Keno Lingo: “Aggregate Limit”


Aggregate Limit is the total amount that can be paid to any one player in the course of any one Keno draw. For example, the Aggregate Limit might be 100,000. If a player picks 10 numbers, and hits all 10, then they get paid the aggregate limit, if they hit 15 out of 15 their payout doesn’t improve. Look at the game you are playing, and play the amount of numbers that is the lowest where the top prize is still the limit.

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