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The objective of the game is to select how many Heads or Tails will be drawn in a single game.

 

The game makes betting on Heads or Tails more challenging, giving you the chance to significantly increase your wins.  

Heads or Tails Margins is an exciting new way to play Heads or Tails.

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Choose one or more selections from the Heads or Tails columns and tap purchase

Success!

Collect your ticket.

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You are now playing your chosen selections in the next game draw

Choose a Margin

Play Heads or Tails Margins


Select Heads or Tails Margins for a chance to increase your win

How to play Keno Margins

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How does Margins work?

All selections from 11+ Tails to 16+ Tails will receive a winning payout as per below example.

If you spent $6, selected 11+, 12+,13+, 14+, 15+ and 16+ Tails to be drawn, your total win payout is $541.90


$1 on 11+ Tails = $2 win

$1 on 12+ Tails = $3.70 win

$1 on 13+ Tails = $8.20 win

$1 on 14+ Tails = $23 win 

$1 on 15+ Tails = $85 win 

$1 on 16+ Tails = $420 win

Check the Margin result on the Keno game screen

Example

16 Tails were drawn on the game grid above.

How do you win?

Total Payout = $541.90

A result of 12+ Tails would win $5.70 for a $4 bet*

Play the odds for a chance to increase your win

With Heads or Tails Margins, you can make one or more selections per game, meaning that you could win multiple times on the same ticket or play both sides of the draw.

*Win amount equals $2.00 + $3.70. 

$1 placed on each selection for one game.

The Stack

A result of 14+ Heads would win $36.90 for a $4 bet

The Hedge

*Win amount equals $2.00 + $3.70 + $8.20 + $23.00. 

$1 placed on each selection for one game.

What is Keno Heads or Tails Margins?

Keno Heads or Tails Margins is a new fun way to play the Heads or Tails game, giving players the chance to significantly increase their return.


How does Keno Heads or Tails Margins differ from Heads and Tails?

Instead of choosing Heads, Tails or Evens, players choose how many Heads or Tails will be drawn in a single game. Players can make one or more selections per game, meaning they can win multiple times on the same ticket, as well as play both sides of the draw.


What does the + mean?

When looking at the pay table, the + symbol means ‘or more’. For example 12+ Heads means that this selection wins if 12 ‘or more’ numbers are drawn in the Heads half of the screen.


Why does a Margins ticket sometimes cost more than $1 to play a single game?

Each selection is an individual outcome. When playing, you select the spend per selection and the number of games. Spend $1 per selection and play three selections in the same game and the ticket will cost you $3 per game.


How much can you win?  

The pay table increases as the number of Heads or Tails drawn in a game increases. The maximum amount you could win for $1 is $525,000. The bigger the margin, the bigger the payout!


How do I work out the result?

A new addition to the Keno game screen will show the Margins result. Eg Tails Win 16+ Look for it at the top next to the Heads or Tails result.


How does the payout work?

The Heads or Tails Margins result determines which selections will be paid. For example, if you selected 13+ and 14+ Tails, and the result was 16+ Tails, you would win prizes for both of your selections. For each $1 invested you would receive $8.20 for 13+ Tails and $23.00 for 14+ Tails. A total of $31.20 for a $2 investment ($1 per selection).


Where do I play Margins?

Margins is only available in Victoria via the Keno operator or on the Keno Touch. A game card does not exist for Keno Heads or Tails Margins.

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