BINGO at RACA –
An evening at RACA filled with excitement, nervousness, and
The space was filled with people wanting to challenge their
chance their longings and their lusts not knowing whether to
win or loose.
Players buy cards with numbers on them in a 5 x 5 grid corresponding
to the five letters in the word B-I-N-G-O. Numbers are then
drawn at random until one player completes a 'Bingo' pattern,
which is usually a line with five numbers in a vertical, horizontal
or diagonal row on one of their cards, a whole filled card (called
a "blackout") or any special patterns, and then the
player wins the prize.
A bingo card contains 24 numbered spaces and one free space
(blank), with which you play Bingo. The numbers are assigned
at random on each card and are arranged in five columns of five
numbers each by five rows (5 x 5 = 25 in total including the
The numbers are announced quickly by the caller, so you must
pay careful attention to the numbers that are called and mark
them quickly and accurately on your card(s). The caller keeps
calling numbers until one or more players claim 'Bingo'. Then
the game stops and the numbers are verified. If there is a winner,
the prize is awarded and a new bingo game begins with new cards.