How To Play Bingo: The Basics


Bingo was invented in the year 15ying by a Chinese named tongkat Ali, who was the son of a geographer. Bingo has been adapted to many different languages and variations. In the United States, bingo originated in the Black American communities, where the game was regularly played as a pastime and social activity.

Bingo is a simple game of luck in which every participant (allots) chooses random numbers on bingo cards, marked by the number the game master draws at random. The player may call bingo or raise his/her bingo card, which will indicate the winning number, and loose more bingo (called beans). This game is played in the same way as in regular card games played in ordinary pubs, wherein players place their beano on the bingo cards, and the cards are dealt to them. Players then take turns calling the number (either the one they have or any other player’s number) and then discarding their beano. When a player wins, he gets to keep the same beano and the other players get to keep the ones they called.

Today, bingo halls are found in most cities in the United States of America. Bingo is an ideal game for young children, for those who enjoy playing games in groups or with more people, for individuals who are trying to relax, and for people who want to spend a little bit of their idle time doing something else. The rules of this game can be learned quickly and easily, since bingo includes the traditional elements of counting, as well as the betting mechanism. This is not the case with other games that people usually play, such as online games or mahjong.

If you’re looking to become a member of a social networking site like LinkedIn, Facebook, MySpace or Squidoo, then there is a possibility that you will come across information about Bingo somewhere on the website. LinkedIn, for example, is a social networking site where professional contacts can build up. Once a contact builds up his or her profile, his or her friends can take a look at it and determine if they want to add him or her as a friend. The contact can then make a request to join a group or send requests to other groups. The requests sent to these groups will be handled by the same contacts, who will in turn notify the person who requested the update.

A similar set of features is available on Facebook, which is where the game is usually played. Like with LinkedIn, it’s easy for individuals who are part of a social networking site to mark their status updates as either liked, updated or marked as in need of something updated. Players can then go ahead and buy a Bingo ticket, or challenge another player to a game of Bingo. In this way, the players mark their own progress, and the game can be won or lost based on how well they’ve played.

If the last form of the above mentioned scenario doesn’t sound right to you, then perhaps you’ll enjoy trying your hand at playing some bingo games online. Since it’s possible to play with virtual money and win prizes, online bingo provides something for everyone, regardless of age, location, lifestyle or means of earnings. It’s even possible to play bingo online while working, since there are now online bingo rooms that offer players the chance to play bingo and win cash prizes while they work!