"King of the Bingo Game" features a protagonist who experiences intense isolation. He is set apart from the other participants in the game both culturally and emotionally. As the story progresses, he is also set apart from them for his incredible revelation that he is unable to share. By the end of the story, we understand his isolation as operating both from a position of power and from a position of powerlessness. For, despite knowing this wonderful secret, the protagonist is only one man; he is ineffectual against the bigger system.
The bingo caller fails to recognize the protagonist as a person.
The protagonist tries his best to reach out to others in the bingo hall.