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Susan Clark

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My name is Susan Clark and I love Bingo, both in Bingo halls and online. I’ll be writing a weekly blog about Canadian Bingo for GamingPost. First of all, I always spell Bingo capitalized. I think Bingo is simply a great indoor pastime. There are many variations, each as fun as the others. The game has no strategy so you play strictly for fun and a little financial incentive. There is a little drama when you get close. I prefer playing in a room with other people but I play at home for a few minutes almost every evening. I find that it relaxes me after a long day. Did I tell you that I’m a professional gardener? In the evening I use Bingo to relax. When I can, I like to play at a hall. I enjoy the camaraderie there.

Starting at Bars, New Free Alcohol Policy May Spread Far

It seems that the era of free drinks at Las Vegas and other casinos may be coming to an end.  Several casinos have introduced...

Charitable Bingo Raises Money for the Deker Bauer Foundation for the...

Although I have begun to discuss the virtues of online bingo, I am moved today to write about a wonderful charity that held a...

The Positive Side of Online Bingo

The news coming out of bingo halls is becoming less and less positive.  A woman and her son were shot outside a bingo hall...

Good Bingo News Abounding

In my last post I was admittedly a bit over the top so this time I’ll simply report on some interesting bingo news from...

Mississauga Seniors Involved in Lottery Masquerading as Bingo

The Ontario Gaming Board is well aware of the fact that senior citizens are by far and away the majority of bingo players at...

Windsor Downtown Lions Club Leaves Suit Against the City

The class action suit against Windsor and Tecumseh which alleges that the cities charged excessive fees to license bingo is reaching a certain critical...

Bingo News From Around the World

In April, a listener heard a number incorrectly, thought she had bingo, called it in and started a bingo firestorm in the northern Canada...

12th Grader Chris Patterson-Piquette Has an Idea Worth Hearing About

Bingo continues to prove its enormous flexibility.  Far from being “just” a birthday game, bingo is constantly being used to create offbeat games under...

Every Dollar is Valuable in Charitable Bingo

The people of Revelstoke, BC packed the local Taco House to play bingo in support of the Revelstoke Adaptive Program.  This fine initiative helps...

Charitable Bingo Has Untapped Potential

In 2008 a student from Strathcona High School in Edmonton named Chelsea was seriously injured in an auto accident, becoming a paraplegic.  Neither the...