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What is Bingo

Bingo is a game similar to Bingo, widely imitated in the USA and many other countries. In Italy it was introduced in the autumn of 2001. 
 
 

The rules of the game 

The game of Bingo is held exclusively in dedicated rooms authorized by the State. The game that is practiced in Italy comes from the Lot and follows almost completely the rules of the traditional game of Bingo with the only difference that can only be overcome with the quintet and bingo (corresponding to the quintuplet and the traditional game of bingo). 
 

Folders 

Example of arrangement of numbers on a folder for bingo 
Before you start each game players are sold folders with printed three rows of five numbers each for a total of fifteen numbers. The distribution of the numbers on the folder follows a pattern that provides five numbers per row and at least one number for each column. 
At the moment in Italian bingo halls are used folders with the following values: 
€ 0.50 - green. 
€ 1.00 - yellow. 
€ 1.50 - pale blue. 
€ 3.00 - Pink. 
Folders are printed by 's AAMS in series, numbered consecutively, from 9,000 folders. Folders are arranged in sheets, each with 6 folders separable, in such a way that in each sheet there are all 90 numbers distributed on 6 folders. 
 

The extraction 

The extraction is carried out with the numbers of the electro-pneumatic machines with automatic extraction within which there are 90 balls (in the U.S. the game with 75 numbers), numbered from 1 to 90, continuously reshuffled. 
 

The balls 

The balls for bingo should have the following characteristics: 
Numbers printed in ten positions to cover the entire surface of the ball.
Color white with the numbers printed in black, blue, green or red. 
Diameter of 38.5 mm. 
Weight of 2.5 grams. 
They must be made ​​of cellulose nitrate, such as balls for table tennis. 
Awards 
 
From 10 November 2001, the date on which the first was opened in Treviso Italian bingo hall, the percentage allocated to the collection of premiums was 58% divided as follows: 50% and 8% Cinquina Bingo. 
In October 2002, with the introduction of so-called special prizes percentages were modified: Bingo 48%, 6% and 4% Cinquina special prizes for the fund (Super Bingo Super Cinquina, Bingo Gold, Bingo Bingo Silver and Bronze). 
On 1 July 2007, following the introduction of the award Bingo One, again adjusted percentages: 48% Bingo, Cinquina 6%, 1% full for Bingo One and 3% fund for special prizes (Super Bingo, bingo Gold, Bingo bingo Silver and Bronze). 
From 1 November 2009 entered into force the new rules that have led to 70% of collection the share allocated to premiums divided as follows: 53% Bingo, Cinquina 7%, 4% fund for the Bingo One and 6% fund for prizes special. 6% for the bottom of the special prizes in turn is divided in the following manner: 60% Super Bingo, Bingo Gold 20%, Silver 10% Bingo, Bingo Bronze 5%. 
 

Bingo 

The player who first clears all fifteen numbers on his briefcase won the award for "Bingo" at the time corresponding to 53% of collection of the game. 
 

Quintet 

The first player to undo all five numbers on one of the three files in the folder won the award for its "Cinquina", corresponding to 7% at the time of collection of the game. 
 

Bingo One 

One Bingo is offered as a prize to the attainment of a quota, ranging from 50 to 4,000 Euros, drawn monthly from each room, piled with 4% of the collection of every game. The prize is awarded in addition to the premium "Bingo", the player who achieves the bingo balls drawn with a number less than or equal to 46. Should not achieved with a number of bingo balls drawn or less 46, the prize will be raffled in the game or in later games to the player who achieves the bingo balls drawn with a number less than or equal to 47 increased by one unit in each of the subsequent batches. 
 

Super Bingo 

The Super Bingo is a prize up for grabs in every game, in addition to the premium "Bingo" to the player who achieves the bingo balls drawn with a number less than or equal to 38. The amount of the Super Bingo is made from 'accumulation of 3.6% of the collection of every game. 
The difficulty in achieving this win makes the Super Bingo prize the most popular among the patrons of the bingo halls as they can often achieve significant figures. 
 

Super Cinquina 

The Super Cinquina was abolished from 1 July 2007 to coincide with the introduction of Bingo One. Was put up for grabs in every game, in addition to the premium "Cinquina" for the player who produced the quintet with a number of balls drawn less than or equal to 6. 
 

Bingo Gold 

Bingo Gold is a prize offered only in certain games prior announcement by the Director of the Game. The prize is awarded in addition to the premium "Bingo", the player who achieves the bingo within the number of balls drawn between 39 and 43. 
The amount of the Bingo Gold is formed by the accumulation of 1.2% of the collection of every game. 
 

Bingo Silver 

The Silver Bingo is a prize offered only in certain games prior announcement by the Director of the Game. The prize is awarded in addition to the premium "Bingo", the player who achieves the bingo within the number of balls drawn between 44 and 46. 
The amount of Bingo Silver is formed by the accumulation of 0.6% of the collection of every game. 
 

Bingo Bronze 

Bingo is a Bronze prize offered only in certain games prior announcement by the Director of the Game. The prize is awarded in addition to the premium "Bingo", the player who achieves the bingo within the number of balls drawn between 47 and 54. 
The amount of Bingo Bronze is made by the accumulation of 0.3% of the collection of every game.

 

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