The object of bingo is to achieve a
certain pattern on a bingo card by
marking out numbers that are called by
the host during the game. Most bingo
cards have the letters "B," "I," "N,"
"G" and "O" running horizontally across
the face of the card. A column of
numbers is under each letter.
Take a bingo card from the host and have
Cover the "Free" space in the centre of
your card with a marker.
Listen as the host calls out a letter
and number such as "B-3."
Find the "B" column.
Look to see if you have a "3" in the
column under the "B."
Place a marker over the "B-3" if you
Listen as the host continues to call out
letters and numbers.
Place markers over the letter and number
combinations that appear on your card.
Yell out "BINGO!" as soon as you cover
the numbers in a winning pattern -
usually a straight line going
horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
Call out the numbers you've marked in
your winning pattern when the host asks
Collect your prize from the host after
the numbers are verified.
The best way you can increase your
chances of winning is simply by buying
more cards! Some games allow you to play
as many cards as you like. You need to
weigh up the total cost of all your
cards against the amount you stand to
win and the number of cards being played
by other players. See here for more
information on bingo
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