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Reducing Numbers

 

How a reducing system could improve your odds with Kenostats and Kenopays

A reducing system is a system that allows you to play the game at a fraction of the original cost. These systems help the player reduce the larger pools and groups of numbers they choose and increase their chances of winning multiply prizes.

There are lots of systems out there that can help a person determined to win at Keno.  You just need to know which numbers to choose.  This is where Kenostats and Kenopays comes in, giving you pools and/or  smaller groups of numbers to use.

Here is an example of a 12 numbers system for Keno. To cover the 12 numbers where at least 6 numbers are drawn within your 12, at a dollar per play, it would cost you a grand total of $924.

Yup, it would be nearly a grand. Now if you had that amount of money, I’m pretty sure you wouldn’t be betting at Keno. Plus it would be pretty funny or stupid to see you spend that amount of money on one draw even though you would win.

Here is a system that can only cost you for $6. Compared to $924, you should appreciate how cheap this $6 is. The concept of this system is to play your 12 numbers on 6 tickets. If the 6 winning numbers are drawn and are also within your group of 12 numbers; you are guaranteed to have at least 4 out of 6 winning numbers on one of your 6 tickets. It would then make you win at least a third of the prize. If you’re lucky you might even win the 2nd or the jackpot prize. If you are unlucky, you just wasted $6.

However, at least you didn’t waste a thousand bucks with the same potential to still lose.

To illustrate this better here is example. you pick 12 numbers on six tickets. The 12 numbers you selected were the following numbers from 1 to 12. Here is how you could arrange these 12 numbers. You can even substitute your numbers on the following example.

  1. Ticket 1 – 1,2,3,4,5,6
  2. Ticket 2 – 1,2,3,7,8,9
  3. Ticket 3 – 1,2,3,10,11,12
  4. Ticket 4 – 4,5,6,7,8,9
  5. Ticket 5 – 4,5,6,10,11,12
  6. Ticket 6 – 7,8,9,10,11,12

If  playing a 6 Number Reduced Systems

Select six numbers between one and eighty and place them in the selections boxes. As an example we'll say that you've chosen numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6.

Copy your six selections vertically down the chart into the boxes without any [X] in them. You are only permitted to place your numbers in the open boxes in each row: 

Transfer the four numbers from each line to a standard Keno form. You'll end up with three tickets of four numbers each.

Below is an example of how a reduced systems looks prior to being filled in with your selections.

6 to 4 Reduced System = 3 Tickets

Selections[  ] [  ] [  ] [  ] [  ] [ ]

Ticket 1. [  ] [  ] [X] [X] [  ] [  ] [X] [X]

Ticket 2. [  ] [X] [X] [  ] [X] [X] [  ] [  ]

Ticket 3. [X] [X] [  ] [  ] [  ] [X] [X] [  ]

Now, let’s fill this system in for you so you can see just how easy it is to use reduced system. Don’t forget that the numbers we've chosen for you are: 1, 2, 3, 4,5 and 6.

Selections[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]

Ticket 1. [1] [2] [X] [ 4] [5] [X]

Ticket 2. [1] [X] [3] [X] [5] [6]

Ticket 3. [X] [2] [3] [4] [X] [6]

Transfer of Numbers

In the above example the numbers you would transfer to each Keno ticket would be as follows:

Ticket 1.   1, 2, 4, 5.
Ticket 2.   1, 3, 5, 6.
Ticket 3.   2, 3, 4, 6.

At a cost of $1 for each ticket your total cost to play one game using this particular system would be $3. For an outlay of $3 you have three chances of snaring all four numbers on one ticket. A four number Keno win usually pays $50 so it’s not a bad result for an outlay of only $3 if your numbers happen to come out!

In the previous example you'll find that if all six of your selections are drawn you have three winning Keno tickets of four numbers each. The result of three four wins would be three times $50 which makes a total of $150. $150 collected on one game is a pretty good result for an outlay of only $3.

Five winning numbers among your six selections guarantees one four number win and two three number wins.

Four winning numbers among your six selections will provide a minimum of two three number wins plus one two number win. Naturally you also have three chances at a four number win.

Three winning numbers among your six selections will provide a minimum of two two number wins plus three chances of a three number win.

Two winning numbers among your six selections will provide a minimum of one two number win with the chance of another two number win.

There are other systems that can be found on the internet that claim to help your odds of winning. However they would require you to pay to learn more about their systems. Be very wise if you decide to pay for a simple reducing system. Kenostats and Kenopays gives you these and make it easy to decide. You make what every size combinations you want using all the numbers and there positions from the previous draws. Create your own reducing system by following one of the two systems above.

 

 

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