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Pharaoh Bingo rules and payouts
In the Pharaoh Bingo, you can play up to 4 cards in every round, you decide. There are 14 payout patterns in the game. Those patterns will determine if you win or not. You can win x3 to x10000 (the jackpot) your bet, so it’s well worth a try! You can win multiple times on a single card, but if a pattern contains all the numbers from a previous one, then it will replace that. The jackpot will be awarded if the card is complete within the first 30 balls drawn, so it could take some time.
Pharaoh Bingo how to play
You can play with 4 cards, each filled with 15 numbers. The goal is to get a winning pattern on the cards. Your bet will be multiplied by 4 if you decide to play all cards, so look out for it! When you made your bet, click the play button to get 30 balls with numbers on them. These balls will determine if you win or not. You will be offered an extra ball if further wins are available. You can get up to 10 extra balls, with additional costs, of course.
The Pharaoh Bingo is a great little bingo game with a lot of winning patterns to keep your interest up. Are you ready to take home the jackpot?
Pharaoh Bingo stats
Payout patterns: 14
Extra balls: up to 10
Jackpot: x10,000 your bet
You can play the Pharaoh Bingo with real money too! The minimum bet is £0.10 per card, while the maximum can go up to £40.0.
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