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Special Tickets

 

Many casinos, as an inducement for unsophisticated or nonserious players, offer special tickets with varying prices and payoffs.

A few years back I was eating breakfast in a small casino in Lake Tahoe, away from the center of the town, and, having been given a keno Sitelet explaining a special three-spot ticket priced at 30¢ with a payoff of $35 if all three numbers caught, I picked my favorite numbers, 1, 11, and 30, paid the 30¢, and ate my breakfast.

After seventeen numbers were shown on the keno board, my ticket was worthless, with none of my numbers catching. Then 30, 11, and 1 flashed, and I was a winner of $35. I took that $35, went to the online blackjack games tables and parlayed it into $200. A pleasant morning indeed.

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