Speak the Bingo Language


Everything is random and luck plays the central role, but this is what makes the game so exciting and draws players of all ages. While you can play and be oblivious of the Bingo lingo, it is always better to broaden your horizon especially if you intend to play online.

The internet is an excellent environment for Bingo enthusiasts but with minimal human interaction it can also be a bit cold. Knowing what some acronyms stand for and what the other players try to convey through their messages will make the experience more agreeable. Like any social game, Bingo is played with other players rather than against them and although there can only be one winner in each game, this shouldn’t act as a barrier between players.

Some people use acronyms to express their feelings about a certain outcome and expressions such as wtg or gj stand for way to go and good job. On the same note, those who play a lot of Bingo online will hear stuff like gg or tyvm which are also acronyms for good game or thank you very much. Naturally , everyone knows what Bingo means and when this word is shouted or typed in the chat window, it is clear than someone won .

Just like in real life there are a few who are less kind-hearted online and they either utter nonsense or propose shady deals. While the first ones are supposed to be swiftly dismissed without second thought, those who play bingo online should be aware of the perils of identity theft and don’t disclose personal data to seemingly outgoing strangers.

Different digit endings in Bingo

If you were to interview people who played bingo their entire lives, the results would be very different at least when it comes to determining the role that luck plays in the equation. Most players will state that luck is all you need to win at bingo, but there are enough who claim that they have winning strategies that help them beat the odds regularly. Of course, there are a few who are willing to sell their strategies for a decent amount of money and these people should be avoided. Nevertheless, it is worth taking a look at some of the popular series and the one revolving around the different digit endings looks promising.

What it states is that the numbers that are called in a game of bingo tend to have ending digits that differ, therefore the odds of winning are better if the game cards features numbers that end in distinct digits. Over the course of a single game, it makes sense to expect numbers that have different ending digits to be called, because with each one that gets extracted, there are fewer left in the bowl ending in the same digit.

Those who like this theory recommend players to pay attention to the numbers that are called in each round, and notice how more than half of the called numbers have different ending digits. Assuming that an average of 10 to 12 numbers are being called before someone wins, they say that the chances of having numbers ending in the same digit extracted decrease until the sixth number is drawn. After that, the chances of numbers to be paired increase.