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Any tips in how to reach Team goal alone in Everyone Wins Bingo?

    Answer from Sier161
    posted 1 week ago

    I decided to play in a room by myself and got the badge with no problem!

    Answer from Life4Style
    posted 1 week ago

    I played in a sharing room with blackout.

    Answer from MomsBassetHound
    posted 1 week ago

    I didn’t play in a passing room for this badge. I just chose the room that had the most people in it.

    A good tip that I didn’t learn until this week. As soon as the room makes the goal stop calling bingos. Save your wild pine cones until the next game. You can have as many as 5 in the pond.

    If you see that the goal isn’t going to be met just get out of the room before the countdown ends.

    Good Luck!!

    Answer from Kirsten
    posted 1 week ago

    After several attempts on getting the team bonus, I figured out what Moms said and it works great. Having those extra wild pine cones really helps you get those extra needed bingos.

    Answer from MomsBassetHound
    posted 1 week ago

    Glad it worked for you Kristen.

    Answer from Padme1
    posted 1 week ago

    You would think that the best answer would be to play in a room that had a lot of people – more people, more bingos called. But, the problem I found with that is the more people in the room, the more bingos they REQUIRE. After I had gotten the badge, I went to a room that had just a couple of people in it and the bingo requirement to reach the team goal was so small, I realized it would have been much easier to play in that kind of room instead of one with a bunch of people. Just my observation. Take it for what it’s worth to you.

    Padme

    Answer from MomsBassetHound
    posted 1 week ago

    Padme – Yes, the goal changes based on the # of people in a room, but that’s just 1 factor used. If there were 5 people in a room and the goal was 75 that would be 15 bingos per person. That means using the same formula the goal would be 300 if there were 20 people in a room. It wouldn’t be quite fair to have the same goal of 75 bingos with 20 people playing.

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