What does 1TG stand for in bingo?

One to go

Online bingo users may use 1TG to share that they only need one more matching number on their card to win. It is one of several acronyms and abbreviations that make up online "bingo lingo."

Where did 1TG come from?

Bingo is a game where players have cards with numbers printed on them in different arrangements. A host then calls out random numbers and if the numbers that are on the player's card are called in a row, then the player calls out "Bingo!"

The game is typically played in-person, but when it moved online in the 2000s, players created acronyms and abbreviations for common phrases, like 1TG for "one to go."

Who uses 1TG?

Online bingo players of all ages may use 1TG when they only have one more spot to fill on their card before they win. These players typically play on a mobile device but may also play on their computer, and chat with other players in the message box provided in the game.


U close?

1TG until Bingo!

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Updated April 28, 2021

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