Just Play Your Cards Right - Play Lots of Online
Just because you can't use a mathematical strategy,
per say, to better your odds at winning bingo, doesn't
mean you can't optimize your playing sessions to give
yourself better potential at winning. In essence,
you can better your odds at winning. There's just not
any mathematical strategy that's going to tell you how
much. Case in point: Online bingo rooms will allow you
to purchase as many bingo playing cards as you like, up
to a certain amount.
For instance, at
Bingo Workz, depending on the bingo game you're
playing (Desperate Lounge, Bingo Central, SS Low Max,
Fair 'n Square and Blackout Bingo), you can play from 3
to 100 online bingo cards per game. Yet for Fair 'n
Square Bingo, all participants must play the same number
of cards. That's what makes it Fair 'n Square.
This brings me back to the original point. The more
online bingo cards you play, the greater you chances at
winning. Of course, you are putting more money at risk.
But just like when you make the max bets at progressive
slots so that you will be eligible for the highest
payout (that will surely offset your losses), you can
pretty much guarantee you'll get your "investment" back
if you win an online bingo jackpot.
And if you think that 100 bingo cards will cost you
too much money, you can generally find many bingo games
for ten cents and sometimes a nickel. 100 nickel cards
is only a $5 bet. Not bad when you consider how far
you're covering the boards. Dime and quarter games are
more common, but nickel games exist. In the Bingo
Central game at Bingo Workz, nickel cards are played
every day of the week between 5 a.m. and 8 a.m. Eastern
So now that I've brought up the notion of playing 100
bingo cards at once, you might be wondering how on earth
you can possible keep track of all those cards. Good
question. It's the auto-function, and it's very
important that you make use of it. Here again is another
action that will help you optimize your winnings when
you play online bingo.
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