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All of the United States local casinos with directions, website, and contact information on one list or go to the individual U.S. States. Find a place to get out of the house and play nearby, or find the perfect vacation spot for gambling lovers. Unlike other maps, this is the one and only complete, hand-built list. Since Google Maps has trouble identifying them based on different users search criteria, this is a much better human-edited solution, updated periodically. Good luck, and don’t forget to check back for new additions and updated listings in the future.
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U.S. Casino States Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, in most USA casinos, you have to be at least 21 years of age to gamble or walk out on to the gaming floor. They check ID’s. In some states 18 years of age and older allowed to place bets. See the map for more details.
If you are going to gamble this is a great way to get points exchangeable for money, coupons for games and buffets, or free slot spins. Not using a players club card is wasting the chance at a lot of extra comps. It also gives the casino a chance to track highroller’s play and issue win/loss statements.
You will be submersed in the total experience staying just a couple of feet away from the restaurants, nightlife, shows, and the games. Also comps can usually be applied to your room making it less expensive than most think.
Anywhere in Las Vegas if you are playing, defiantly yes. Elsewhere some casinos are not allowed to serve alcohol to people who are gambling. Most that do serve will offer free drinks to their players. Don’t forget to tip and make sure that you are careful with your consumption, as you want to win money, not lose it due to not thinking clearly.
Yes, the dealers can explain the rules of any game, while pit bosses can explain regulations and rules and how they are rating your play. The staff is there to help you!
In the majority of the casinos across the states, mobile phones are allowed, but taking pictures of the games is not, therefore security may ask that you not use your phone while on the gaming floor.
Yes. In order to play any game you’ll have to exchange your money for chips (tokens) at a electronic cashier station, from a dealer at a table, or at the casino cage. You may also play with cash at the slot machines where a voucher will be printed when you cash out. Chips are freely interchangeable with money but don’t have any value outside a casino. You can however use them as tips.