Posted on October 28, 2014
Winning a game of Bingo can yield a cash prize, this motivates players to play. It also amps up the seriousness of the game. If you are serious about winning good money, keep reading. At its core, Bingo is a game of chance. The Bingo equipment Bingo halls use yields random numbers. So are there strategies you can use to up your chances of winning? Some say there are. Aside from being a math wiz and figuring in probability and all the complexities that come with counting Bingo numbers (similar to counting cards), there are some things you can do to increase your chances of winning. Some ascribe to the rabbit’s foot, having a different lucky talisman or color dauber. These tips I offer in this blog and the next include some more practical steps to gaining a win.
First, it depends on how the house figures a prize. If they set a prize minimum, be sure that it makes sense and affords the winner an amount worthy of playing. If you play when there aren’t many players buying in, the prize may not be lofty. Much of the time the house will divide the prize money with their takings. Sometimes Bingo halls will offer a special prize amount to encourage more players to participate. Although on the whole, if you are the only person playing, you likely won’t win more than you put in for the game. On the other hand, if you are one of many, the prize will be larger and you will have the opportunity to win a great prize.
Keep your eye open for big prize offerings the next time you play. In the next blog, we’ll cover two more ways to increase your chances of winning at Bingo.