Quiz Keno is an early trivia/knowledge game mixed in with the luck of Keno (lotto). One person, who can can also choose to be a player, takes the part of "Questioner" and reads the questions and keep tracks of cards and answers. The "Questioner" changes at the end of each game. The players in the game each get an answer card which is set up like a Keno card. Each of these cards have 5 headings (same on all cards): Artists/Authors, Headliners, Military Men, Statesmen, and Famous Women. When a quiz card is drawn and the question asked, a player having the correct answer on his/her card marks the spot with a mini poker chip. The first player to get a straight row of chips (vertical, horizontal, or diagonally) wins the game. The "Questioner" reviews the answers to make sure all answers were correct. Cards can be exchanged between players before a new game begins. There are 75 Cards with 2 questions (A&B) on each card. The backside of the card contains one answer which is correct for both A&B questions. This yields a total of 150 different questions. The 12 Keno/Answer cards are different from each other. Simple, straight-forward game mechanics, but the game rules state that modifications to game can be made by player consensus.