If you are a regular at Elf Bingo then you may well have noticed a recent change when you have logged in to play. The Even Stevens room has been removed from the lobby and has been replaced with a new room called Cash Splash. So what are the differences, if any, between the two rooms? The most noticeable is the way that the cash prizes are split on the games.
When the room was Even Stevens, the prize pot created by ticket sales was split, as the room name would suggest, evenly between the one line, two lines and the full house winners. This is not the case in the Cash Splash room atElf Bingo.
Like the more traditional 90 ball rooms at the site, the house prize is split with the smallest percentage given to the one line winner and the highest to the full house winner. There are also prizes on the Cash Splash games for the 1TG and 2TG players.
The first game at 7pm on each Thursday is priced at £2 a ticket but over the last couple of weeks there have been impressive prize pools on offer. Here are the results from the last two games in the new room:
2TG share – 23 players won £3.20 each
1TG share – four players won £18.42 each
- Two players shared one line – £36.84 each
- Two line winner – £184.20
- Full house winner – £327.88
2TG share – 29 players won £2.23 each
1TG share – nine players won £9.18 each
- One line winner – £64.64 each
- Two line winner – £161.60
- Full house winner – £287.65
Will you be taking a dip in the Cash Splash winner’s pool at Elf Bingo?