Non-Letter, Non-Number Bingo Patterns
Here are a number of different bingo patterns played land-based or online. A simple definition of the bingo patterns is also given.
An Airplane pattern is a vertical line at G intersected by a horizontal line in the middle with three spaces at B horizontally beginning at the second space. Arrowhead pattern are three spaces vertical and horizontal meeting on the first space at O with another space on the second square down at G.
Bingo pattern B and O are vertical lines at B and O. A Barbell pattern is a horizontal line at the middle row with three vertical squares at both ends. The Block of Six or Six-Pack pattern is two columns of three spaces each at B and I or any place on the card.
Blood, Sweat, and Tears are three any three patterns on a single card, except the corner pattern. Eight-Pack are two sets of four spaces either horizontal or vertical adjoining, forming a rectangle. Eight States are spaces around the free space. Nine-Pack are nine spaces forming a square anywhere on the card.
Postage Stamps are two squares of four spaces representing as "stamps" on the card. Kite and Tail are four spaces together forming a small square any corner of a card plus an extending diagonal line from one corner of the small square as tail. Top and Bottom are rows on said places. Cover all or Blackout covers the entire card and takes time to play.
A Check Mark is a diagonal line from corner to corner with three spaces horizontal at the lower end of the line. Go Bingo are any two adjoining horizontal lines. A Ladder is two lateral columns interspersed in-between with marked and unmarked spaces. Frame Inside is 8 spaces around the free space, similar to Eight States.
Double Outside is two full-length horizontal and vertical lines meeting at an end. A pyramid is a full-length row on the bottom followed by a row of three spaces directly above plus one space on top of that. Railroad Tracks are lateral columns with an unmarked column between them. Finally, a Top Hat is a row on the bottom and three by three spaces forming a square on top.
Bingo patterns cover a lot of other figures and objects other than letter and number figures. Being a card and numbers game of mostly common people, picture patterns are also mostly from common things found around us in our daily lives.