An Easy Bingo Online Casino Game For Beginners

Let’s jump straight into it.

To start, each player buys at least one ticket which consists of a grid of numbers. Numbers are drawn at random and called out. If a number called matches a number on a ticket, it is daubed or marked out.

The objective with Bingo is to daub columns, rows, diagonals or even all numbers on your ticket.

As the Caller randomly selects and announces a number, listen out for your number, and scratch out the number on your ticket if it is called. It’s your job to keep up with the pace of calling and daubing, which is half the fun of Bingo. At the first sight of a line of correctly matched numbers on your ticket shout ‘Bingo’ or ‘Yes’ or ‘House’ and you’ll win a prize.

The prizes you win depend on the game you’re playing.

90-Ball Bingo

Players choose upfront how many games they’d like to play. Typically, 30 games would be represented by a book of 30 tickets.

On each ticket you’ll have 15 numbers.

You’ll recognise 90-ball by the numbers on each of the tickets. The numbers feature in nine columns with three squares each. A number or two from 1-9 (in no particular order) appears in the first column; 10-19 in the second column, and so forth.

Bear in mind that 12 random squares stand empty.

Overall, you would need to work at having a minimum of six cards in 90-ball to up your chances at having every number from 1 to 90 represented.

75-Ball Bingo

Each ticket has five columns of five squares each, with every square containing a number. The middle square is a designated free space.

Each column is headed by a letter spelling BINGO.

The “B” column has five numbers (in no particular order) from 1–15

The “I” 16–30

The “N” 31–45

The “G” 46–60

The “O” 61–75

Listen out as letter and number combinations are called.

A 75-Ball card contains six tickets, making this way of playing super exciting.

While Bingo halls are fun, the online version of both these games offers additional player benefits. Firstly, it sorts your cards. This is so that your card, that has the most chance of winning, remains on the top. It also automatically keeps track of numbers called out and forewarns you when a card is about to win.

Bingo Going Back

Bingo has come a long way since the 1500s when it first originated in Italy. Traditionally you had a Caller pick a number on a ball from a sack and call out the number on the card.

Bingo halls were particularly popular in England where the game migrated to. They were where villagers flocked to share a good meal, catch up on the day’s news and enjoy a spot of entertainment.

Today you’ll find Bingo halls, clubs (with the mechanised form of the game) and online Bingo in such far-flung corners of the world as Quebec and India, where it is known by its respective names as Kenzo and Tabola.