There are so many different types of bingo patterns and new bingo patterns are launched from time to time for entertainment of the players as well as to enhance the bingo gameplay. Here are few of the new bingo patterns that you can find at online bingo sites to play and win. Many of the new bingo patterns are also to be found at free bingo apps available at playstores and app stores for your mobile smartphone where the software automatically calls out Bingo for you if you form the winning patterns before any other player.
1. Four Corners Bingo Pattern
The Four Corners Bingo pattern is one of the easiest ones to remember for when playing any bingo game with this pattern as the winning one you simply need to have all of the corner numbers on just one of your bingo cards marked off first to be deemed to be the winning of that game.
These games can take a little while to play off depending on just which numbers are drawn out as many of the numbers are not the right ones to cover those four corner number positions obviously!
2. Clock Bingo Pattern
The Clock Bingo Patterns is best described as a large circle patterns on which in the bottom right hand corner of your bingo ticket the hands of the clock can be found, this is a popular bingo game with players as the games can be very fun and entertaining and this Clock Pattern is actually one which is often used on the bingo chat games.
When playing such a game if you form the winning pattern first and you claim house via the chat room then you are presented with some form of additional prize, so always be prepared to give the chat bingo games a try as they offer a lot of playing value!
3. Wine Glass Bingo Pattern
The Wine Glass bingo pattern is a regular bingo pattern and as such it will be attached to several bingo games played in just one bingo room. The pattern resembles a wine glass and in total this pattern is made up of eleven different numbers.
Being a regular bingo pattern and one that only requires players to form the pattern in eleven numbers you will find bingo games which use the wine glass pattern are fast playing games so you will not be playing them for very long before someone manages to form the wine glass pattern when playing these games!
4. Windmill Bingo Pattern
The Windmill Bingo Patterns is another of the regular bingo patterns, and that means much like the pattern reviewed above it is going to be a regular one that you find attached to a lot of online bingo games and various different bingo sites.
The bingo game this pattern is going to be attached to the 75 ball bingo games. In total there are 17 numbers that need to be marked off in a certain way for players to form the Windmill and as much these particular games can take quite a while to play off ad are certainly not fast play games such as the single line 75 ball bingo games are!
5. Bell Bingo Pattern
The Bell bingo pattern is one which is commonly found in play at around Christmas time, however you may find it in use at other times of the year also.
In total there are fourteen numbers that you need to mark off each card to form this winning patter so it I not going to take very long until a player manage to form the winning pattern.
Be aware this Bell bingo pattern is usually found attached to progressive bingo games so there is the chance to win some huge jackpots when playing for the Bell pattern.
6. Candy Cane Bingo Pattern
The Candy Cane Patterns does of course resemble a candy cane and some people often call this bingo patter a question mark pattern as it does also look like a question mark.
You will find this particular bingo patter is used on the progressive bingo games quiet a lot, and as such you could win a hug jackpot payout if you manage to be the very first playing to call bingo when playing or this pattern but you will only be awarded the progressive jackpot if you form that winning pattern in under a pre-determined set of numbers called out or less.
If you call bingo in over the required jackpot amount of numbers called out of the bingo machine then you will only win the standard winning payout and the progressives will roll over and grow in value the next time the progressive game is played.
7. Witches Hat Bingo Pattern
A favourite bingo pattern that is used a lot of times around Halloween is the Witches Hat pattern, this is a pattern which takes a total of thirteen different numbers to form the winning pattern and you will have plenty of fun playing it.
Be aware that this patter is a regular bingo patterns and as such you are not likely to find the games offering it are designed as progressive jackpot paying games.
Do look out for this game in the bingo chat rooms as extra prizes will be offered when this pattern is played for in those rooms.
According to Wikipedia perhaps the most common pattern set, known as “Straight-line Bingo” is completing any of the five rows, columns, or either of the main diagonals.]
In this case the possibility of multiple winning cards is unavoidable because any one of twelve patterns on every card can win the game. But not all 552 septillion cards need to be in play. Any given set of numbers in a column (e.g., 15, 3, 14, 5, 12 in the “B” column) can be represented in any of 5! (for the “B”, “I”, “G”, and “O” columns. 4! for the “N” column) or 120 different ways. These combinations are all statistically redundant. Therefore, the total number of cards can be reduced by a factor of (5!4 * 4!) = 4,976,640,000 for a total unique winning card set of 111,007,923,832,370,565 or 111 quadrillion]
The challenge of a multiple-pattern game is selecting a winner wherein a tie is possible. The solution is to name the player who shouts “Bingo!” first, is the winner. However, it is more practical and manageable to use card sets that avoid multiple-pattern games. The single-pattern #3 row has already been mentioned, but its limited card set causes problems for the emerging online Bingo culture.
Larger patterns, e.g. a diamond pattern consisting of cell positions B3, I2 and I4, N1 and N5, G2 and G4, and O3, are often used by online Bingo games to permit large number of players while ensuring only one player can win. (A unique winner is further desirable for online play where network delays and other communication interference can unfairly affect multiple winning cards. The winner would be determined by the first person to click the “Bingo!” button (emulating the shout of “Bingo!” during a live game).) In this case the number of unique winning cards is calculated as (152*(15*14)3/23) = 260,465,625 (260 million). The division by two for each of the “I”, “N”, and “G” columns is necessary to once again remove redundant number combinations, such as [31,#,#,#,45] and [45,#,#,#,31] in the N column.