Play at the Best Bingo Sites Online

Play at the Best Bingo Sites Online Online bingo is now incredibly popular and it’s a really fun way of gambling and making new friends. Compared to sports betting or casino slots, it’s a more sociable and recreational form of wagering, with players often using the chat feature along with playing their favourite games.

When it comes to the best bingo sites, there are lots of good ones to choose from. Ideally, you are looking for a bingo operator that has a generous welcome bonus so that you can play bingo games for free as part of the package.

Once you’ve enjoyed your new customer promotion, players should also look for the chance to play different bingo games and there are usually games starting every few minutes. You can go through to a game and choose the number of cards that you want to play with – the more bingo tickets you have, the better the chance of winning.

How to Win at Online Bingo

There are a number of ways that customers can win money playing online bingo. There might be some magic numbers that mean you can claim a spot cash prize, while the traditional bingo rules of claiming a line or a house often apply when it comes to playing online bingo.

One of the enjoyable aspects of playing at the best bingo sites is that anyone can win. It’s a bit like betting on the Grand National in terms of it being a lottery where every card depends on the balls being drawn randomly.

Indeed, the bingo balls being drawn is an automated process so that you can’t predict the next ball to come out. The balls come thick and fast so you don’t have to wait long in order to get a match on your card and the game continues until a winner is announced.

One of the other big draws of online bingo is the fact that you can make a small amount of money last a long time. Rather than placing a sports bet where you stake a larger amount on the outcome of an event, you can bet small stakes with online bingo and often get little wins which boost your balance accordingly.

Always remember to play responsibly when you visit the best bingo sites and choose one which appeals the most to you. There’s nothing to stop you having a number of different bingo site accounts.

Richard Pitman

Richard Pitman Richard Pitman, 75, has been involved with the Grand National, in one form or another for over five decades. He is, of course, the erstwhile husband of Jenny Pitman, who became the first woman to train a Grand National winner in 1983. However, Richard had his first ride in the Grand National aboard the 13-year-old Dorimont in 1967. Dorimont had won the National Hunt Chase at the Cheltenham Festival three years earlier, but was a 100/1 outsider on the day. Replacing the injured William Shand Kydd, the 24-year-old Pitman, by his own admission, “forgot” about the open ditch guarding the third fence and his mount took a crashing fall, long before the mêlée at the twenty-third fence presented Foinavon with the race.

In 1973, Pitman was involved in one of the most famous, and heartbreaking, finishes in Grand National history when Crisp, ridden by Pitman, was caught in the dying strides by Red Rum, ridden by Brian Fletcher, having been 20 lengths ahead jumping Becher’s Brook on the second circuit. “The Black Kangaroo”, as Crisp was affectionately known, was attempting to concede 23lb to Red Rum and, while he may not have won the National, his bold, attacking style won the hearts of the racing public.

Pitman made his first television appearance for the BBC at the Grand National in 1976 and remained part of the team thereafter. He was involved in the coverage of the so-called “National that never was” – in which Esha Ness, trained by Jenny Pitman, was first past the post – in 1993 and the bomb scare, which led to the evacuation of Aintree and the only Monday National, in 1997. In 2018, Pitman featured on a panel of experts on an ITV Grand National Special, which included “The Grand National Race of Champions”; in the virtual race, Crisp finished fourth, behind L’Escargot, Red Rum and Hedgehunter.