Prize Board

Player's Progressive

$ 10000   in 52 #'s or less

July 24  1pm

8 Ball Progressive

$ 10000   20 #'s or Less

July 24  1PM

Super Jackpot

$ 5000   In 49 #'s or Less

July 24  7pm

Temperature at Delta

$ 72   degrees F

July 31  

Player's Progressive

$ 10000   in 37#s or less

July 24  10pm

8 Ball

$ 8000   in 20#s or less

July 24  10pm

Early Bird

$ 5000   33#s or less

July 24  10pm

Broken Window

$ 5000   47#s or less

July 24  10pm

Super Jackpot

$ 3000   in 56#s or less

July 24  10pm

Ball Busters

$ 2500   4#'s

July 24  10pm

Rainbow

$ 2456   Red Pot

July 24  10pm

Delta Max

$ 2000   50#s or less

July 24  10pm

Rainbow

$ 1025   Green Pot

July 24  10pm

Tableboard Pot Of Gold

$ 1000   in 5#s or less

July 24  10pm

Double Action

$ 1000   8#'s or less

July 24  10pm

Rainbow

$ 100   Blue pot

July 24  10pm

Rainbow

$ 100   White Pot

July 24  10pm

Rainbow

$ 100   Yellow Pot

July 24  10pm

Delta Balls Progressive

$ 100  

July 24  10pm

Pod Progressive Game

$ 19587  

July 24  9:45 PM

Progressive

$ 7600   48#s or less

July 24  9:45 PM

SuperSizer

$ 5000   53#s or less

July 24  9:45 PM

Delta Jackpot

$ 3000   55#s or less

July 24  9:45 PM

Broken Window

$ 3000   48#'s or Less

July 27  12:45 pm

Monte Carlo Jackpot

$ 2000   50#s or less

July 24  9:45 PM

Twoonie Pot

$ 300  

July 24  9:45 PM

Pull Tab Progressive

$ 50  

July 24  9:45 PM

Super Accumulator

$ 20000   in 39 numbers or less

July 24  10:00PM

Delta Progressive

$ 5000   in 52 numbers or less

July 24  10:00PM

POD Progressive Jackpot

$ 3110   Available to be won on 100 Degrees or Top Floor

July 24  10:00pm

Super Jackpot

$ 3000   in 52 numbers or less

July 24  10:00PM

Early Bird

$ 1500   in 49 numbers or less

July 24  10:00PM

Delta Balls Progressive

$ 600  

July 24  10:00PM

POD Progressive Jackpot

$ 10688  

July 24  

Player's Progressive

$ 10000   In 54 numbers or less

July 24  10:15pm

High 5

$ 10000   In 43 numbers or less

July 24  10:15pm

Accumulator

$ 2700   In 48 numbers or less

July 24  10:15pm

Super Jackpot

$ 2000   In 56 numbers or less

July 24  10:15pm

Super G

$ 1800  

July 24  10:15pm

Lightning Progressive

$ 1000   In 4 numbers or less

July 24  10:15pm

Pre-quickie Warmup - Quick Cash Only

$ 1000   In 17 numbers or less

July 25  6:10pm

Delta Jackpot Balls Progressive

$ 700  

July 24  10:15pm

8 Ball

$ 8000   in 21 numbers or less

July 24  7pm

Player's Progressive

$ 5000   in 52 numbers or less

July 24  7pm

Super Jackpot

$ 5000   in 54 numbers or less

July 24  7pm

Early Bird Superjackpot

$ 2000   in 50 numbers or less

July 24  7pm

Tableboards

$ 500   in 5 numbers or less

July 24  7pm

Jackpot Balls

$ 400  

July 24  7pm

Bingo Lingo/Glossary

 

Admission Packet
An admission packet is the least possible number of cards that you have to buy in order to be admitted.

