Bingo is also called Lotto and it’s a game of chance whereby players match up numbers on a grid. It remains one of the most popular forms of low-priced gambling globally and it’s a game that dates to the 1500s when it was known as Beano. What makes Bingo such an incredibly popular game is that the rules and instructions are simple and easy to learn and the type of Bingo you play is decided by the numbers on your ticket.
How to Play Bingo
For starters, you need to place your bets when playing online, once you have selected the game you are going to play, and the tickets cost from as little as 1p. The games start with the first number getting announced and the system will tick it off. Numbers continue being generated until you have filled a line or a full ticket. When playing online there are added advantages and they are:
Autoplay – Here the system automatically marks the numbers off instead of you frantically searching for them.
Card Sorting – The computer sorts your cards into order assisting in increasing your winning chances.
Card Highlighting – the system is primed to alert you when you are close to a win.
Different Types of Bingo
There are several Bingo variants, and the main differences are the amount of numbers on the tickets. The Bingo variants are:
90 Ball bingo
80 Ball Bingo
75 Ball Bingo
Some online sites offer unique Bingo variants like Burst Bingo where balloons pop to reveal the numbers and Rainbow Riches Bingo with numbers on four-leaf clovers
Playing Bingo in Bingo Halls or online is similar, however playing online you get to enjoy a game with a cup of tea while relaxing on the sofa at any time of the day or night be it from a mobile device or on your desktop.