Winning Method for Bingo

2/12/2015

Let me say at the very start . . . it is my own sincere opinion that when one sticks to tested rules, one's chances of winning more or less consistently is by far the most sensible procedure. On the other hand, BINGO is a game of Chance, and one's luck (and streaks of luck) can be greatly IMPROVED by following a good set of rules. I think THIS is the best ever. I'm confident no one has ever worked out a method to win EACH game one plays (regardless how many cards they may buy.) With THIS method I have worked out, one should WIN a lot more frequently than NOT using it.

Having owned one of the largest professional Bingo game sets made, and having made a careful study of each move and "call", I find out some numbers are hardly ever called. So I don't pick out (or accept) cards with those numbers on them. The law of AVERAGES indicates most numbers ought to be called three or more times in an evening . . . yet time and time again . . . ALL are NOT.

Whenever possible, attend Bingo games where you may select your own cards. That's the FIRST and one of the most important rules.

Take the letter B: Favor the first TEN (10) numbers. AVOID higher numbers.

The letter I: You'll most likely find it pays best to favor 19 through and including 29. DON'T take numbers LOWER than 19, if possible, especially if lower than 14.

Letter N: Favor a card with the numbers 29 to 39 on it. AVOID all number 40's. This way you also get the FREE space, (center).

Now the G: Favor OVER 49, up.

Under O, favor 60 through 68, inclusive, or 70 O.K., with NONE over 71.

SAME RULES APPLY regardless what specific type of BINGO rule it may be - Such as a four corner win - or in attempting to cover ALL spaces. Pay Attention to the "calls" at all times. When you "miss" a call because you were NOT paying attention - it GREATLY reduces your win chances.

DON'T BUY MORE CARDS THAN YOU KNOW (from past games) you can handle efficiently, even when offered at LOWER cost - stick to the RULES, always. DON'T PLAY at all if you can not get a seat near enough to the "caller" to hear with EASE every number called. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT.

You should find this method will surprise you on the hardest BINGO game to play - where ALL NUMBERS MUST BE COVERED. You'll find frequently this is the game where the most valuable and sizeable prizes are given. With this proven method you should get more than your just share. NOW, follow these rules, and you ought to find you will win far more frequently than you ever did before. Don't play feeling you ought to ALWAYS win. Instead, study these rules, use them, and play to GET REAL RELAXATION instead - and, you'll really ENJOY the game.

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