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Mayan Bingo rules and payouts
The Mayan Bingo features 4 cards to play with. You decide how many cards will be in play, so you can play with only one if you prefer that. Every card has 15 numbers on them, numbered 1-90. You can change the cards as many times as you want before a round. The maximum amount you can win is a staggering x50,000 your bet, but you have to fill in a card from the first 28 balls drawn to get it.
Mayan Bingo how to play
Before the game starts, you have to select the cards you want to play with, and your bet amount. After this, hit the play button to begin. The game starts with 30 numbered balls drawn. These balls will determine if you have a winning pattern on your cards or not. It’s possible to get multiple winning patterns on a single card, but if a pattern includes all the numbers from a previous pattern, then it will replace that. You can get extra balls at the end of the round. You can get up to 10 extra balls, but be careful, because they cost extra too!
All in all, the Mayan Bingo is a fun game, well worth to try it, especially if you are interested in the Mayan culture. Are you ready to get the jackpot?
Mayan Bingo stats
Payout patterns: 14
Extra balls: up to 10
Jackpot: x50,000 your bet
You can play the Mayan Bingo with real money too! The minimum bet is £0.10, while the maximum can go up to a total of £8.0.
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