Traditional Bingo calls are made up of a series of numbers that players draw from a bucket. Bingo is a game in which players compete to fill in squares on a grid with numbers called “bingo cards”.

In order to win, players must cover all the squares on their card with numbers.

The traditional Bingo call is as follows:

Player 1 starts the game by calling out a number from 1-26. Player 2 then calls out a number from 27-52, and so on, continuing in turn until all players have called out their numbers. Players then take turns drawing numbers from the bucket, and placing them on their bingo cards.

If a player’s number matches one of the numbers called out during the game, they can claim that square as their own and mark it off with a pencil. If no number matches the number called out, that square remains empty and is available for the next player to claim. The first player to fill in all their squares on their card wins the game!.