North Dakota Casinos

by Steve Bourie  Learn more about the author 

North Dakota has more than 800 sites throughout the state that offer blackjack, with betting limits of $1-$25, for the benefit of chari­ties. 

There are also six Indian casinos which are limited by law to the following maximum bet limits: blackjack-$100 (two tables in a casino may have limits up to $250), craps-$60, roulette-$50, slots/video poker-$25 and poker-$50 per bet, per round with a maximum of three rounds. 

The terms of the state’s compact with the tribes require gaming machines to return a minimum of 80% and a maximum of 100%. However, if a machine is affected by skill, such as video poker or video blackjack, the machines must return a minimum of 83%.

All casinos are open 24 hours and offer: blackjack, craps, roulette, slots, video poker and video keno. Optional games include: Spanish 21 (S21), Caribbean stud poker (CSP), let it ride (LIR), poker (P), three-card poker (TCP), keno (K), bingo (BG), big-6 wheel (B6) and off-track betting (OTB). The minimum age requirement is 21 for casino gambling and 18 for bingo.

For information on visiting North Dakota call the state’s tourism office at (800) 435-5663 or go to: www.ndtourism.com.

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

 

 

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