There are plenty of chances to go gambling in Washington state (we are not referring to Washington DC, the capital of the USA), so if you are going to be staying within the state then you should prepare yourself for a great time. There are twenty eight Indian casinos which operate within the state boundaries, and their agreements with local governments allow them to offer table games as well as electronic scratch ticket games with a predetermined number of winners and losers. These have a maximum bet of $20, meaning that you can stretch the evening out longer with smaller bets in larger amounts. Every casino that you could go to offers blackjack, craps, roulette, slots, video poker, and pull tabs, and in addition to these games you might also find baccarat and mini baccarat, poker, pai gow poker, Caribbean stud poker, three card poker, Spanish 21, big six wheel, keno, bingo, and off track betting. You have to be over the age of twenty one to gamble at all of the casinos, though some will also allow those over the age of eighteen to enter.
You will also find that card rooms are legal within Washington, and have been so since 1974. Each location is allowed a maximum of fifteen tables, and permissible games include blackjack, Caribbean stud poker, pai gow poker, let it ride, casino war, and others, though you will not find baccarat, craps, keno, or roulette. Every individual city has the right to allow or ban these card rooms, so make sure you check before you set off whether they will be allowed in your chosen destination.
A list of the casinos where you can go gambling in Washington state follows here: the Seven Cedars Casino, Angel of the Winds Casino, BJ’s Bingo, Chewelah Casino, Coulee Dam Casino, the Emerald Queen Casino at I-5 and Hotel and Casino at Fife, the Little Creek Casino Resort, the Lucky Dog Casino, Lucky Eagle Casino and Hotel, Mill Bay Casino, Muckleshoot Casino, Nooksack Northwood Casino, Nooksack River Casino, Northern Quest Resort and Casino, Okanogan Bingo Casino, The Pint Casino, the Quil Ceda Creek Nightclub and Casino, the Quinault Beach Resort and Casino, Red Wind Casino, Shoalwater Bay Casino, Silver Reef Hotel Casino Spa, Skagit Valley Casino Resort, Snoqualmie Casino, Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort, Swinomish Casino and Lodge, Tulalip Resort Casino, Two Rivers Casino and Resort, and last but not least the Yakama Nation Legends Casino. These are all accessible easily, and depending on what part of the state you are staying in your options will be wide open.
You will definitely have a great time in Washington, between the casinos and the card rooms, and of course all of the extra entertainment options that come with casino resorts and hotels. If you are forced to stay in an area that is isolated from any convenient casinos, then just do not forget to take your laptop with you – you can easily go to an online casino anytime you like, from right inside your hotel room or even during the business or entertainment that you are there for!