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Bingo  Bingo is a game of luck widely used for gambling purposes all over the world. Even though the game has a considerable following in Italy and France, it was the American pop culture that cemented its unique place. The game is very easy to understand and play. It is even played by children in some modified form or another. Its use by the state authority lotteries started as far back as the 16th century. But, it took its more recent form at the beginning of the 20th century. Let us take a brief look at the history of the game, how to play it and how you can beat everyone else at it. Keep going!

How Bingo came to be

The game has been around since the 16th century in one form or another. It originated in Italy. The French took to its use for gambling by the state. The Germans used a form of the game to teach children multiplication, spelling, and even animal names. The copyright to the rulebook of a standardized form was issued to Hugh J Ward in 1933. The game has been popular since.

How to play Bingo

Bingo requires the players to have a piece of paper or cardboard with numbers in five columns and rows written on it. The numbers go from one to seventy-five. Every player who wants to compete has to buy one to take part in the game. Then, a speaker on the behalf of the gambling authority dictates some numbers. Every player has to cross the ones on their card. The first player who has reached a straight line of crossed out numbers yells out Bingo! He is the winner of the game and other players are alerted of it.

How to improve your chances of winning at Bingo

Bingo is a game of luck rather than skill. This is why it is so famously used for gambling. But, this does not mean that the outcome of a game is completely out of your control. Let’s see how you can increase your chances of yelling out Bingo!

  • The most important top is consistency. Around 96% of regular players of Bingo claimed a jackpot at least once. Don’t stop until you have what you want.

  • Increase your chances of winning by playing on multiple cards. But, it is important to only use as many cards as you can handle. It is not advisable to use so many cards in one go that you miss a potential bingo out of confusion.

  • Choose slower times of the week such as during the week. Although it decreases the jackpot amount, it certainly increases the chances of landing one.

  • Pay close attention and be all ears when the numbers are being announced. Make sure you don’t miss out on a potential bingo because you misheard some number.

MGM Grand Casino Las Vegas

MGM Grand Casino Las Vegas  Introduction

MGM Grand Casino Las Vegas is a hotel and Casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada. It’s the largest single hotel in the US with 6852 rooms. When it opened its doors in 1993, it was the largest hotel globally and the largest Casino in Clark County, which occupies 15,930 square meters.

The MGM Grand Casino is located on the Tropicana and was originally the Golf Club Motel’s property site during the 1960s.

MGM Grand Casino Gaming

As previously mentioned, the MGM Grand Casino has one of the largest gaming floors in all of Las Vegas with over 2500 machines and 139 Poker and other Table Games. Their slot machines range from $0.01 to $1000, and they include Video Poker, Progressive Jackpots and Multi-Game Machines.

To cater for their high rollers, they have a particular High Limit Slots area featuring slots with payouts of up to $500 000. Sporting fanatics will be enamoured with their state of the art race and sports book area that features 60-inch plasma TV’S along with twenty-four 42 inch plasmas. Players can bet on Soccer, Boxing, Football, MMA and many more sporting events. They are also the first to offer Skyboxes which can hold up to ten guests and come with waiters and complimentary eats.

Media and Film History of the MGM Grand

The MGM Grand Casino was one of the casinos robbed by Danny Ocean and his crew in the 2001 film Ocean Eleven. Clark Griswold and his family also enjoyed a Keno game in the MGM Grand Casino in the movie Vegas Vacation. The old entrance was also featured in Casino and also featured in the Amazing Race 15 and 24.

The MGM Grand Casino was also one of the many casinos at which the MIT Blackjack Team gambled in the book Bringing Down The House.