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Keno Odds Calculator

Odds Calculator for Keno

Data

Game Details
Numbers Selected
Bet Amount$
Jackpot Amount$
Pay Table
MatchCollectType
0 $ %
1 $ %
2 $ %
3 $ %
4 $ %
5 $ %
6 $ %
7 $ %
8 $ %
9 $ %
10 $ %
11 $ %
12 $ %
13 $ %
14 $ %
15 $ %

Results

Enter data and press 'Calculate' to analyze.

Help

This is a free online Keno odds calculator which will determine the return, house advantage and jackpot break-even point (if any) for a given Keno pay table.

Enter the data into the relevant fields. Below is a description of what each field represents. When this page first loads it has data entered for 8 numbers selected with a jackpot awarded for matching all 8 numbers.

Game Details
Numbers Selected: The number of selections made by the player. Select an integer between 1 and 15.
Bet Amount: The bet made by the player. Enter as a floating point number between 0.01 and 10. Do not use a dollar sign.
Jackpot Amount: The size of the jackpot if on offer. Enter as a floating point number between 0 and 10000000. Do not use a dollar sign.

Pay Table
Match: The number of player selected numbers that match the 20 numbers drawn by the house.
Collect: The pay out in dollars or percentage of the jackpot depending on Type selected (see below) for each Match. If type selected is dollar amount ($) enter as a floating point number between 0 and 10000000. If type selected is percentage of the jackpot (%) enter as a floating point number between 0 and 100. Do not use any symbols (i.e. $ or %).
Type: The type of collect, either a dollar amount ($) or percentage of the jackpot (%).

Once the data is correctly entered press the "Calculate" button to analyze. Below is a description of what each result represents.

Summary
Return on $x bet: The average amount the player will collect each time a game of Keno with the given data is played.
House Advantage: The percentage of the total amount bet the the house will win on average. A negative number represents a player advantage.
Jackpot Break-even Point: The amount the jackpot needs to reach for there to be zero house advantage.

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