Frequently Asked Questions
[75-Ball, 80-Ball, 90-Ball Bingo Topics]
Note that while you may be able to play more bingo cards in a particular game room, all rooms still impose a maximum number of bingo cards to be played. This is done in the spirit of fairness, so a high level player does not gain any unfair advantage if he can play more bingo cards than lower level players.
From within the OPTIONS screen, you can also opt to display 12 bingo cards at a time, instead of 6.
The Jackpot starts with a pre-determined minimum amount. If the Jackpot is not won, it continues to increase until somebody wins it, then it will be reset to the minimum Jackpot amount again.
NOTE: In 90-ball bingo game, the Jackpot is applicable to the last bingo pattern only (Full Card).
For example, let's assume that the bingo Game Pot is 100 points, while the Jackpot is 500 points.
Scenario 1: Player A has 1 winning bingo card. Player A will be awarded 100 points for a regular win. If the Jackpot is won, he will get 600 points instead.
Scenario 2: Player A has 1 winning bingo card. Player B has 3 winning bingo cards. For a regular win, Player A will be awarded 100 points, while Player B will be awarded 300 points (or 3x the Game Pot). For a jackpot win, Player A will be awarded 600 points, while Player B will be awarded 800 points (3x the Game Pot, plus the Jackpot amount).
If you don't come back in time for the same game, the server will play your bingo cards for you, so you may still get a bingo for that game and get properly credited for the winnings.
For example, when playing the pattern Diagonal Corners (two 4-packs at opposite sides), in 75-Ball Bingo, the pattern does not need the N numbers to complete it, so the N numbers (31-45) will not be called anymore.
Bingo is a game of chance, so everyone has the same chances of winning. You can try playing more bingo cards if you wish, to increase your chances of winning somehow, but this is still NOT a guarantee to win.
Many players like playing in busy rooms because of bigger pots. What they don't realize is e.g. if there are 50 players in the room, they only have a 2% chance of winning the game (assuming everyone plays the same number of bingo cards). There are many game rooms available if you think you are not lucky in your current room. The less players there are in the room, the more chances you have of winning (less competition).
Bingo cards and bingo calls are all done at random. No one (including me) has any control of it. Some players are also just luckier than others, as it is in real bingo halls. You don't play on a real bingo hall, expecting everyone to win at the end of the day. If you don't win today, try another day.
Player statistics are also publicly available. Check the player's profile to view his game statistics. Even if he appears to be very lucky in a particular time or day, you might be surprised to find that overall, his odds of winning are actually the same as everyone else, as it should be.