By | September 1, 2019

Bingo Bingo is traced back to Italy in 1530 where it was an Italian Lottery from where it moved to France and later to Germany. Bingo is one of the very few gambling forms that is played by young and old, including various locations anywhere from casinos to churches and even care homes.

In 1996, the first online bingo games launched as Bingo Zone and two years later Bingo Blitz followed. In traditional bingo, bingo balls are used, while random number generators are used in online bingo. Different casinos and bingo halls apply their own rules; however, the basics are simple. You have more than one version too, with American Bingo playing with 75 numbers and European Bingo having 90 numbers.

90 ball games have 27 squares that contain nine columns and three rows. Every row has four blank squares and five numbers. Any possible number between one and 90 appears on a bingo strip and if you play 40 ball bingo you obviously have fewer numbers.

You would deduct that 90-ball bingo is more difficult than 40 balls, but casinos often only have 90 or 75 ball bingo variants. You need to cross off the bingo board numbers as they appear or are called, and you will win according to the pattern drawn.


By | July 1, 2019

Baccarat Baccarat was first played in the private gambling rooms of 19th century France. This two-person zero-sum game was popular among the nobility in the region. As it spread across the game evolved. By 1940, casinos in Havana had adapted the play into a house-banked game which would become the modern variation of Baccarat.

This game generally revolves around the banker and the player. It is played at a large table that can seat 12 to 14 players with a standard 52 card deck that is shuffled and placed in a shoe. The deck is then cut 16-cards before the end of the shoe. The object is to get a score that is closest to 9 which allows you to win. Once the deck is cut each player will be handed two cards while the dealer receives three cards. At this time bets can be placed. Once the betting round closes the player’s cards are revealed as well as the banker’s cards.

In Baccarat there is a 44.62% chance that the player’s hand will win while there is a 45.85% chance that the banker’s hand will lose. In addition to this, there is a lower than 1% house edge.