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History of Bingo

The evolution of Bingo in time. The Bingo is a game with social virtues. There is no limit to the number of players and stands a good time. Its origins are unclear but certainly old. It is possible that the Romans between two chariot races, are often amusing but it is more likely that the game was born in Italy in the 16th century. First called "Lo giuco De Lotto" and "Beano" was played mainly in the villages, in the markets. The mechanism and the rules were pretty much the same as today.

Bingo arrived in France in the 17th century among the bourgeois and aristocrats. In Germany, there he discovers playful values, Mexico winnings are donated to the Church ... In 1929 he came to the United States and in New York it is perfected by Edwin S. Lowe, a toy salesman, giving it its current name. Professor of Mathematics at the Columbia University, Carl Leffler Lowe will help improve the game including creating over 6,000 bingo grids (which, according to legend, will go crazy). Players are provided with one or more cards with a number of issues (15 and 24 respectively for the 90 ball and 75 ball BINGO BINGO ), they cover as you pull a bag balls bearing the corresponding numbers. The first to get an accurate pattern on his card wins, but why should yell "BINGO". In case of a tie, a draw is made. Sometimes, the player can shout "Quine" in the case of a line filled and "BOX FULL" if it is the whole carton.

90 Ball Bingo configuration .Each player received or purchased one or more cards in the early game. Cartons are offered randomly but fetishes numbers are often subject to targeted selection. On each of them, there is a gate having three rows and nine columns. There are five numbers per line for a total of fifteen on the cardboard.A playmaker "Boul├Ęgue" (mixture) while a bag or is 90 numbers (1 through 90) and draws a ball or a token. He then announces aloud the number on the ball or the token. The excitement is palpable when in the assembly and carefully scrutinizes each carton to see if the number is there. If this is the case, the player covers a hallmark for this purpose as a bean or a encor sugar. Players have the ability to bring good luck and moult "gris-gris" if they are superstitious!