Oklahoma Casinos

by Steve Bourie  Learn more about the author 

All Oklahoma Indian casinos are allowed to offer both Class II and Class III gaming machines.

Most casinos offer only Class II machines which look like slot machines, but are actually games of bingo and the spinning video reels are for “entertainment purposes only.” Some casinos also offer traditional Class III slots.

In either case, the gaming machines are not allowed to accept or payout in coins. All payouts must be done by a printed receipt or via an electronic debit card. No public information is available concerning the payback percentages on gaming machines in Oklahoma.

Most, but not all, casinos with card games such as blackjack, let it ride or three-card poker, etc., offer a player-banked version where players must pay a commission to the house on every hand they play. The amount of the commission charged varies, depending on the rules of each casino, but it’s usually 50 cents to $1 per hand played. Call the casino to see if they charge a commission. Roulette and dice games are not permitted in Oklahoma.


There are also two horse racing facilities in Oklahoma which feature Class II gaming machines.
All Oklahoma Indian casinos offer gaming machines. Other games include: blackjack (BJ), mini-baccarat (MB), poker (P), three-card poker (TCP), pai gow poker (PGP), let it ride (LIR), bingo (BG) and off-track betting (OTB).

Not all Oklahoma Indian casinos serve alcoholic beverages and the individual listings note which casinos do serve it. Unless otherwise noted, all casinos are open 24 hours. The minimum gambling age is 18 at some casinos and 21 at others.

For more information on visiting Oklahoma call the Oklahoma Tourism Department at (800) 652-6552 or go to: www.travelok.com

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

 

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