Keno Glossary Terms
All or nothing - A type of keno bet that requires all numbers chosen to be drawn out in order to win.
Balls - Balls, numbered 1 through 80, that are randomly drawn to pick the keno winners.
Blower - A "bubble", usually of plexiglass, from which keno balls travel through a tube and their numbers drawn.
Caller - The person who calls out each game's winning numbers.
Draw - The method of ascertaining the winning numbers done by a person (if the game is offline) or a software (if it's online).
High-end ticket - A keno ticket that pays out greater winnings when players correctly guess a lot of numbers.
Keno - A bingo-like gambling game that uses a "bubble" containing 80 balls numbered 1 through 80. Players place bets based on the numbers drawn.
Keno board - A big screen or other visual display where you can view all the numbers in every single game.
Keno counter - A device (in land-based casinos) that registers the keno ticket.
Paytable - A printed or posted bulletin of each payoff based on the type of bet.
Video keno - Keno that's played on an electronic screen, similar to slots and video poker.