# Wanna know the frequently called Bingo Numbers- Find them here

Lorraine Jarvis has been playing bingo at the Toowoomba Sports Club for 20 years and she never thought she would take out the major jackpot. Ms Jarvis defied the one-in-a-million odds to win \$85,000 during a game of Big Bucks Bingo’s Hot Ball Bingo. Ms Jarvis sat at the club for about an hour after her win trying to process what had just happened. The most she had ever won in her life was \$1000.Ms Jarvis’  lucky numbers were 8, 13, 36, 61 and 63.

Like Lorraine you too want to win and have the curiosity like every Bingo player to know the most frequent drawn Bingo numbers. Bingo games usually use 75 numbers or 75 ball bingo you can say, with each number having a one in 75 chance of being drawn, so no numbers are more frequently called than others. However, there are bingo playing systems that claim a probability of winning if certain strategies are followed.

One of these strategies entails using multiple bingo cards. The more bingo cards a player uses, the more likely they are to have the necessary numbers to score a bingo before anyone else. There are detriments to this strategy, though. Some people may use too many bingo cards and not be able to keep track of them all, which would actually cause them to lose track of opportunities to win. Other bingo strategies advise playing in bingo halls with a smaller turnout because the more players involved in a bingo game, the lower the probability is that any one individual will win.

## The number frequency in Bingo

You need to anayze the bingo numbers that have been called out that appear with some regular occurrence. This forms a pattern of numbers and you can then easily take out the numbers that come in such regular pattern.

For this you need to visit a bingo game play on a real or live Bingo Hall or find it at many online bingo sites that display the frequently called Bingo numbers and observe such numbers. Jot down these numbers in five different sets like given in the following arrangement:

• 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
• 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
• 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45
• 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
• 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75

Note that numbers 1 to 75 are grouped into 5 with 15 numbers each. Bingo numbers go from 1 to 75, scattered at random on different bingo cards. When sitting in a bingo session observe and tick on these sets every number called.  Do this with each set for 5 bingo games. Then note the frequencies of the numbers called out in each bingo game.

Draw out numbers called 3 to 5 times in all the 5 sets. If a game took long more numbers will be called out. A short bingo game will result to fewer numbers. So it’s immaterial how much numbers show up. For instance these numbers came up 3 to 5 times in all 5 bingo games: 7, 16, 24, 56, 75, 34, 12, 4, 73, 64, 56, 42, 41, 14, 15. Group them according to the letters of bingo. B will have 7, 12, 4, 14, 15; I will have 16 and 24; N will have 34, 42, 41; G will have 56; and O will have 75, 73, and 64. Get bingo cards with these.

In this number set you have the most called out numbers in 5 bingo games. It it but no gurantee that such numbers will continually be called out in the remaining bingo sessions of the day. But drawing out bingo numbers this way can possibly be affected by some factors that may trigger a pattern. Thus frequently called out numbers in bingo are patterned and when you separate them and get top ten or 20 numbers that are called out in several games you got the numbers you want. When playing then look for such bingo cards reflecting those numbers.

## Bingo Odds and the Bingo Numbers that Pop up

Calculating odds in bingo is theoretically very simple — it’s the number of cards you’re playing divided by the total number of cards in play. So if 100 cards are in play, and you have 4 cards, your chances of winning are 4 in 100, or 4 percent. The trick is being able to count how many cards are in play in a game. You can do a head count and multiply that number by what you think is the average number of cards per person, but this can be easier said than done.

However, these odds don’t apply to progressive jackpot games. Remember that in most progressive games, a winner is not guaranteed. So, the odds of winning a progressive jackpot depend more on the difficulty of covering the pattern in the predetermined number of calls. The odds are so steep in some progressive games that it may be weeks or even months before somebody wins.

## So which numbers come up most often

Well the answer is simple: No single ball has a greater chance of appearing in a game than any other ball, provided that the balls are manufactured correctly, that no one is tampering with the balls, and that the blower machine is loaded with a complete set of 75 balls.

As an example suppose you flip a coin three times, it may come up heads twice and tails once. For that extremely small slice of time, it’s true that heads is coming up more often. But if you flipped that coin for three hours straight, the laws of probability say that the number of heads and tails counted would be almost identical.

Now, let’s suppose that, in a two-hour bingo session, N-31 comes up four times while N-42 is never called. It would appear that everybody who wants to win should collect cards that contain N-31. Over the course of a dozen sessions, or two dozen sessions, there’s not going to be much difference at all between the number of times N-31 is called versus the number of times N-42 is called. It’s just a coincidence that one was called more than the other for that short period of time.

So what you need to do for a great win. You can try to tip the mathematical balance in your favor by using the following tips.

• Play when not most crowd of people play. Since odds depend on the number of cards in play in a game, a poorly attended game can be a rare treat. There’s less competition for the jackpot, and, legally, bingo halls have to award the prizes they advertise regardless of how many people show up.