Creative Bingo

Bingo has been played for a long time now, either for money or for free. And it is being adored by multitudes of gambling fans around the globe. The bingo patterns used in bingo sessions and games have evolved during its long history in the gambling industry. Now, we do not only have simple patterns, but also creative bingo patterns as well, much to the delight and excitement of all gambling enthusiasts out there.

Usually, the creative bingo patterns are made out of the ordinary things we see in our everyday life. Such patterns that depict the common things in life are the ladder, loveletter, arrowhead, flying kite, tree, picnictable, and the layer cake. You will just have to use a little of your imagination to be able to visualize them.

Ladder - to form the ladder pattern, the gambling players should cover all the numbers in the second and fourth column on their bingo cards, which are the I and g columns, respectively. They must also cover the second and fourth number in the third column, which is the N column. First one to do this wins the game.

Loveletter - another creative bingo pattern goes by the name of loveletter. This pattern is simply constructed by achieving the L pattern and also accomplishing the postage stamp pattern at the upper right corner of the bingo card. If a gambling player completes this pattern first before the others, then he wins.

Arrowhead - the arrowhead pattern requires the gambling players to cover the first number in the third column, the first two numbers at the fourth one and the first three numbers at the last column. By doing this, the gambling players will achieve a pattern that looks like a arrowhead in one of the corners of the bingo card.

Flying Kite - another marvelous design is the flying kite. It really looks like the real flying kite if you look at it closely. A gambling player must form the diagonal pattern, then also cover the first number of the fourth column and the second number of the last column. Voila, he now has a flying kite pattern.

Tree - talking about marvelous designs, nothing else could be better than this bingo pattern. The tree pattern is achieved by covering all the numbers in the third row and the third column plus the second numbers in the second and fourth column on the bingo card. This can be quite a challenge for gambling players because there is a lot of numbers to be covered.

Advertisement

Close