Keno is a game of chance. There are people who not only believe that they can find the secret that will let them win more often than lose, but also try to sell this secret to other players. It’s important to remember that it cannot be true because you can’t do anything to predict the outcome. Despite this fact, some people use pattern strategy based on the Fibonacci sequence.

The theory of sequencing states that after 0 comes 1, after which you add 0 and 1 to get 1. Then 1 plus 1 makes 2. You keep adding numbers this way to get the next one. In Keno it would mean that after getting a 4 and a 2 in the last two rolls, in the next one you need to bet on 6. It would also mean that you can simply look at the last rounds of Keno you didn’t even participate in and get the next number to bet on. In addition to this theory being based on false assumptions, it also cannot work because the numbers in Keno don’t go over 80, while the Fibonacci sequence is unlimited.

Another way to use a pattern strategy, just as false as the previous one, is to pay attention to which numbers come up the most frequently. For example, if 17 kept coming up in three previous rounds, and especially if there is a pattern as to where it’s placed, then the assumption is that you can predict if and where it’s going to show up next. In reality is just as likely that 17 will help you win as it is to ruin your big win because it might as well be the only number you bet on that does not come up.

It’s easy to notice patterns in pretty much everything, but that doesn’t mean that they can in any way affect random events.