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Big prize comes as "very nice surprise" for Jackpotjoy player

7 Nov 2012

(PRESS RELEASE) -- The latest winner at popular gaming website Jackpotjoy has described his win as “a very nice surprise,” coming just before he was due to head into hospital for an operation. Mr Rob C got a great return on his investment in 12 10p Bingo 90 Ball tickets by scooping a cash prize of £20,101.

Bingo 90 Ball is just one of the games on offer at Jackpotjoy, alongside bingo variants such as Bingo 75 Ball and casino classics such as roulette. This version of the game is based on the most popular bingo-hall version of the game, in which each ticket has three rows with nine squares one each, some of which contain numbers between 1 and 90. Numbers are called out, and when one of these numbers matches a number on a card, it is crossed out or "daubed." Cash prizes are given for the first player to complete one line, two lines and three lines (a "full house").

You can choose to play just one card or several different ones at once in order to maximize your winning chances. When playing with multiple cards, it is advisable to use the "auto daub" function, which will mark the cards as soon as a matching number is called out. This can prevent you from missing out on prizes, and reduces the stress involved in keeping up with multiple cards.

There are a variety of different 90 Ball bingo rooms on offer at Jackpotjoy, with ticket prices ranging from 1p to 50p, different jackpot sizes, and a different number of players. They all have different themes, and some of the most popular rooms include Family Fortunes Team Bingo, Santa’s Surprise and Bingo Royale.

A proportion of each ticket bought goes towards a progressive jackpot, which will be awarded to the first player to get a full house within a certain amount of numbers being called. If nobody achieves this, the money is retained and added to in the next game, and keeps building until somebody wins it. After winning the progressive jackpot prize, Mr Rob C plans to hold on until after his operation before deciding what to spend it on.
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