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How to Play Loteria

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If you love bingo but want to play a game that’s a little more interactive, try playing loteria. This classic Mexican game has images instead of numbers on the boards. Listen for the caller to sing out a riddle or name of an image and then place a token on your board if you have it. The first player to get 4 tokens in a row and call out “¡Lotería!” wins.

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Tip: To make the game more challenging, consider playing with more than 1 board. For example, give each player 2 boards to play on.

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