How To Win in Bingo
How To Win in Bingo
Many a Bingo strategy has been debunked by mathematicians as being mere foolery and hogwash. Joseph Granville was the author and inventor of one of the more popular ones – Granville’s system.
Granville’s system is formulated around the assumption and argument that a Bingo card must be made to be both symmetric as well as systematic. It goes on to propose that a symmetric card will consist of an equal ratio of odd and even numbers (or balls) as well as a balance of high and low numbers. The reasoning behind this is that, based on the principles of probability, an equal amount of high and low numbers will appear (or fall) in the long run.
The problem with Granville’s system is the following: exactly how long is the long run?
Granville’s system isn’t the only one in existence. It does however, have something in common with all other predictive Bingo systems: for as long as a lifetime is allotted only a certain number of years, they won’t work.
The light at the end of the tunnel is this: As horrible as the old saying may be – there really are many ways to kill a cat.
Buy The Maximum Amount Of Cards
As far as a logical approach goes, this one is as sound as they come. The more cards you buy (within the scope of being able to keep tabs on all of them, of course) the more chances you will have at winning. The online “auto-daub” function has made it possible to play more simultaneous cards than ever before, with the computer automatically ticking off the relevant number on all of your cards at once.
Special Prizes And Competitions
Another useful trick is to keep an eye out for special prizes and competitions on offer by various Bingo sites and casinos. At a CAD casino you may find Bingo-specific bonuses that are designed to entice players, and at a Bingo site you may find signup bonuses, regular player rewards and many other rewards and promotions. Online Bingo chat rooms are the way to go if you want to stay completely abreast of all of the special action and where it’s happening at any given time. Bonus prizes are a sure-fire way to fatten up the old purse.
Making The Most Of Discount Packages
Online sites will often offer the option of “buying in bulk”. This means that the more cards you buy, the cheaper they become – eventually translating into a better margin as far as input vs. output is concerned.
Find Games With Fewer Competitors
The principle is simple: the fewer players competing in any one game, the better the chance of winning. This is as a result of the fact that the odds depend directly on the number of cards being played in a particular game. This is easily achieved by following the trends in online game rooms. Some time slots may be more prone to a higher volume of players competing than others.
On Chasing Jackpots
Refrain from exclusively playing those games offering large Jackpots. Winning more often in the lower-paying games will enable you to gun for the big ones more often. This makes more sense than blowing your entire budget at once on the off-chance of hitting the big one.