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Online Bingo Games and Togel Hari Ini

 

 

Bingo rules of the two famous Bingo games

Bingo is a very simple game. Players have to match the selected numbers with

the numbers on their cards. Every bingo game has a pre-determined pattern

,which has to match with the selected numbers. The first player to match the patterns, has a BINGO and wins the game. When more than one player finishes the pattern at the same time, the jackpot is shared accordingly.

 

There are two main variants of the Bingo game: 75-ball bingo, which is mostly played in the United States and 90-ball bingo, mostly played in the Europe and Australasia.

 

75-Ball Bingo

This is the most commonly played Bingo game, played in the United States and South America. The game is called 75-ball Bingo, because there are 75 balls in the game and these are in 5 columns of 15 balls. Each column has one of the B-I-N-G-O letters on the top.

 

The cards in this game have 25 squares, five across and five down, and each column is also market with the letters of B-I-N-G-O. The card is filled with random numbers from 1 to 75.

 

The purpose of the game is to match the pre-determined pattern

with the balls called. Some Bingo Rooms help the players, by

“shading” the pattern on the cards. It is also possible that the pattern

is completely random. There are more than 6000 patterns possible

at 75-Ball Bingo games.

The first player who finishes the pattern, wins the game. If a players

has the “balls to jackpot” number, he wins the progressive jackpot,

in most cases a very big prize.

 

90-Ball Bingo

In the 90-Ball Bingo game, you play with tickets, instead of cards.

Each ticket has 3 rows and nine columns. You buy …


Julian Track Runs by Field, Captures EPT Prague Togel Hari Ini Championship

 

 

Racing through the largest field in the history of the event, Germany’s Julian Track outran a talented final table on the way to taking down the 2013 European Poker Tour Prague Main Event last night in the Czech Republic.

 

Coming to the final table, Track held a decent lead over former EPT champion Max Silver, but it was far from secure with Silver and others in pursuit of him. Stephen Chidwick was in the middle of the pack and in excellent form during the tournament, while Ole Schemion lurked as one of the shorter stacks on the table. Jorma Nuutinen, Georgios Sotiropoulos, Ka Kwan Lau and Zdravko Duvnjak rounded out the final group as the cards hit the air on Wednesday afternoon.

 

Track would extend his lead early on by creating the first knockout. Nuutinen, who came to the final table as the short stack but was able to grind up a bit through the early action, opened the betting in Level 26 but saw Chidwick pop him with a three bet. In the big blind, Track would four bet the action and Nuutinen would put his tournament life on the line while Chidwick backed away. It was a race situation, Nuutinen’s A-K against Track’s pocket tens and a ten on the flop basically ended any discussion. Once a seven on the turn failed to provide any assistance to Nuutinen, he was gone in eighth place (for the record, Chidwick folded two of Nuutinen’s outs with his own Big Slick).

 

Silver, trying to become the first player to ever win two EPT championships, did not have a great day of play on Wednesday. As he watched his chip stack dwindle, he was able to see Duvnjak depart the festivities before Silver himself hit the door. …