
In modern China, the idea of using lotteries to fund a public institution was not accepted before the late 19th century. Chinese lotteries are not documented before 1847 when the Portuguese government of Macau decided to grant a license to lottery operators. According to some, results of keno games in great cities were sent to outlying villages and hamlets by carrier pigeons, resulting in its Chinese name 白鸽票 báigē piào, literally "white dove ticket", pronounced baak-gap-piu in Cantonese (on which the Western spelling 'pak-ah-pu' / 'pakapoo' was based). The Chinese played the game using sheets printed with Chinese characters, often the first 80 characters of the Thousand Character Classic, from which the winning characters were selected.  Eventually, Chinese immigrants introduced keno to the US in the 19th century, where the name was Westernized into boc hop bu and puck-apu.  By 1866, it had already become a widely popular gambling game in Houston, Texas, under the name keno. ProbabilitiesKeno payouts are based on how many numbers the player chooses and how many of those numbers are "hit", multiplied by the proportion of the player's original wager to the "base rate" of the paytable
Typically, the more numbers a player chooses and the more numbers hit, the greater the payout, although some paytables pay for hitting a lesser number of spots. For example, it is not uncommon to see casinos paying $500 or even $1,000 for a "catch" of 0 out of 20 on a 20 spot ticket with a $5.00 wager. Payouts vary widely by casino
Most casinos allow paytable wagers of 1 through 20 numbers, but some limit the choice to only 1 through 10, 12, and 15 numbers, or "spots" as the numbers selected are known. The probability of a player hitting all 20 numbers on a 20 spot ticket is 1 in 3,535,316,142,212,174,320. Even though it is virtually impossible to hit all 20 numbers on a 20 spot ticket, the same player would typically also get paid for hitting "catches" 0, 1, 2, 3, and 7 through 19 out of 20, often with the 17 through 19 catches paying the same amount as the solid 20 hit. Some of the other paying "catches" on a 20 spot ticket or any other ticket with high "solid catch" odds are in reality very possible to hit:Hits
1 in 843.380
1 in 86.446
1 in 20.115
1 in 8.009
1 in 4.877
1 in 4.287
1 in 5.258
1 in 8.826
1 in 20.055
1 in 61.420
1 in 253.801
1 in 1,423.822
1 in 10,968.701
1 in 118,084.920
1 in 1,821,881.628
1 in 41,751,453.986
1 in 1,496,372,110.872
1 in 90,624,035,964.712
1 in 10,512,388,171,906.553
1 in 2,946,096,785,176,811.500
1 in 3,535,316,142,212,174,320.000
Probabilities change significantly based on the number of spots that are picked on each ticket. References^ Online Keno odds
^ Shackleford, Michael. "Keno - Strategy and Odds by The Wizard of Odds"
Wizard of Odds Consulting, Inc. Retrieved 21 July 2010.
^ Casino advantages for various games
"Keno History". kenoonline.org. Retrieved 9 June 2015.
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"Chinese Gambling Games; Mysteries of Fan Tan And Boc Hop Bu. Two Popular Games in the Chinese Quarters of American Cities-- Superstitions of the Players. Boc Hop Bu
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Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Keno&oldid=1005831449". How to play Club Keno
Pick up a playslip at your favorite Lottery retailer. You may use the Michigan Lottery's Retail Finder tool at www
Michigan Lottery.com to find a location to play Club Keno.
Select how many numbers (spots) that you want to play per draw. You may select to play 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10 spots. The prize table that applies to your game is dependent on the number of spots you select.
Mark how many consecutive drawings you want to play, from 1 to 60.
Select your numbers from 1 to 80 or select Easy Pick to have your numbers randomly selected
The amount of numbers selected must match the number of spots you selected to play.
Don't forget about the Club Keno add-ons -- The Jack, Kicker, and Extra -- to increase your winnings!
Take your playslip to the retailer to pay and get your ticket printed. Your ticket will contain all of the information that you filled out on the playslip in addition to the draw number or draw numbers that apply to your ticket.
Watch for the Club Keno drawing results at a Club Keno retailer or enter your draw number or numbers on the Michigan Lottery website or mobile app to watch drawings and view results on the go.
Match your numbers to the winning numbers in the Club Keno drawing to win a prize. Match your numbers to the Extra winning numbers to win even more!
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