It was a nice surprise coming home from work.
3/3 2 dollars = $50
4/4 2 dollars = $200
6/10 2 dollars = 0 =/

I played a six combination out of the 10 I posted also.
It was 5-7-11-62-65-66 and hit 5 on it. It was only 50 dollars
at 2 dollar bet. I was gonna play that 54 but I somehow
reasoned my way into not playing that 54 and played 55
instead =/.
But not bad for a days work. Maybe my luck is changing. Had
a horrible streak of losses with Keno so I took a break for a
while. Decided what the heck and played today.

44-66% of all winning hits from a repeat hit or numbers from one game out. Thats half of 20 right there.

56-71% of winning hits are from repeat numbers, one out, and two out numbers.

So for Keno look at repeat numbers first. Check to see if they are hot. Then check the skip and hit list and see how they hit right after they hit. If the number is high play it.
Then look at a number see if it is hot and one game out. Then check the skip and hit chart and see if it hits high one game out.
Same for two games out.
If you are gonna play a number farther out than 2 check the hit and skip list. See if there is a trend. Generally the trend is higher closer to the first hit, then it decreases as you get further draws away. An example is say hypothetically the number 6. It hits 6 times immediately on the hit and skip chart. Good number to play right after it hits. Then it is 1 for the next one and so on till the fifth draw. There it spikes to 8 hits when it is 5 games out. That is a good one to play 5 out.
Cold numbers are kinda tricky to play. Kinda a crap shoot. If you are gonna play a cold don't necessarily play the longest out. Anything out 10 is a good choice for a cold number in Keno since it is a daily draw. The nice thing about cold numbers is that you when they hit after a long dry run, they have a high probability of hitting right after they hit or one out from when they hit to compensate for the cold run. If you are gonna play cold numbers in a set of 10, play 3 max.
You can look at odd even ratio's also for Keno to help decide between two numbers. The norm is 10 odd 10 even. If you had a trend of say more odds in the last 5-10 games pick the even one or more even numbers for the next draws. What I mean by this is say in the last 10 draws thats 200 numbers there were say 14 more odds than evens. Then play more even numbers because mathematics says it will try to normalize in the next few draws.
Mind you I am still a noobie to lotteries and haven't done well in the 649 and Super 7, but I am reading and learning about them. This is what I have learned about Keno.
I was on a long losing streak for keno so I did some reading on Keno and this is what I found out about it. I played Keno like this last nite and did well.

You may look at my numbers, and see a general pattern in what I do when I select my numbers. I haven't wheeled keno numbers yet. What I do is select the numbers I think will come out and then play the numbers in sequence from 3 numbers to 10 numbers. Reason being I have been playing Keno for about a year. Before I was playing Keno based on the sequence of numbers that came out. I have actually looked at numbers and history for up to 6-8 hrs at a time. I was trying to find some common thread so I studied the draws for hours looking for some magic bullet theory. The closest thing I found from that was I could recognize 3-4 numbers that came out in sequence if a certain number I thought may come out. So If I thought say 29 was gonna come out. From my hours of study, I knew 19-22-27 came out with 29 sometimes. Just like last nite I thought 66 was gonna come out. I knew 66 came out sometimes with 62 and 5 and 11. But that took hours of looking at history. Sometimes I would get off work and look at the history from 1 am to 8 am then go to sleep and then go to work.
What I do now is still base my number selection at first on 3-4 numbers. Then I fill the rest in with the method I described in the previous post. Today I base it on 16-24-25 for Ontario Keno because this sequence of 3 has popped up before. And I built around it.
Hope this helps ya understand Keno abit more.

there are usually 6 repeats / 20 numbers or 3 / 10, so if my 20 numbers don't hit at least 6 then i'd be better off just playing the last 20. In a 20 numbers wheel a 8 number hit can generat 6 5 or 4 number hit it all depends on the wheel.

i also like to pick by breaking down the 70 numbers in many different ways, ie freq off all, repeat freq and sequence's of all and last 4 6 10 etc and then look at chuncks of the 70 numbers and say will the coldest come up next since they need to balance themselves with the rest of the numbers or will the hottest continue or will the middle ones be the best balanced etc but i always try to get some numbers from the last draw since 6 SHOULD always repeat.

I'm not married to this and if i don't hit i'll tweak it or change it completely to see what hits and of course learning what you people use as well.