 

Bingo Card
A card containing 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 blank square). The numbers in the B column are between 1 and 15, in the I column between 16 and 30, in the N column (containing four numbers and the free space) between 31 and 45, in the G column between 46 and 60, and in the O column between 61 and 75. Players have thousands of unique (unduplicated) cards to choose from. Some manufacturers print unduplicated series of 6,000 cards. There are also series of 9,000 cards available. Hard cards and Flimsy cards have a series number printed on them. For example, card number 1252 will always have the same numbers in the same spaces.

 

Breakopen
A multi-ply card, made completely from paper or paper products, with perforated breakopen tab or tabs. The game play area of the card is covered to conceal a number(s), letter(s) and/or symbol(s); some of which have been designated in advance as prize winners.

 

Blackout
(Also, Coverall) A pattern where you must cover the whole card to win. Usually 50 to 60 of the 75 bingo numbers have to be called to cover all the numbers on a card. But blackouts in as few as 43 numbers have been recorded. 

 

Blower
A forced-air device that mixes the bingo balls and dispenses them to the caller who announces the number and displays it on a bingo board.

 

Bingo Board
A display board, usually electronic that lights up showing each number as it is called. 

 

Bingo Books/Booklets
A number of different colored bingo sheets/cards bound together to form a book/booklet to be played one for each game at a bingo session. They are usually bound in the order in which they will be played.

 

Caller
The person who calls out the bingo numbers as they are drawn

 

Card
A Bingo card has 24 spaces with numbers on each space. There is normally also a Free space in the middle of the card , often called "Blank" . Each card has random numbers which are arranged in 5 columns with the heading B I N G O at the top.

B = Numbers 01 to 15

I = Numbers 16 to 30

N = Numbers 31 to 45

G = Numbers 46 to 60

O = Numbers 61 to 75

 

Consolation Prize
The prize or prizes offered on some special games if there is no winner in a predetermined number of calls. 

 

Coverall
(Also Blackout) A pattern where you must cover the whole card to win. 

 

Dauber
Bingo dauber is ink-filled bottle/pen with a foam tip on it used to mark called numbers. When you touch the bingo card with the foam tip it marks the square. 

 

Early Bird – a regular length or short game of bingo that precedes the main game.

 

Four Corners
A pattern where you must cover the corner numbers of the card. If you get those four numbers, you win. 

 

Free Space
The center square of the card, which does not have a number assigned to it. It's like a Joker or a Wild square. You get it free every game and it counts towards your winning pattern.

 

Face
Is the individual bingo sheet containing 24 numbers plus the free space in the middle

 

Game Board, Gameboard
An electronic display that is attached to the bingo board to show the pattern needed to win that particular game. It looks like a bingo card and shows what variation of bingo you are playing on that particular game on the program. For example: four corners, chevron, regular, blackout, etc.

 

Dauber
Bingo dauber is ink-filled bottle/pen with a foam tip on it used to mark called numbers. When you touch the bingo card with the foam tip it marks the square. (See picture above)

 

Multiple Winners
Two or more players bingo at the same time. When this happens, the cash prize is divided among them. For example, if there are five winners on a $500 game, they each receive $100

 

Pattern
Patterns can vary with each game - eg the Bingo caller will say that the pattern is a line for example, and then you only need to mark off the blocks in a line in order to win. The Online Bingo halls get quite inventive with their patterns and have patterns such as Christmas Trees, Bells, Wigwams, etc.

 

Progressive Jackpot
A jackpot that grows larger every day, until it is won.

 

Runner
A gaming attendant who sells extra cards during a session and verifies bingo calls and assists players. 

 

Session
An entire evening or daytime program of bingo consisting of regular games usually played on hard cards and special games played on throwaways, flimsies or paper sheets. A session usually lasts somewhere between two and a half hours and three hours and 15 minutes.

 

Special
Games that usually are played with a different set of cards than the pack purchased at admission. 

 

Speed Bingo
A variation of regular bingo. Numbers are called very quickly and you can bingo in as few as three numbers. Usually played before or after a regular session.

 

Verifier
”The Electronic Dauber”. A hand-held Bingo device that allows players to keep track of all the calls on many cards at once.