How do you calculate the profit per card?
How do you tell whether you’ve won or lost more than an amount you set out to?
How do you know which cards you have on the table when there are no cards at all?
How to play
What are the advantages to playing a deck of cards?
How to use the bingo system? This should be learned along with the “how to play” sections. A list of the rules and the correct card sets available for each card type can be found in the bingo manual included in the book and at Amazon.com (click here). There are also cards to be obtained with the cards and “gifts” to be won from the bingo master.
What do these letters do?
“B” is for “Bet”
“A” is for “Always”
“U” is for “Union
“N” is for “New”
“U” and “P” are for “Up”
“I” is for “If”
“R” is for “Return”
“H” is for “Hand”
“C” is for “Check”
“O” is for “Over”
“I” is for “In”
“V” is for “When”
“Q” is for “When you”
A/U/P, R, G and H refer to your deck of cards and bingo cards as a whole.
This document is intended for people who want to play their own cards on the bingo board and not get stuck with memorize a long string of the correct cards.
See the table, below, for deck of cards that you can use. These cards come with all the appropriate numbers, symbols and letters for the card sets. You may buy extra bingo sets if you decide to buy some new cards.
Click on a card to see its special symbol, and/or picture. If necessary, click again to reset the table in order to see its picture.
1) The bingo system was tested by people in the same situation as the readers/players in this book.
2) Some bingo players have reported that the bingo system is more difficult to use than any other system they have used.
3) In general,
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