Kansas Casinos

by Steve Bourie  Learn more about the author 

In April 2007 the Kansas legislature authorized local referendums to allow state-run casinos in four counties. Casinos were approved for Wyandotte County (home to Kansas City), Ford County, Sumner County and Cherokee County.
 
As of August 2012, casinos had opened in three of the four counties. The lone exception was Cherokee where no company had applied for that casino license.

The Kansas Racing & Gaming Commission does not release information about the payback percentages on electronic gaming machines in Kansas. However, gaming regulations require that all machines return no less than 87%.

Unless otherwise noted, all Kansas casinos are open 24 hours and offer the following games: blackjack, craps, roulette, slots and video poker. Other games include: poker (P), Caribbean stud poker (CSP), let it ride (LIR), three card poker (TCP) and bingo (BG). The minimum gambling age is 21.

There are also five Indian casinos in Kansas and they are not required to release information on their slot machine payback percentages. However, according to officials at the Kansas State Gaming Agency, which is responsible for overseeing the tribal-state compacts, “the minimum payback percentage for electronic gaming devices is 80%.”

Unless otherwise noted, all Kansas Indian casinos are open 24 hours and offer the following games: blackjack, craps, roulette, slots and video poker. Other games include: poker (P), Caribbean stud poker (CSP), let it ride (LIR), three card poker (TCP) and bingo (BG). The minimum gambling age is 21.

For information on visiting Kansas call the state’s tourism de­partment at (785) 296-2009 or visit their web site at www.travelks.com

Shown below is a list of all Kansas casinos. Click on a casino name to see a page of detailed information about that particular casino.

 

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