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Why Bingo is Still Such a Big Vegas Attraction

Why Bingo is Still Such a Big Vegas Attraction

Sun, Jan 22, 2017

From small rooms at Jerry's Nugget and the Silver Sevens to the 600-seat Boulder Station hall, Las Vegas loves its bingo. In all, Vegas is home to almost 20 parlors, and Vegas is one of the best places to be if you want to play bingo. Bingo has long been a popular game that has been played around the world under various names. Having originated from the lottery game in Italy, Bingo, just like its predecessor, is a game of chance that gives each player an opportunity to win based on random patterns being called out, and which must form a pattern on his card. The Bingo game created such an appeal among carnival goers in Las Vegas, that it soon became a big money making attraction.

You can find Bingo halls in every Vegas casino, and these are usually legalized; it is not discouraged by the government, and its main players include both old people and young people. In fact, the commercialization of packaged Bingo games and a popular children's song with the same name, has given Bingo a decent family-oriented image. Communities often organize Bingo games for socialization purposes.

Nevertheless, Bingo is considered a gambling game that attracts a lot of people to come to Vegas. Companies that organize these games profit from them as well, though they are regulated by the government. This owes to the fact that players must pay a fee to join the game, rely on chance to win prizes, and just like other forms of gambling, does not require skill to manipulate the outcome of the game. You can't makes certain that you can win a Bingo game, but you can surely enjoy the thrill and excitement of the thought that you have the possibility of winning in Vegas, the best gambling city in the world.

Today, Bingo is available in various formats, such as game sets, Bingo online, and games played traditionally in Bingo halls. Free Bingo games are available online and make a good pastime as it does not require putting cash on the line.

If you want to play Bingo purely for the fun of it and don't want to teach your children any ideas that gambling games are a good idea, you can use Bingo educational games to teach children numbers and math. Such games are available in many bookstores. You can also organize Bingo games in your community for the purpose of gathering people together for fun and interaction. Though many people will find the game pointless if no prizes are at stake, so it's better to have prizes available for the winners. They don't have to be big prizes, and fees to enter the game can be used for charity purposes.

Bingo can be enjoyed in a virtual manner, especially when playing online versions. If you are not a fan of strolling down the Las Vegas casino, you can enter the game for free, and win virtual money as well. Though you may call it virtual gambling, you can enjoy the fun and excitement without putting any real money on the line or risking any harm to yourself in the same way some gambling sports put people in harm by hooking them with bad gambling habits. As in all cases, every situation requires a level of moderation. Though Bingo, strictly, does not top the list of harmful gambling sports, and therefore can be enjoyed without prejudice by the whole family.