Games Similar To Keno
Games Like Keno
So you like Keno and can’t get enough of it. Well there is going to be times where you can’t find a place to play Keno or feel like trying something a little different for a little bit. Well then you might as well figure out some other games that are similar to Keno so you can get your Keno fix until you are back at home in front of your computer or for something to play while giving Keno a short break.
Below we will go over some games that remind people of Keno and can be used to get you by until you can get back to the real Keno
Another game that has been around for a long, long time, Bingo just continues to gain popularity both online and at Bingo halls around the world.
Players buy a card with predetermined numbers on it, a caller draws the balls/numbers and announces them to the Bingo players. Once a player has completed a line along their card they call out loud “Bingo”. After the card has been checked out to ensure that the player is indeed a winner the game is complete and a new game will then begin.
Lotto is the most played game in the world. It is played in almost every nation and in North America each Provence and State have their own Lotto. A player must first determine which Lotto they are going to play. After the player has decided which game they will then need to pick out a certain number of numbers. Sometime over the next couple days or even a week the numbers will be called. The person who matched all of the numbers wins. If no one matched all numbers then the person with the next highest amount of matched numbers will win. If there are more than one person who wins then the players will split the winning amount.
Backgammon is an exciting game for 2 players. The goal of the game is to move all of your checkers into your own home board so that you can begin to remove them from the board. The player to remove of of his/her checkers off of the board first is the winner.
By rolling dice, players figure out how many moves they can make. Another ancient game that is a great game to play no matter here you are as a Backgammon board fold over and close like a briefcase for easy transportation.
And this is Hugh Hefner’s game of choice. So anything that Hef likes, I like too!
Another simply amazing game, Roulette has also been around forever. Players stand around a table that is connected to a spinning wheel where a ball will be dropped eventually falling into place into one of the 37 numbered slots. Players place bets on where the they think the ball will land. Players can bet on single numbers, groups of numbers or plenty of other options
Players can place numerous bets and can wager any amount up to the table maximum. Overall a great alternative to Keno
Rock, Paper, Scissors
For some people all they are looking for is a game to play. Maybe its the competitive nature of humans or the chance to beat someone at something. But Rock, Paper, Scissors, or RPS, has been around for a very long time and has been used to determine winners, settle disputes and plenty of other things.
This game is so simple that even young children play it. 2 players stand facing each other. The player then hold on of their hands palm up while making a fist with the other hand. At the same time the players call “Rock, Paper, Scissors, GO” while banging their fists into their palm. When the players call GO each person must make the shape of the 3 possible things; Rock = Fist, Paper = Open hand Palm down, Scissors = 2 fingers.
From there its easy; Rock crushes Scissors, Paper covers Rock, Scissors cut Paper. A draw means the game begins again. Many times people play best of 3,5 or 7 games.