Pokeno can be played similar to keno. Each player except the dealer or “banker” is given a board and can bet on any figure that automatically covers a row and a column. The banker turns over playing cards and the players only cover the called ones that are in the two rows he bets on.
Gameplay. Each player, except the dealer, is given a board and some counters. If there are no more players than boards, the dealer can also play if they wish. The dealer or “caller” is dealt an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards, shuffles them and turns over the top one, announcing it.
Pokeno is a mix of bingo, poker and keno. The goal of the game is to get five squares in a line, either horizontally, vertically or diagonally. Distribute the Pokeno boards among all players and give each player 20 chips, then the dealer announces the cards out loud.
Pokeno 2 – This Pokeno game version offers 12 additional game boards when added to the original Pokeno set. Now up to 24 people can play Pokeno at the same time when playing with the original Pokeno game plus the Pokeno 2 game. You can also play Pokeno 2 without the original Pokeno playset.
It only contains 12. It also does not contain cards as shown in the picture. I bought it as a gift so didn’t want to open the chips but judging by the size of the pack I think it only contains 200 chips.
Pokeno® is a game that is a combination of poker and keno, although it’s much like playing bingo with regular playing cards. It consists of playing cards similar to bingo cards showing pictures of different playing cards.
Pokeno is a game manufactured by the United States Playing Card Company, the maker of Bicycle Playing Cards. This game is a combination of poker and keno (or lotto) and is similar to the game of bingo in several ways.
Po-Ke-No is a fun combination of poker and keno games. To play, you need special Po-Ke-No boards, poker chips, 4 cups and a deck of cards. Each player starts with a Po-Ke-No board and some chips.
Po-Ke-No ( 1930 )
The city’s name derives from the Maori village of Pokino, north of what is now the city center, which ceased to exist on the eve of General Cameron’s July 1863 invasion of the Waikato.