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Keno machines and your favorite place 2 play

Discussion in 'Casino Gaming' started by love2go2vegas, Nov 30, 2012.

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  1. love2go2vegas

    love2go2vegas Tourist

    Jan 6, 2008
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    I was wondering what casinos are liked the best for playing Keno (machines) I have played many different places on the strip and downtown but my favorite places were Venetian, Wynn, Planet Hollywood and the Palms.
    I also played out at Green Valley Ranch and that was a nice place to play.
    The very first place I ever played Keno in vegas was the Plaza sooo many years ago. Anyone have their favorites?
  2. rbspartan

    rbspartan Low-Roller

    Aug 8, 2009
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    My wife & I also started playing keno at the Plaza ... way back when. We migrated over to LVC because they comped EVERYTHING, and my wife knew everyone there, from Management to change girls & CWs. We would also play on a few of the old "boopers" single game machines over at the 'gate.

    As for today, we spend every February in a rented condo near Orleans. We don't get to the Strip much, because there are not a lot of keno there. Each casino has a few, but you have to hunt for them... and be aware of the pay-table changes. When we get downtown, we usually play the keno machines at El Cortez or Binions. ElCo have full-pay keno all over the casino. The ones near the Keno parlor tend to get a little dirty. Binions has quite a few newer Game King machines throughout the West side of the casino. The rest of the casinos downtown have a few, but not many machines.

    Elsewhere, when we are out & about, we play at:
    • Orleans (watch the pay-tables)
    • M Resort - many good new machines
    • Sam's Town - most are full-pay
    • Suncoast - Many full pay
    • and South Point

    Up until a couple of years ago, you could find 20-card keno at the .25 level. But now, when you find a machine that has 20-card, it plays nickels. :rolleyes2:

    Good Luck
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