Learn about the rich history of keno from past to present in this eBook. You will also learn about how Keno spread across Europe. All of the sections in the eBook are as follows: Introduction, History of Keno in the USA and Recommended Resources.
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Description: Learn about the rich history of keno from tracing its origins all the way back to early china, during the Hyn dynasty to the present day and age in this eBook. You will also learn about how Keno spread across Europe for hundreds of years before eventually finding its way to the United States in the early 19th century.
All of the sections in the eBook are listed as follows:
-History of Keno in the USA
The Introduction section introduces the topic of the eBook which is about the history of the game of keno from its origin in China to the modern day and age. The History of Keno in the USA section provides more detailed information on the spread of the game of keno to the United States of America.
The Recommended Resources section provides some additional related links for the avid player to find out about other gambling games they may be interested in.
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