Given the weather we’re having at the moment (yes, think cats and dogs) it’s lucky that we’ve had this brought to our attention. Something that one can do inside, by the fire and with a glass of decent tinto to hand.
I refer to this at Cheekybingo. It’s pretty much the usual set up. Online bingo games as advertised across the UK. Run out of Gibraltar as so many of these games are (that’s all about the tax regime). The difference here seems to be that you can in fact play (for low stakes admittedly) the games for free. Which is rather nice really, being able to play the game, have the chance of winning money, without actually risking any.
Sure, the point of that is to get you onto the site and then tempted to add in money to use as a stake. But then there’s nothing wrong with that either. If you want to play bingo then why not spend your money doing so?
What does amuse us is the mountains of verbiage that the law says such sites now have to swaddle themselves in. Vast amounts of detail about how you can opt out of playing, ban yourself from the site even. But then that’s just the way that games like bingo are indeed wrapped up these days.
Entirely up to you whether you want to try it out or not: but let’s face it with the mist currently 10 feet above ground level there’s not going to be much golf for the next day or two is there?