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Oregon law permits bars and taverns to have up to six video lottery terminals that offer various versions of video poker. Racetracks are allowed to have no more than 10 machines. The maximum bet allowed is $2 and the maximum payout on any machine is capped at $600.
These machines are the same as regular video gaming devices but are called lottery terminals because they are regulated by the state’s lottery commission which receives a share of each machine’s revenue. The machines accept cash but do not pay out in cash; instead, they print out a receipt which must be taken to a cashier.
Click here to see a list of Oregon casino slot machine payback statistics.
There are nine Indian casinos in operation in Oregon. According to the governor’s office which regulates the Tribe’s compacts, “there is no minimum payback percentage required on the Tribe’s machines. Each Tribe is free to set their own limits on their machines.”
All casinos offer blackjack, slots and video poker. