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There isn’t only one way of playing “real” bingo. In fact, even in the same country different variations of the game can be found, making it even more exciting. Regular bingo games, in their standard form, are the ones where the players have to cover a pattern. That could be an L shape, a line, and so on. The winner is the person who finishes this first.
In a combination of bingo games, however, several patterns may be used over the course of the night. The prizes can be won by the player who completes a pattern, like in the standard game. The game can start off asking for a blackout, and then change to a L shape in the next game, changing again to a line afterwards.

When the prize is a greater amount of money, players can be offered pre-called bingo. Several numbers are called at once, at the very beginning of the game. The players then are going to try to match the numbers on their cards, which have been sealed until the caller or an official says it is ok to open it to check. The same thing happens when playing odd and even numbers bingo.
In another variation, there is a specific number of calls to win the prize. The winning combination must be decided before the calls end. If nobody completes a pattern in ten calls, for instance, the prize is going to be carried over and a new game, with a new number of calls, will start. Also, there is the chance of playing a bonus game. The players pay an extra fee and play in a specific way, with more difficult, to win the prize. Very often, the bonus prize grows bigger until somebody wins it. This is a common way of playing bingo in the USA.

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