Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Bingo!

New contributor Kirstian Stoynaov examines the best ways to play bingo and the strategies to follow

Bingo is a game that is fun to play. The joy and excitement of it stems from its relatively simple rules and engaging gameplay. For many, both young and old, nothing can quite match the passion and thrills witnessed in a bingo hall.

 

However, some of the magic found in reality can also be brought home in the form of online bingo websites. The newest bingo sites in UK allow players to experience immersive graphics and fantastic gameplay, as well as enjoyable community elements.

 

Furthermore, players can play these bingo games on handheld devices such as tablets and mobile phones. This means that ‘bingo fun’ can follow you around wherever you go. In the following sections, I examine through the best bingo strategies that can boost the odds of winning and enable you to shout that famous phrase.

 

Granville Bingo Strategy

One of the most popular bingo strategies was developed by Granville. It is based on following through with some simple rules to improve your statistical odds of victory. The strategy is based on having an equal number of high and low numbers. Additionally, you should have an equal number of odd and even numbers as well as an equal number of numbers which end in a specific number. You can easily apply this strategy to your game and see whether it works for you.

 

Tippet Bingo Strategy

A slightly more complex strategy was developed by Tippet. It is useful for a typical 75 ball game of bingo. The strategy states that the more time is spent on a 75 game, the more likely it becomes that a number closer to 35 will be drawn. If the game is short, then a number is more likely to be closer to either 1 or 75. You can use this knowledge to plan your numbers based on the length of a game. If a game is long then going for numbers near 35, whereas if a game is short, then you should go for numbers near to either 1 or 75.

 

Online Bingo Strategy

The online bingo experience can have certain differences when compared to the real-life bingo hall version. You can capitalize on these differences by taking advantage of the various offers. Many bingo websites will have exclusive bonuses for new signups and regular customers. Therefore, you should continuously check back to see if you have new bonuses waiting for you. Additionally, you should get to know the specific prizes and rules of the various bingo rooms. It is also recommended to buy as many bingo cards as possible to boost your chances of success. Not every room is the same, and by getting to understand them better, you can have an advantage over other players. You can also socialize with other players in chatrooms to gain access to random prizes. There are always competitions running which you should be sure to enter. You can also try playing at less busy times since there will be a greater chance of you winning the jackpot.

 

Closing Thoughts

You will now have a clearer idea of the best bingo strategies, and how you can implement them to your game. By following these tips, you will have a better chance of finally being able to call yourself a bingo champion. Whether you are playing online, or in a bingo hall, you can use these tips to increase your chances of winning. In the end, however, everyone’s a winner since the point of bingo is to let loose and have as much fun as possible. If you manage to achieve that, then shouting bingo will simply be the cherry on top.

 

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