Wheel of Fortune Bingo allows you to choose to play on one, two, or three cards, with a bet being placed on each card. At the beginning of each game, Bingo balls will begin to fall, giving you a chance to fill your card(s) over 30 spins of the Wheel of Fortune Wheel. If an orange ball falls, it gives you a chance to guess a letter on the Wheel of Fortune puzzle board, like you see on the television show.
The wheel spins automatically every few seconds, and it's the luck of the draw (or spin) that determines the color of the ball that falls. In most cases, you'll be left with yellow balls that simply contain bingo numbers for your card. In rare cases, however, you can also receive blue or red balls, which may give you free tokens or free letters on the puzzle board, as examples.
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