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North Dakota has 32 casinos in which you'll find more than 3,911 slots and gaming machines.
There are a total of 180 table games. The minimum bet we've found at casinos in North Dakota is $0.01 and the maxium bet is $250. Click a casino on the left for more information on a particular property.
There is poker in North Dakota! You will find over 30 live poker tables to play at. You will find the following games in North Dakota casinos: Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Slot machines, Video Poker, No Limit Holdem, Pull tabs, Bingo, Electronic Bingo, Paddle Wheel, Electronic Keno, 3 Way-Action, Texas Hold'em, Omaha, 3 Card Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold'em, Let it Ride, Four Card Poker, Electronic Blackjack, Phil 'Em Up, Mac Extra, 24/7 Blackjack, Omaha Hi-Lo, 7 Card Stud, Tahoe Hi-Low, Mississippi Stud, Mixed Games, Horseracing. Some North Dakota casinos also offer convention centers and meeting spaces. Over the entire town, you will find a total of 122,859 conference sq/ft space in the various casino properties.
North Dakota Casino Stats
|North Dakota Casinos:||32|
|Cities with Gambling:||12|
|North Dakota Horse Tracks:||1|
|North Dakota Slot machines:||3,911|
|North Dakota Minimum Bet:||$0.01|
|North Dakota Maximum Bet:||$250|
|Total Casino sq/ft:||311,375 sq/ft|
|Total Convention sq/ft:||122,859 sq/ft|
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Places to Gamble in North DakotaBelcourt casinosBismarck casinosDickinson casinosFargo casinosFort Yates casinosGrand Forks casinosHankinson casinosMinot casinosNew Town casinosSt. Michael casinosWest Fargo casinosWilliston casinos
North Dakota Casino Map
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North Dakota Casinos and Gambling Facts
North Dakota Casinos and the Biggest Casino City in North DakotaNorth Dakota has a total of 32 casinos and pari-mutuel facilities at your disposal which are spread out across 12 cities throughout the state. The city with the most is Fargo with 11 casinos.
Biggest Casino / Gaming Facility in North DakotaOut of all casinos in North Dakota you'll find Dakota Magic Casino Resort to be the biggest. It has 1001 gaming machines and 18 table games. You can reach South Point Casino by phone at (701) 634-3000 or by clicking this link: Dakota Magic Casino Resort to see its information page.
2nd Biggest Casino / Gaming Facility in North DakotaComing in second place for largest casino in North Dakota is Sky Dancer Casino & Resort with 820 gaming machines and 10 table games. This casino can be reached by calling (701) 244-2400 or by clicking this link: Sky Dancer Casino & Resort to see its information page.
Largest Casino Floor in North DakotaThe casino with the largest gaming space in square footage is 4 Bears Casino & Lodge with 120,000 square feet of gaming space. Contact 4 Bears Casino & Lodge by calling (701) 627-4018 or by clicking here: 4 Bears Casino & Lodge Information.
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North Dakota Casinos & Gambling
North Dakota allows Tribal and Charitable gaming, horse racing, and off-track betting in person and online. There are no commercial casinos in the state so don't expect to see names like Hollywood Fargo or Caesars Bismarck anytime soon. There are also two horse tracks and several off-track betting sites, over 100 bingo halls, and a state lottery.
North Dakota Tribal Gaming
There are currently six Tribal Casinos in the state with Dakota Magic Casino Resort and Skydancer casinos being the largest. Sky Dancer has recently expanded significantly and has quite a technological display paying homage to their namesake "Northern Lights". See the video and description of the techniques used to recreate the natural phenomenon of the Sky Dancer in our review of Sky Dancer Casino & Resort. The smallest Tribal gaming venue in the state is the Turtle Mountain Mini Casino, also owned and managed by the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians.
North Dakota Charitable Gaming & Bingo
One usually only thinks of bingo when the words "charitable gaming" come up, but in North Dakota it can entail a lot more. Blackjack tables are common and there are dozens of venues that host games for, and on behalf of, a "community spirited organizations" such as a youth program or art museum. Venues are allowed two poker tournament dates per year. You can read our review of the poker tournament held at Fargo's King Pin Casino in March 2014 by following the link. Players must be aged 21 or older to play pull tabs, punchboards, twenty-one, calcuttas, sports pools, paddlewheels, or poker. Bingo play is allowed by minors under the age of 18 as long as they are accompanied by an adult, or "...the bingo is conducted under a local permit, or the prize structure does not exceed that allowed for a local permit." There is no age limit for raffles unless the charitable organization itself sets a limit.
North Dakota Horse Racing & Off-Track Betting
There are currently two active tracks in the state: Chippewa Downs in Belcourt, and North Dakota Horse Park in Fargo. Chippewa Downs holds an 8 day season in the summer, then about two weeks later North Dakota Horse Park runs a 6 day season.
North Dakota allows off-track betting in brick and mortar establishments as well as online. The North Dakota Racing Commission lists three sites with walk-up teller windows and well over 30 "Live" or "Coming Soon" social gaming sites where people can bet on the races. There are five companies licensed to provide to provide OTB services over the internet.
North Dakota Lottery
The North Dakota Lottery began in 2004 after an initiative was passed by the populace in 2002. The lottery is unique in the US as it is the only lottery that disallows state-only games, all tickets sold must be to multi-jurisdictional lotteries. Most, if not all, instant win or scratch games are run by the state rather than a multi-state pool, so North Dakota is the only US state without instant win games. You can find up to the minute results for North Dakota Powerball and other games on our North Dakota Lottery Results page.
North Dakota Lottery Results
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|Powerball||18 21 25 28 29, Powerball: 16, Power Play: 2
(Aug 29 draw)
(Sep 2 draw)
|Wild Card||06 18 21 22 32, Wild Card: KC
(Aug 29 draw)
(Sep 2 draw)
|Hot Lotto||15 23 26 41 42, Hot Ball: 01
(Aug 29 draw)
(Sep 2 draw)
|MEGA Millions||13 35 40 60 68, Mega Ball: 09
(Aug 28 draw)
(Sep 1 draw)
|2 By 2||06 19 06 20
(Aug 31 draw)
(Aug 28 draw)
North Dakota Casino Jobs
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