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(1) Approved variations of keno are:

(a) A straight ticket in which a player picks from one to ten numbers and wagers that the numbers will be duplicated entirely or in part from the group of numbers drawn.

(b) A split ticket consisting of two or more straight tickets written on a single keno card. Each group on a split ticket is treated as if it were a single straight ticket.

(c) A way ticket in which a player selects three or more equal groups of numbers which when taken at least two groups at a time comprise several straight ticket combinations.

(d) A combination way ticket in which a player simultaneously combines any or all of the variations described in (1)(a), (b), and (c).

(e) A king ticket in which a single number, commonly known as a king number, is matched with each group of numbers selected. The king number is treated as any circled number group as used in way and combination way tickets.

(2) A group of numbers resulting from combining smaller groups for way, combination way, or king tickets may not exceed a total of ten numbers.

History: 23-5-115, MCA; IMP, 23-5-412, MCA; NEW, 1991 MAR p. 1942, Eff. 10/18/91; AMD, 2009 MAR p. 2480, Eff. 12/25/09.

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