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Nevada Casino Information
Nevada has 396 casinos in which you'll find more than 203,524 slots and gaming machines.
There are a total of 7139 table games. The minimum bet we've found at casinos in Nevada is $0.01 and the maxium bet is $50,000. Click a casino on the left for more information on a particular property.
If you wish to stay at some nice casino hotels in Nevada, visit the Nevada casino hotels page. We actually have 126 Nevada hotels you can book directly from World Casino Directory. Click here to see a list of all Nevada hotels available.
There is poker in Nevada! You will find over 810 live poker tables to play at. You will find the following games in Nevada casinos: Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Slot machines, 3 Card Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold'em, Baccarat, Video Poker, Mini-Baccarat, Let It Ride Bonus Poker, Big 6, Crazy 4 Poker, Three Card Poker, Pai Gow Tiles, Casino War, Blackjack Switch, Free Bet Blackjack, Limit Holdem, No Limit Holdem, 7 Card Stud, Pot Limit Omaha, Chinese Poker, Omaha 8 or Better, Draw, Sportsbook, Racebook, Keno, Let it Ride, Keno With Progressive, Anything Goes Blackjack, Omaha Hi-Lo, NL Holdem, Razz, Simulcasting, Caribbean Stud Poker, Spanish 21, Sic Bo, NL Texas Hold'em, Electronic Keno, American Roulette, Tournaments, Bingo, Progressive Pai Gow Poker, Midi-Baccarat, Omaha, Wheel-of-Fortune, Mixed Games, Electronic Roulette, Royal Match Roulette, Texas Hold'em, Fortune Pai Gow Poker, Progressive Blackjack, Mississippi Stud, Texas Hold'em Bonus, Mississippi Stud w/ 3 Card Bonus, Electronic Tables, Blackjack - Single Deck , Blackjack Double Deck, Royal Match 21, Three Card Poker Progressive, Progressive 3-Card Poker, Progressive Texas Hold'em, Super Fun 21, Crazy Pineapple, Swim Up Gaming, Pai Gow, Four Card Poker, No Craps Craps, Horse, Rapid Roulette, Electronic Craps, Community/Multi-Player Slots, Electronic Blackjack, Fan Tan, , Crazy 4, Chuck-A-Luck, Red Dog, 7 Card Stud Hi-Lo, Caribbean Stud Poker Progressive Jackpot, 7-Card Stud Razz, Automated Table, Mobile Sportsbook Hotspot, Electronic Bingo, Asia Poker, Stud, Badugi, Triple Draw, Deuces Wild Hold 'Em Fold 'Em, EZ Baccarat, Dragon Bonus Baccarat, Hit & Run 21, Emperors Challenge, 21+3 Xtreme, Omaha Hi, Casino Hold'em Poker, Single Zero Roulette, Horseracing. Some Nevada casinos also offer convention centers and meeting spaces. Over the entire town, you will find a total of 7,575,710 conference sq/ft space in the various casino properties.
Nevada Casino Stats
|Cities with Gambling:||50|
|Nevada Horse Tracks:||2|
|Nevada Casino Hotels:||126|
|Nevada Slot machines:||203,524|
|Nevada Minimum Bet:||$0.01|
|Nevada Maximum Bet:||$50,000|
|Total Casino sq/ft:||10,035,501 sq/ft|
|Total Convention sq/ft:||7,575,710 sq/ft|
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Nevada Casinos and Gambling Facts
Nevada Casinos and the Biggest Casino City in NevadaNevada has a total of 396 casinos and pari-mutuel facilities at your disposal which are spread out across 49 cities throughout the state. The city with the most is Las Vegas with 170 casinos.
Biggest Casino / Gaming Facility in NevadaOut of all casinos in Nevada you'll find The Venetian Las Vegas to be the biggest. It has 3400 gaming machines and 159 table games. You can reach South Point Casino by phone at (702) 414-1000 or by clicking this link: The Venetian Las Vegas to see its information page.
2nd Biggest Casino / Gaming Facility in NevadaComing in second place for largest casino in Nevada is Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall with 3150 gaming machines and 50 table games. This casino can be reached by calling (702) 456-7777 or by clicking this link: Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall to see its information page.
Largest Casino Floor in NevadaThe casino with the largest gaming space in square footage is Resorts World Casino Las Vegas with 175,000 square feet of gaming space. Contact Resorts World Casino Las Vegas clicking here: Resorts World Casino Las Vegas Information.
