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American Bingo uses numbers 1-75. Known for its distinct 5x5 grid layout, contrasted with traditional 90-ball bingo. Each ticket features a 5x5 grid with numbers arranged in columns headed by the letters B, I, N, G, and O. The middle square is left as a ‘free’ square, giving players 24 numbers per card. The columns correspond to specific number ranges: B (1-15), I (16-30), N (31-45), G (46-60), and O (61-75). This setup allows for quick identification of numbers during gameplay and easy calling as the letter precedes each number announced. Winning in American Bingo can occur with various patterns including single lines of five squares—horizontal, vertical, or diagonal—chosen and communicated before the game begins. Players of 75-ball Bingo aim to win through different patterns such as a single line, full house, or pre-defined shapes like crosses or diamonds. A single line win is achieved by marking off a complete horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row. A full house occurs when all 24 numbers on a card are marked, yielding substantial rewards. Pattern wins involve marking specific shapes as outlined before the game starts, adding excitement and strategy to the classic game.

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