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Learning to play the bingos:


On my site http://danny.cdyn.com/Misc Bingo.htm down at the bottom is a section called U.S. Bingos - Under the Bally and United columns, read a few of the pages like Spot Lite - I try to explain how the games are played here - If there is some other detail you would like to see, just let me know and I will add in something for you........

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You're site STILL RULES the web. Bar none. LOVE your site.

Thank you for your reply via email! Hope to hear from you again soon!



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Glad you like the site! _ Thank you for the compliment D _ Stay in touch!


I have for years and always will as long as I am making bingos. You know where I currently am so you should have no problems finding the newest bingos I have made.

Should you have ANY problems locating me online, do not hesitate to email me. I am always glad to help fellow bingo players out anytime especially when pure visual pinball is involved or not. In only two months I have gotten 5 bingos finished from the ground up in Visual Pinball 9.2.1 r866 and there is more on the way.

Just LOVE those Bally bingos; the art alone on each of the playfields are just too damned gorgeous to ignore.

April 2, 2014 - 4:20am here. Have work to do on Twin Joker, 1973 Bally and many more bingos are in the works.

So you know; I visit your pages almost daily - your site is a plethora of absolute insight and wealth on ALL bingos - it's a first stop destination for anyone interested in the subject.

You too, please keep in touch sir; you and Phil keep those pages up as long as possible. I have no idea what would happen if the web lost such valuable information! Most folks would more or less be lost!

aka druadic via roguepinball

PS: I do not frequent this site as well as VPF as much as I used to do in the past, but you know where I am if you need anything. Best of luck to JPH and Pinball Nirvana though; I wish him all the best.
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