No. I usually just play 8 lines(which I split with my father) on a made up wheel of 20 #s. The wheel is actually a 10 number 6/7 7 line Super7 wheel combined with a 2/3 10 number 3 line wheel. I have not been playing keno that long and my first approach was to take 50% of 4 decades and wheel them according to the most frequently drawn #s in the past year. That netted me $50 in the first week but got slow as the #s changed. My next venture for 2 weeks was to combine hot/prior and frequently drawn #s which at least 50% would have to cross reference in all three areas. This is still very promising but the past week of Keno #S in Ontario have bee changing rapidly. Upon taking a closer look today I believe that I can do well overall by taking the three best performing decades on a constant basis(and the most frequently drawn of those decades) and combining them. This will span 70%, %70, and %60 respectively of which I have chosen decades 1-10, 11-20 and 50 -59. This is opposed to %50 of 4 decades. Tonight I have played all three as I feel the #s have settled down a bit. Just out of curiosity.
Here are the best numbers in the last 10 draws for The Atlantic Keno....
and here are two numbers that haven't show their ugly face in the last 10 draws...
and these ones have only showed up one time in the last 10 draws...
We will hear from them very soon...
For the Ontario Keno now...The best in the last ten draws are...
And These two have not showed their ugly faces in the last ten draws...
These ones have only appeared once in the last 10 draws...so we might hear from them soon...