Choosing Bingo Paper Cards

Online bingo sites don’t usually allow players to choose bingo cards to play. Bingo cards are dealt randomly and all you need to do is buy them before the following round starts. When you play bingo at local bingo halls, however, you have the freedom to choose which bingo cards to purchase. In this part, we are going to talk about some of the oldest card selection tips that have been used by many experienced bingo players for years. Let’s get started, shall we?

Depending on the type of bingo game you are playing, certain card selection tips might work better. Keep in mind that these tips are not scientifically proven, although there are a lot of bingo players that will testify about how the tips work for them.

If you play extended bingo games such as coveralls, try to find bingo cards with numbers close together. For example, a bingo card with 16, 17, 18, and 19 on the “I” columns is often picked by experienced players. Why? Because numbers have the tendency to be drawn close to one another during longer games such as coveralls.

With shorter games, the approach is exactly the opposite. Instead of picking cards with close-series of numbers, experienced players tend to choose bingo cards with completely random numbers. It only makes sense; since bingo is based on pure randomness, choosing bingo cards with randomly-scattered numbers should be beneficial. Again, it has not be scientifically proven although a lot of experienced players said that this tip works for them.