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Arizona

Arizona

When you visit the “valley of the sun”, which is one of the ways in which the area where you will find the state of Arizona is called, you will be able to place some bets as soon as you arrive – so long as you know where to go. All of the casinos in this state, which is known for its magnificent scenery and climate that swelters over deserts and mountains, are legally run by native American tribes, and are located on reservation land. They were first allowed in the 1990s, and are run under strict regulations.

Only a certain allocation of slot machines was allowed for each Indian casino, so that they can only have a certain number of machines each in order to limit the size of each facility. The minimum age for legal gambling in Arizona is twenty one, but the good news is that most of these venues are open twenty four hours a day and seven days a week, so that you can play whenever you want to do so. They are presented in a Las Vegas style and so showcase the very best entertainment as well as non stop gambling, and there are also pari mutuel facilities to explore if you prefer to place bets on horse or dog racing events. There are a lot of gambling venues here with thirty six of them in total, which places this at number ten in the ranking of which states in the US have the most casinos available for you to try. These venues are spread out throughout twenty eight different cities in the US, which makes it a lot easier to find them no matter where you are going to be in the state, and if you want to go for the most choice possible then the best option is to go to Tucson, where there are five different casinos on offer. The Casino Arizona at McKellips Salt River is the biggest casino in the state with one thousand five hundred slot machine games on offer for you to try out, as well as thirty table games, meaning that it has a lot of variety for you to try out and will certainly be very rewarding. The second biggest casino is the Apache Gold Hotel Casino, which can boast five hundred slot machine games and four table games, though the selection is a good one.

The other gambling facilities which you can access while you are in the state of Arizona include the Apache County Fair horse track; Apache Greyhound Park; BlueWater Resort and Casino; Bucky’s Casino and Prescott Resort; Casino Arizona at Talking Stick; Casino del Sol; Casino of the Sun; Cliff Castle Casino; Cochise County Fair horse track; Coconino County Fairgrounds and Race Track at Fort Tuthill County Park; Cocopah Casino and Bingo; Desert Diamond Casino I-19; Fort McDowell Casino; Gila County Fair horse track; Gila River Casinos at Lone Butte, Vee Quiva, and Wild Horse Pass; Graham Count Fair; and more.