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 Minnesota Gambling: Casinos, Poker, Pari-mutuel 

Minnesota Casinos and Gambling

Minnesota Gambling & Casinos :: Minnesota Casinos :: Minnesota Pari-mutuel & Casino

The state of Minnesota houses well over thirty casinos. Many more such gambling facilities can be found throughout the state of Michigan in areas like Bejou, Carlton, Cass Lake, Deer River, Duluth, Grand Portage, Granite Falls, Hinckley, Mahnomen, Mankato, Naytahwaush, Ogema, Onamia, and Ponsford. Plus, several facilities can be found in Ponsford, Prior Lake, Red Lake, Saint Ogema, Thief River Falls, Tower, Walker, Warroad, Waubun, and Welch.

Minnesota?s casinos offer a variety of gambling entertainment. Some of Minnesota?s casinos offer gaming devices like Pull Tabs, Video Poker, Video Keno, and Video Craps, while other casinos offer both slots and several gaming tables. Gaming tables frequently include both Blackjack and Poker, but several of Minnesota?s casinos also offer Seven Card Stud Poker, and Texas Hold?em. Finally, a select few of Minnesota?s gambling sites specialize in one type of gaming like Bingo.

Minnesota?s casinos operate with hours that vary; some are open twenty-four hours a day, while others are open during select hours. Further, several of Minnesota?s casinos offer a number of additional services to their visitors. In fact, many of the casinos in Minnesota are family oriented and offer a number of services suitable for the entire family. Such services frequently include RV Parking, arcades, banquet halls, complimentary drinks, conventions, dancing, free parking, free valet parking, gift shops, live entertainment, spas, golf, swimming pools, and marinas. There are casino?s offering babysitting and daycare services, special children?s programming and even allow pets on the location! Finally, many casinos are situated near snowmobile trails and hiking trails or provide easy access to nearby skiing facilities.

Unfortunately, Minnesota is limited in the number of pari-mutuel race tracks they have to offer tourists as they only have one: The Canterbury Park and Card Club in Shakopee, Minnesota. Nevertheless, Canterbury Park offers a variety of gambling including the Daily Double, Exacta, Pick 3, Pick 6, Race Book, and Trifecta. What?s more, visitors can place win, place, or show bets on every race! Finally, visitors can eat right on location at the bar, lounge, café, diner, restaurant, or even at the deli which Canterbury offers.

Minnesota firmly regulates all gambling sites within the state. Further, the state of Minnesota strongly frowns upon any form of unlawful gambling fraud, the use of counterfeit chips, card counting, the marking of any gaming equipment, and any other form of cheating. What?s more, any facility found participating in cheating is apt to have fines imposed upon them and they run the risk of having their gaming properties seized.

Most Minnesota?s casino?s offer lodgings. Thus, visitors can book accommodations at almost any of the casinos they visit in Minnesota. Conversely, any casinos that do not offer accommodation on site are conveniently situated near a number of hotels, inns, motels, and other forms of lodging. Likewise, many of Minnesota?s casinos house a number of eateries, and if a tourist or a resident of Minnesota chooses to eat out, they can dine in any number of nearby diners and restaurants.

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