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KENO 41% public lands. Beginning at Klamath Falls; south on US Hwy 97 to Oregon-California state line; west on state line to Copco Rd; north on Copco Rd to State Hwy 66; east on Hwy 66 to Jackson- Klamath Co line; north on Jackson-Klamath Co line to Dead Indian Rd; northeast on Dead Indian Rd to FR 3601; north on 3601 to State Hwy 140; east on Hwy 140 to FR 3661; north on 3661 to Fourmile Lk; northwest on Forest Trail 993 to Pacific Crest Trail; north on Pacific Crest Trail to south boundary of Crater Lk NP; east on south boundary of Crater Lk NP to State Hwy 62; southeast on Hwy 62 to Hwy 97; south on Hwy 97 to Klamath Falls, point of beginning. (Maps: Winema NF).

Hunts are for the 2020 season unless otherwise noted

Unit wide hunts

  • Keno Unit (131)
  • Keno Unit Bow (131R)
  • Keno Unit Youth (231T)
  • SE Cascades (231X)
  • South Central (731A)

Sub-unit hunts

  • W High Cascade (119A) – Page 1 (pdf) Page 2 (pdf)

Contact:

Klamath office 541-883-5732

Hunt series key:

100 series – buck deer
200 series – elk
400 series – pronghorn
500 series – bighorn sheep
600 series – antlerless deer
700 series – spring black bear
900 series – Rocky Mountain goat

NOTE: This information is for reference use only, and is not intended to replace the information found in the current Big Game Regulations. Please consult the Big Game Regulations before purchasing tags or planning your hunting excursions.

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KENO 41% public lands. Beginning at Klamath Falls; south on US Hwy 97 to Oregon-California state line; west on state line to Copco Rd; north on Copco Rd to State Hwy 66; east on Hwy 66 to Jackson- Klamath Co line; north on Jackson-Klamath Co line to Dead Indian Rd; northeast on Dead Indian Rd to FR 3601; north on 3601 to State Hwy 140; east on Hwy 140 to FR 3661; north on 3661 to Fourmile Lk; northwest on Forest Trail 993 to Pacific Crest Trail; north on Pacific Crest Trail to south boundary of Crater Lk NP; east on south boundary of Crater Lk NP to State Hwy 62; southeast on Hwy 62 to Hwy 97; south on Hwy 97 to Klamath Falls, point of beginning. (Maps: Winema NF).

Oregon keno

Keno is the Oregon game drawn every four minutes with 56 ways to win and a $30,000 average jackpot! Bulls-Eye, Multiplier, and three prize structures to choose from add to the thrills of this fast-paced game.

A Keno wager costs $1, and you can bet up to $20 per game. The rolling eight-spot jackpot averages $30,000.

Drawings are held every four minutes between 5:00 AM and 2:30 AM PT seven days a week , and the more you match, the more you win.

Keno is played with spots (numbers) from 1 through 80. In each drawing, 20 out of 80 numbers are randomly chosen. The more you match, the more you win. Whether you win and how much depends on how many spots you match.

How to Play

To play Keno, fill in how many spots you’d like to play (1-10) on your play slip. Now select your wager, from $1 to $20.

Next, pick your numbers, or choose Quick Pick to have the numbers auto-generated. The selection generates one set of numbers per game you play.

You can also play your favorite numbers for multiple consecutive games. Just choose the number of draws you want to play, from 1 to 100 – there’s a $100 maximum wager.

Choose the time you want to play with Keno To Go. You can select the time you want your games to start today. If you don’t choose a time, your games start right away.

Choose from Three Prize Structures

The normal Keno prize structure has up to seven prize levels in each game, so there are plenty of ways to win.

But there’s more! The Special Keno option lets you play for bigger top prizes, with fewer smaller prizes, at no extra cost. There’s a prize of up to $1 million on the 10-spot game! Mark Yes on your play slip to select Special Keno, or choose No to play regular Keno.

The third option, Keno Bulls-Eye, offers the chance to play for larger prizes plus more chances to win. Bulls-Eye prizes are added to any Keno prizes. Keep reading for more on Bulls-Eye.

