How to Play Bingo at casinoextra.fr

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To play bingo, ye must first purchase a bingo card (or cards). The card consists of five rows and five columns, creating 25 ‘cells.’ The columns are designated by letters (B, I, N, G and O) and each cell has a number in it, except for the middle cell which acts as a ‘free space,’ which means it is already covered. When the game starts, letter/number combinations are drawn at random. Fer example, “B-2” or “N-43.” When a letter/number combination matches yer card, ye have scored a ‘hit’ or ‘match’ and can now “cover” or “mark” that cell. The next letter/number combination is drawn and continues in this manner until someone completes a bingo pattern, which is when ye cover five cells on yer card in a row. The row may be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal.

 

There are a total of 75 letter/number combinations available: B 1-15, I 16-30, N 31-45, G 46-60, and O 61-75. Since there are more number combinations per letter (15) than available cells per letter (5), the layout of the various bingo cards vary greatly. In fact, there are a total of 1,474,200 possible unique cards from which to play! Fer this reason, most people play numerous cards at the same time.

 

When playing online, yer bingo cards are randomly selected. Most sites will give ye three or four cards. Other sites may allow ye to take more. Every online bingo game has a caller or a display board fer the numbers. The game pattern is also displayed. Some games automatically mark the numbers on yer card fer you. The game ends when a player scores a “bingo.”  If there is more than one winner in a particular game, then the prize is split between all the winners. visitez le site

 

How to Play Blackjack

 

In blackjack, ye only play against the dealer, not any other players.  Ye are dealt two cards face up while the dealer gets one card up and one card down. All cards are assigned a number value. A ‘five card’ counts as five points and so on. Aces may be counted as either 1 point or 11 points (whichever is best fer ye) and face cards (King, Queen, Jack) count as 10 points. The dealer must draw cards until they reach a total of 17 points or higher. The objective is to reach a higher point total than the dealer, but without exceeding 21 points, called ‘busting,’ which results in an automatic loss.

 

When ye beat the dealer’s hand, ye are paid the value of yer bet on a 1 to 1 basis.  This means that if ye bet $10 on a hand and win, then ye are paid $10 by the dealer.  If ye lose, ye have $10 deducted from yer account.

 

When yer dealt a “blackjack” (an Ace coupled with either a ten or face card), yer an automatic winner! (unless the dealer also has a blackjack, which then determines a push, or tie.)  “Blackjacks” are also provided with an extra bonus which most often pays “3 to 2,” or $3 won fer every $2 wagered.  This means that if ye bet $10 and get a blackjack hand, yer gettin’ paid $15! When the dealer gets blackjack and ye lose, yer only deducted the original bet. This helps reduce any advantage the dealer would have over ye! visitez le site