It’s a good news/bad news scenario in Beach Ball Bingo. The good news is that literally every card is a winner. The bad news is that most of the time, said “winnings” will amount to half your stake.
Here’s how it works. Bet between £1 and £1,000 on a single card – hey, that’s what it says here, but one has to wonder if anyone has ever wagered the upper extreme on Beach Ball Bingo – and hit “new card” if for some reason you don’t dig on the combination the goofy-looking hunk is holding up.
Bingo balls (in the shape of beach balls bouncing past scuttling sand crabs and a fun-loving couple perpetually chasing one another up and down the shoreline) are drawn and payout is determined by how many draws are required before blacking out a card of 15 numbers.
Top payout comes by filling up the card with 15-30 draws: The player may earn a crazy $100,000 on a $1 bet for getting this lucky. However, should the player require 81 or more balls to fill the spaces, he/she breaks even at best and probably only receives half your wager in return.