Keno Multiplier

Add Muliplier for the chance to multiply your Keno prize up to 10 times! The Multiplier can be 1x, 2x, 3x, 5x, or 10x. It costs $1 for every $1 Keno wager. Bulls-Eye and Jackpot Bonus prizes aren’t multiplied.

The table below shows how frequently the Keno Multiplier numbers are drawn on average – 2x and 10x are drawn 55% of the time.

Keno Multiplier Frequency

Multiplier Average Percentage Drawn Overall Average Odds*
1x 45% 1 in 2.22
2x 28.3% 1 in 3.53
3x 16% 1 in 6.25
5x 9.7% 1 in 10.31
10x 1% 1 in 100
*Rounded to the nearest hundredth

Bulls-Eye

You can add the Bulls-Eye option for more ways to win plus larger prizes. How does it work? Once the 20 winning Keno numbers are drawn, the Bulls-Eye arrow lands at random on one of those 20 numbers – the Bulls-Eye. If you win a Keno or Special Keno prize, and also match the Bulls-Eye number, you’ll win both the Keno prize and the Bulls-Eye prize! You can add Bulls-Eye to a regular Keno or Special Keno play, and the ticket cost increases $1 for every $1 Keno wager.

Jackpot Bonus

This feature lets you win the extra Jackpot Bonus if you match all the numbers in an 8-spot game. The jackpot keeps rolling over and growing with every draw until it’s won. The Jackpot Bonus is pari-mutuel if there are multiple Jackpot Bonus winners in a game.

Prizes and Odds

Keno offers 56 ways to win cash – match more spots and win more! The tables below show the prize payouts and odds for Keno, Special Keno, and Bulls-Eye according to how many numbers you match in a 1-10 spot game. You can even win a prize by not matching any spots in the 10 spot game! The Keno prizes listed are based on a $1 play. Bulls-Eye prizes listed are based on a $2 play.

10 Spot Game

10 Spot Game Prizes and Odds for Keno, Special Keno and Bulls-Eye

Match Keno Prize* Special Keno Prize** Bulls-Eye Prize***
10 $200,000 $1,000,000 $300,000
9 $4,500 $22,000 $15,500
8 $500 $1,200 $1,000
7 $55 $140 $95
6 $10 $4 $25
5 $2 $0 $5
4 $0 $0 $5
3 $0 $0 $2
2 $0 $0 $2
1 $0 $0 $5
0 $5 $0 $0
Odds: 1 in 9.05 Odds: 1 in 75.57 Odds: 1 in 8
*Keno odds.
**Special Keno odds. Keno payout: 68% (includes Jackpot Bonus)
***Bulls-Eye odds. Bulls-Eye Payout: 65%
Maximum prize per ticket in a prize category is $1,000,000
The $1,000,000 Keno prize is a cash prize (minus federal and state withholding)

9 Spot Game

9 Spot Game Prizes and Odds for Keno, Special Keno and Bulls-Eye

Match Keno Prize* Special Keno Prize** Bulls-Eye Prize***
9 $50,000 $75,000 $100,000
8 $3,000 $4,000 $5,000
7 $215 $300 $345
6 $25 $40 $50
5 $4 $2 $11
4 $1 $0 $5
3 $0 $0 $2
2 $0 $0 $2
1 $0 $0 $5
Odds: 1 in 6.53 Odds: 1 in 25.68 Odds: 1 in 8.89
*Keno odds.
**Special Keno odds. Keno payout: 68% (includes Jackpot Bonus)
***Bulls-Eye odds. Bulls-Eye Payout: 65%
Maximum prize per ticket in a prize category is $1,000,000
The $1,000,000 Keno prize is a cash prize (minus federal and state withholding)

8 Spot Game

The 8 Spot Game features a rolling Jackbot Bonus! If you match 8 of 8 you’ll win that prize AND the Jackpot Bonus prize!

Information on Keno, the Oregon Lottery draw game that plays every four minutes with 56 ways to win. Special Keno, Bulls-Eye, Multiplier, and Jackpot Bonus add to the excitement. Find out how to play, drawing schedule, prizes and odds.