Power Keno follows the same rules as standard keno, except that all winnings are quadrupled if the player catches the 20th ball drawn. A similar game called FirePower exists, with the exception that in that game, wins are quadrupled if the first ball is caught rather than the last.
Rules of Power Keno
The player selects two to ten numbers from one to eighty.
The game will select 20 numbers at random from a range of 1 to 80.
The player is paid based on how many of his picks match the game's numbers.
Any win will be quadrupled if the first number drawn is a match.
The pay tables for Power Keno are listed below. On the bottom side, you'll see the returns.
The likelihood of each number of picks and catches for Pay Table 2 is shown in the table below.
The return for each number of picks and catches is shown in the table below. The cumulative return of the game is shown in the bottom row. The payoff*probability*(1+3*(catches/20)) is the table's body. The cumulative return is shown in the bottom row. For the pick-10 game, for example, the lower right cell shows an 89.25% return.