Bingo is known as game of chance in which anyone has the same odds of winning. Indeed, when you play bingo, no real skill is needed, since all you have to do is mark down the numbers that are called. However, what makes the difference among bingo players is this: the amount of cards that you buy will be in direct proportion to your earnings. In essence, the more bingo card you purchase, the higher chance you have of winning. For example, if some one buys six bingo cards, and some one else buys thirty, then the person who bought thirty has a higher chance of winning than the person who bought six, even though each card has the same chance of winning as any other.
These then is the difference between those players that play bingo for its own sake, as a fun pastime but nothing more, and those that take the game more seriously, and play for keeps. Another strategy when playing bingo is to see how many cards the other players are playing with, and to buy a few more than they have, within reason. Remember that there are more strategies than you may think, and even though it is a game of chance only, there are still ways in which you can improve your chances of winning and becoming a better bingo player!
Jeff Languedoc, Chief Gambling Correspondant, 18th of october, '05