When You Should Stop Playing Bingo


It goes without saying but bingo is a wonderful game at Barbados Bingo, it mixes genuine entertainment with excitement in a way that other games do not. It is easily accessible, has a friendly community, and is simple to play which only encourages people to take part. Unfortunately, as with anything that involves gambling, there sometimes comes a point when you have to stop.

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Sometimes players can lose sight of things and become addicted in all the worse ways. Luckily there are a few signs, some obvious and others less so, which can tell you whether you are playing bingo too much. The below list is of signs to look out for, not only in yourself but your fellow players. 

It is no longer fun 

We’ll start with a relatively innocuous reason why you should stop playing, if you no longer find playing bingo fun then you should stop playing. Not only are you going to be wasting your time on something you don’t enjoy but you’ll also be wasting money on it too. There could be a variety of reasons as to why you don’t find it fun anymore but gambling when you are unhappy or on edge is not gambling responsibly as it could lead to you making some bad decisions with your money. 

You feel dependent on it 

If you feel like you cannot go a few days without playing a game of bingo then we suggest that you might have to stop playing completely. If you enjoy bingo after a long, hard day at work that is fine but if playing bingo is starting to interfere with your life and you find yourself canceling other obligations in order to play then you might be addicted.

This problem has only been amplified by the ease with which bingo games can be accessed, all you need is a smartphone with some wifi and you can play bingo on one of the many apps available. Delete the apps and put a block on them if you are finding yourself playing too much, if the issue persists then you should seek professional help for addiction. 

It is financially hurting you 

The biggest sign that playing bingo has become a problem is when you are spending more than you should be. If you ever check your bank account after a game and find yourself wondering how you could have spent so much money on bingo then we suggest that it is time to stop playing before it becomes a serious issue. A tip that can stop this from happening is if you set aside a spending limit for your bingo session and once you have hit the limit, leave the game. 


While bingo is a beloved game to be enjoyed, there is a risk you could find yourself becoming addicted. Luckily, there is always support available for those who seek it out. Bingo sites will also monitor how much time and money you spent on their apps and will contact you when they feel it is getting out of hand.

About the author

Brent Dixon is the owner of E-Crypto News and an early adopter of cryptocurrencies. He is a Book editor- that has edited numerous books on Cryptocurrencies. He has been a writer for more than 30 years. Covering everything from Jazz Music to Blockchain Technology. He currently lives with his wife on Miami Beach, Fl.

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