Nevada has been synonymous with gambling since the first gaming license was issued in 1931 - the iconic recipients opened the Northern Club in 1936 and the rest is, as they say, history. But legal gambling also occurred between 1869 and 1910 with most of it going on in places like Virginia City. The slot machines in use then were invented in San Francisco in 1895, but table games ruled the day. There are currently over 200 true casinos spread throughout the Silver State with most of them in Clark county (Las Vegas, Laughlin) and Washoe county (Reno).
Las Vegas Gambling
Even if we don't always see imploding casinos and cranes jabbing at the skyline, there is always something new happening in Nevada gaming. The latest big thing was legalized online gaming, even though there is only regulation in place for in-state online poker as of the end of 2013. The next big thing to hit the scene will be The LINQ from Caesars Entertainment at The Quad. The centerpiece of this new concept (not a mega-resort , but rather a gathering place to start and end your Las Vegas vacation) is the High Roller. The pods on this "world's largest observation wheel" will take you for a 30 minute ride in space age luxury. Enjoy the ride to 550 feet above The Strip.
The other big thing going on in Las Vegas is The Downtown Project - a grassroots and community development project that is lifting itself up by its own bootstraps. It's a lofty dream that is already seeing a lot of success. Expect to see the core of the city that never sleeps to have dense ground level business activity with $200 million invested in real estate, $50 million in small businesses, $50 million in education, and $50 million in tech startups through the VegasTech Fund. Between online, The Strip, and the exciting developments Downtown, expect Las Vegas to maintain it's glory as the gambling capital of America, if not the world.
Las Vegas Outlying Areas
In addition to Downtown and Las Vegas Strip casinos there is a lot of action just outside of town. Laughlin is a destination resort in its own right featuring big names like Golden Nugget Laughlin, Harrah's Laughlin, and Tropicana Laughlin Hotel and Casino among several others. Gamblers have a lot of things to enjoy in the outlying area with Laughlin located right on the Colorado River and welcoming over 4 million visitors each year. Other Nevada cities near Las Vegas with significant numbers of casinos include Henderson, Summerlin, and Winchester but Laughlin is the most visited.
Reno is unique as a Nevada gaming destination. When you look at the Las Vegas Strip, you see a corporate run empire consisting mostly of MGM and Caesars, in fact they own more than 20 of the 30 or so properties on The Strip. Reno on the other hand is almost completely run by family owned businesses - from Silver Legacy to John Ascuaga's Nugget Reno is full of family owned casinos. Although the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa is owned by a publicly traded company, they are small and only own one other casino; the Monarch Black Hawk Casino (formerly the Riviera Black Hawk Casino) in Black Hawk, Colorado.
Improvements to Reno properties didn't slow down during "the great recession" and places like Peppermill Hotel Casino Reno completed opulent improvements like their Tuscany Towers - the suites here rival the most luxurious Las Vegas rooms and surpass most casino hotels anywhere in the world.
Reno Outlying Areas
South Lake Tahoe hosts some fine casino properties. Harrah's Lake Tahoe Resort and Casino is on par with the luxury resorts of Reno and Las Vegas but offers outdoor recreation that is simply not possible in Las Vegas. Lake Tahoe provides an idyllic setting for this and other resorts like the newly renovated Harvey's Resort and Casino in Stateline, and Cal Neva Lodge and Casino at Crystal Bay. This property was once owned by Frank Sinatra and gets it's name from its location on the California/Nevada border.
The Rest of Nevada
Most of the other Nevada gambling destinations are located on or near the border and mostly attract visitors not willing or able to invest more than a day trip or maybe an overnighter in the adventure. Elko and Wendover draw crowds mainly from the Salt Lake City Utah metro area, but plenty of rural folk as well. Visitors to Wendover can enjoy several properties there including the Wendover Nugget and three Peppermill resorts. Pahrump and Tonopah draw crowds from California as well as locals who may be jaded to the Las Vegas experience.
There are a few additional counties with casinos scattered here and there, and of course road travelers will find banks of slots and a few table games in almost any hotel, gas station or restaurant. We suggest sticking to the bigger properties with plenty of competition though - you simply have a better chance of winning. But sure, have a flutter on blackjack at a truckstop outside of Reno, and by all means if you want to see top name entertainment and gamble then a day trip to Wendover is a great way to go!
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