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An old type of wire cage that held keno balls. Most cages have been replaced by plastic hoppers. Also used to rever to the employees-only area where keno workers operate.
The actual act of calling the keno numbers, usually over an intercom. Performed by an casino employee,,,To draw the numbers for each game.
The casino employee who calls out the numbers during the keno game.
A Keno ticket has been cancelled before all games have played. Winnings are paid on games played and a refund is made on any games yet to play.
Cash Threshold
A pay out limit, beyond which, payment is completed by check.
To catch a number means that a number you have marked on your keno ticket has been drawn.
A keno game that requires you to catch all of the numbers you have marked on your ticket.
A keno game that requires you to catch none of the numbers you have marked on your ticket.
The time when no keno tickets will be written by the casino. Normally just before the draw until just after the draw.
Combination (Way) Ticket
A ticket in which groups of numbers are bet several different ways, allowing the player to spread money over several combinations.
Computer Ticket
A keno ticket generated by a computer.
The way a player wishes to play his ticket; written in a manner resembling a fraction, such as 2/4, 1/8, which translates into two four-spots and one eight-spot.
The "terms" of the wager. Normally written on the ticket. Generally refers to wagers other than straight ticket plays.
Correct Conditioning
The writing of a ticket to correspond with the exact wishes of the player.
Used by a keno player to mark numbers on a ticket. Similar to a child's crayon, but usually black.
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