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A maximum of 90 balls can be called within a bingo round in 90-ball Bingo. The goal is to be the first within these 90 balls to achieve bingo. The ball calls are generated at random. One and same number can only be called once per bingo round.
In 90-ball bingo the bingo cards are sold as separate tickets. One ticket consists of a grid with 3 horizontal rows and 9 vertical columns, creating 27 cells. Of these 27 cells, 15 contain a number. Each row contains 5 numbers, and each vertical column contains 1-3 numbers. The numbers are structured in the following order;
Column 1 contain numbers 1-9
Column 2 contain numbers 10-19
Column 3 contain numbers 20-29
Column 4 contain numbers 30-39
Column 5 contain numbers 40-49
Column 6 contain numbers 50-59
Column 7 contain numbers 60-69
Column 8 contain numbers 70-79
Column 9 contain numbers 80-90
A 90-ball bingo game is divided into three draws. This means that there are three draws in which all players compete to achieve bingo. Out of the total pot, a set percentage is divided into each of the three part draws; 20% to both part draw 1 and 2, and 60% to part draw 3.
The following conditions must be met on a section of the bingo card in order for a player to achieve bingo:
To achieve bingo in the first part draw you need to meet the following condition:
One horizontal line
In the second part draw you need to meet the following condition in order to achieve bingo:
Two horizontal lines (on one and the same section)
In the third part draw you need to meet the following condition in order to achieve bingo:
Three horizontal lines (on one and the same section)
A part draw ends whenever a player wins by achieving any of the winning conditions. When a part draw ends, the next part draw starts. The bingo round ends when a player has achieved bingo on part draw three, or when all 90 balls have been called. If multiple players with multiple cards achieve bingo at the same time, the pot is divided equally between them.
To play a round of 90-ball bingo, you need to first purchase cards. Begin by selecting the number of bingo cards you want to purchase. To do this, click each card you want or click on the +-sign on the purchase console, and then click the BUY button. Once you have pressed the BUY button. You will then get a message prompting you to confirm the number of tickets you have selected and the cost of the tickets. If you agree to the purchase, press OK. If you disagree, press CANCEL and your purchase is canceled.
Once you have purchased your cards, they are displayed as bought and are included in the next bingo round. Note that the cards will be included even if you do not choose to view the bingo round or if your connection drops, so there is no need to worry about missing out.
The draw always starts 1 minute after previous draw has ended. A certain number of participants are required in order for a multiplayer game of bingo to start. If a sufficient number of participants have not bought tickets for the game in time for the draw to start, the draw is cancelled and all stakes are paid back to the players.
The bingo round ends when a participating player wins the draw by achieving bingo, or when all 90 balls have been called.
Apart from the bingo pot there is also a jackpot in 90-ball bingo games. The jackpot is won whenever somebody achieves bingo within a set number of ball calls in the draw.
Number of ball calls to win the jackpot in 90-ball bingo is typically set to 38 calls. The number of calls specific for the game is presented to the player in the jackpot animation the bingo room. To win the jackpot, you must meet the condition 3 horizontal lines within 38 (or less) called balls. If more than one player achieves the result at the same time, the jackpot is equally shared by the winners. If no player wins the jackpot in the draw, the jackpot is sustained and can be won on following draws for the same bingo game. The jackpot amount is automatically paid out to the winner(s).
The player, who wins the jackpot, also wins the draws original prize pool. If a game of bingo with a jackpot would be discontinued, the operator will determine how the funds in the jackpot will be spent after the last draw.