Different Patterns Of Bingo

The bingo has become a popular event among the punters. There are two version of the bingo game. First one is the British version which is played in United Kingdom, Ireland and Australia. It is also known as the ninety number version. The game consists of nine columns with three lines in it and each of the three lines has five numbers. One of these lines is called the regular bingo. There is no variation in winning pattern. In fact there are only three winning patterns. If you can complete any two of those lines you can claim a larger monetary prize. If anyone completes all three lines then it is called full house.

Another version of bingo game is seventy five numbers. This version is played with square playing tickets and there are five rows and columns. One letter of the word BINGO appears on each column. If you can match the word bingo either horizontally vertically or diagonally you can claim the bingo. There is a free space left to complete the pattern in the middle of N column.

With the word pattern we mean any particular shape, number or letter that is to be formed within the playing space. There are numerous sites who publish hundreds of patterns that can be used in a bingo game. Some of those sites specializes only on the pattern related games for the people who has extra interest in this area. People used to call these patterns with specific names. For example a pattern can be marked as static if it can be formed in only one place of the card. A variable pattern can be rotated at ninety degrees. The wild pattern can be rotated but the condition is that it can occur anywhere in the card. Four corners is another known pattern, in this case players has to cover the number at the four corners to win the game. The final kind of pattern is called black out or “cover all” where players have to cover all the places on the card in order to win the game.

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