Rules For Playing Bingo

by Administrator 13. September 2011 10:03

Bingo has been one of the most popular games since years. It is a fun game for children as well as adults and also helps you to relax your mind. However, before playing the game, if you are well versed with the rules and regulations, the excitement would be doubled. Here are some rules that you should keep in mind while playing bingo.

There are 25 squares in the bingo cards. Out of these, 24 squares consist of random numbers from 1 to 75. The 25th square, also known as the free space, is empty. You can see the word “bingo” athwart the top of the card. Each alphabet is a symbol of a column and each column contains a wide array of numbers.

Column B contains numbers ranging from 1 to 15. I column consist of numbers from 16 to 30, N column from 31 to 45, column G from 46 to 60 and column O from 61 to 75.
The numbers of the cards are declared by the announcer. The announcer draws a ball and names the number and the letter. In the beginning of the game, a pattern will be given to you and you have to match it if you want to get bingo. This pattern could either be a design or a straight line. It could also be a vertical, horizontal or diagonal line.

As the different numbers are called out, your task is to mark the number if it is there on your bingo card. The person who matches all the numbers in the first place wins bingo. So, bingo is a very easy game provided that you pay attention to it.

One thing you must watch out is that you should have a fair idea about the pattern of bingo that you have. You must not get lost in the pattern while marking your numbers. You must also be completely attentive towards the announcer. If you engage in something else, you would probably miss out the numbers and give a chance to someone else to win.

Thus, bingo is a fun game to play and is very easy also. To play this amazing game, just visit Texas Charity Bingo Halls located in Killeen, Copperas Cove, Bryan and Georgetown, Texas.

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