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We still have a few openings for dedicated teachers. If you are passionate about teaching yoga and meditation, or if you have anything mindful, heart opening, inspiring or health-focussed that you would like to share with the "2ND FLOOR" community, please send us an email with the subject "Open Vacancies" and the following information:

- Brief introduction about yourself and what you would like to offer

- Qualifications and strengths

- Contact details (Full Name, Mail, Phone Number)

We look forward to hearing from you!









Bingo Basics

As a rule, the game starts when all the players have their bingo tickets. A bingo ticket is a card with a 5x5 grid. 5 columns on the card correspond to 5 letters of the name of the game "B-I-N-G-O". 24 numbers per each card are random from the limits of 1 to 75. The center of the card is an empty space. After that the game begins, and the caller selects numbers at a random and calls them. As soon as the caller calls one number, all the players mark it on their tickets. The winner is determined when one or several of the players complete the winning bingo pattern. The pattern can be different depending on the hall the game is held. As in one casino it can be a line, either vertical, horizontal or diagonal, a full house (when all the numbers are to be covered) or any symbol, letter or digit.

The numbers in the columns of a Bingo ticket are selected at random and printed according to the range - numbers in the B column are from 1 to 15, in the I column between 16 and 30, in the N column (that contains four numbers and the free (blank) space) between 31 and 45, in the G column between 46 and 60, and in the O column between 61 and 75.

Players are provided with series of unique cards, that sometimes count 4,000 or 6,000. Some manufacturers produce cards with a series number that means that the cards with the same series number will have the same numbers in the same places.






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