Some Strategy for a Successful Night at the Bingo Hall

With the growing numbers of bingo hall, bingo tournaments and high stake bingo, the importance of strategy as it applies to bingo also continues to grow. While it is necessary to think that bingo is a game of chance or luck, and that there are no sure ways of winning, there are also some winning strategies that players can use and do to provide themselves a head start in winning their game.

Whether you are playing in a local bingo hall, in a charity event, in a local social hall or on the biggest bingo tournament, one can use some useful tips to help you get more out of your favorite game.

First, choose your bingo cards - if by chance and if possible that you are allowed to choose your cards, choose carefully and make it sure that you arrive early than the others so that you can have a wide variety of best selections to choose from. Arriving late would leave you with cards that have been selected from by the other players.

Look for lower numbers - when choosing a bingo card, look for cards with the lowest set of numbers in column B. Avoid higher numbers.

When selecting bingo cards, choose and select the card which has numbers 19 through 29 under the column I. Cards with numbers lower than 19 in I column should be avoided and numbers lower than 14 should be especially rejected.

For the column N - Choose a card with numbers from 29 to 39. If at all possible avoid choosing all numbers in 40 in the N column.

For column G - it is most excellent to choose a card with numbers higher than 49.

For column O - the best numbers should be those from 60 up to 68. The number 70 is still acceptable but those numbers higher than 71 should be shunned.

Those tips listed above can be used no matter what type of bingo you are fond of playing. It is applicable whether it is traditional bingo, blackouts, four corners or some other bingo combinations. These numbers are likely to have greater odds than others.

Finally, never take more bingo cards than you can handle and watch efficiently. Even if you can play several or many cards in just one price, playing more cards than you can handle may make you lose your game. With many cards, you may mark incorrect numbers and you end up losing instead of winning.

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