(1) A player may play successive keno games by paying for the games in advance only if he or she remains on the licensed premises. A player requesting to play multiple and successive keno is limited to the number of successive games allowed by the house. All games must be paid for in advance and any and all prizes won must be personally claimed by the player after the last game paid for and before the next game begins. Failure to personally claim prizes won by the player after the multiple games played will result in forfeiture of any prizes won.

(2) Any licensee allowing play of successive keno games must clearly post the house limits as to the number of successive games allowed, the requirement for payment in advance for the number of games to be played, the requirement to remain on the licensed premises while the games are played, and the requirement to personally claim any prizes before leaving the premises.

(3) In no case may prizes won on previous games be automatically carried forward to extend play for games beyond the number indicated when the player paid the caller.

(4) Record keeping for the play of successive games must be in accordance with these rules.

History: 23-5-115, MCA; IMP, 23-5-412, MCA; EMERG, NEW, 1990 MAR p. 286, Eff. 2/9/90.