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WINNING CATEGORIES


To win, all you have to do is to match your selected numbers to the numbers drawn. The more numbers you match, the more you win.

Following is a payout table showing the number of times your stake will be multiplied when you win with the Quick Keno game. (Click on the image to see the table enlarged)

 

Keno   LIMITATION ON
THE PRIZE FUND

*In the first
category of GAME
TYPES 10, 9, and 8,
if the total winnings
for any Draw exceed
€250,000,
€125,000 and
€62,500 respectively, winners share the
above amount
according to the
participation value of
their STAKE.

The following examples have been based on winnings for the first category of GAME TYPE 10.

Example A
If Player A plays GAME TYPE [10] with a STAKE of €0.50 and Player B plays GAME TYPE [10] with a STAKE of €1.00, the total number of basic columns (i.e. columns with the basic price of €0.50) created will be 3.

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If both their selections (all 10 numbers) are included in the numbers drawn, they will both be winners of the Top Category of GAME TYPE [10]. In this case their winnings will be calculated as follows:

Winnings per basic column = 100,000 x €0.50 = €50,000
Player A’s Winnings = €50,000 x 1 basic columns = €50,000
Player B’s Winnings = €50,000 x 2 basic columns = €100,000

Example B
If Player A plays GAME TYPE [10] with a STAKE of €2.00, the total number of basic columns (i.e. columns with the basic price of €0.50) created will be 4.

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If his selection (all 10 numbers) is included in the numbers drawn, the player will be a winner of the Top Category of GAME TYPE [10]. In this case his winnings will be calculated as follows:

Winnings per basic column = 100,000 x €0.50 = €50,000
Player A’s Winnings = €50,000 x 4 basic columns = €200,000

Example C
If Player A plays GAME TYPE [10] with a STAKE of €2.00 and Player B plays GAME TYPE [10] with a STAKE of €1.00, the total number of basic columns (i.e. columns with the basic price of €0.50) created will be 6.

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In this case, their winnings will be calculated as follows:

Winnings per basic column = 250,000 / 6 (no of basic columns)                                              =  €41,666.67
Player A’s Winnings = €41,667.67 x 4 basic columns                                 =  €166,666.67  
Player B’s Winnings = €41,667.67 x 2 basic columns                                 =  €83,333.33  

Winnings for the first category of GAME TYPES 9 and 8 are calculated in the same way as shown in the above examples.

This rule does not apply in the lower winning categories.

A winner of a particular Draw in any Category is precluded from claiming a prize in lower winning categories by virtue of the same column for the same Draw i.e. if you play GAME TYPE 7 and match 5 of the numbers drawn, you will win the prize for the Category 5 / 7 ONLY, which will be equal to 15 (Payout) x Your STAKE.

 

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