- See Bingo.
- A game played with
in which the players cover squares when objects similarly numbered
and lettered are randomly drawn to complete lines or other patterns.
Synonym: Beano. Heres more
- A flat card made of cardboard or non-reusable paper which contains 25 squares
arranged in five vertical and five horizontal rows. The letters B, I,
N, G, O are pre-printed above the five vertical columns, with one letter
appearing above each column. The center space is marked "free." The printed
numbers on the card correspond to the following arrangement: 1 to 15 in the B
column; 16 to 30 in the I column; 31 to 45 in the N column; 46 to 60 in the G
column and 61 to 75 in the O column.
Here's a sample.
- A multi-ply card, made completely from paper or paper products, with perforated
breakopen tab or tabs. The game play area of the card is covered to
conceal a number(s), letter(s) and/or symbol(s);
some of which have been designated in advance as prize winners. Look at an
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- An event held for a specific period of time (generally
beginning in the afternoon and ending by midnight) during
which a qualified organization is entitled to hold casino-style
gaming events. Games conducted include:
roulette, blackjack, poker, craps, gin
rummy, five card stud poker, and
merchandise wheels. Synonym: Vegas Night.
Charitable Games Provider
- An individual or entity holding a license to provide
the premises where charity gaming
- Any religious, benevolent, educational, fraternal, veterans,
service, non-profit medical, volunteer rescue, volunteer
fire, senior citizen or youth athletic organization which is exempt
from the payment of federal income tax under 26 U.S.C. section
501(a) and listed in
section 501(c)(3), (4), (8),
(10), or (19) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Synonym: Qualified Organization. Such organizations may be
permitted licenses to conduct charity
games. For further information about charitable organization
requirements and regulations within a specific locality, please
contact the appropriate local authorities.
Charity Game Equipment
- Includes bingo cards, devices
for selecting bingo numbers, charity
game tickets and charity game ticket dispensing devices.
- The conduct by a qualified organization of bingo,
raffles and charity
Charity Game Ticket
jar ticket and
- A game board containing legal tender or commemorative
coins played in conjunction with
Some pulltab tickets are designated in advance as winners of
coins on the board and prizes concealed beneath the coins.
Take a look at an example.
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ticket which contains only the letters B,
I, N, G, O; bingo card
faces; bingo numbers; and no other symbols. Winning tickets may
incorporate letters spelling the word B-I-N-G-O,
or contain a complete, pre-designated bingo pattern, i.e., vertical,
horizontal, or diagonal line. Take a look at a
- An entity which assembles from raw materials, supplies, or
subparts a completed piece of
charity game equipment
and which sells the charity game equipment to the end user
either directly or through a distributor.
The side of a breakopen
ticket which may display the game name, form number, graphics,
winning symbols, letters or numerals,
prize amounts, number of winners at each level, and price per card.
This side of the ticket is also referred to as the "Face". See a
- The value assigned to individual winning combinations of
symbols and/or the collective value of all
prizes to be awarded in a single game.
- Refers to a pulltab
and is derived from the fact that in certain areas, charitable gaming
tickets were sold from pickle jars. They continue to be referred to as
"pickles" in Nebraska.
- A sheet of paper included in each
set of game tickets detailing the selling
price per ticket to players, number of tickets, ideal gross receipts,
payout/profit information, prize breakdown by denomination, and
sometimes, game play instructions.
-style game with a designated jackpot that, if not won, is carried
forward and added to the jackpot of the subsequent sets of the game
until won. Here's how a
- Unless otherwise noted, pulltab refers
to jar tickets and
charity game tickets. Synonym:
Charity Game Ticket. See an
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- A game in which the prize or prizes are won by one or more
persons who have purchased a raffle ticket. The winner(s)
of the raffle is often determined by drawing a ticket stub from a receptacle
holding ticket stubs corresponding to all tickets sold for the raffle. Other
methods of randomly selecting winners may be used.
- The series of blank lines preceded by a numeral, letter, or symbol
combination that appears on a coin board,
seal card, or tipboard
and is the place where players holding a ticket with the corresponding numeral,
letter, or symbol combination sign their names.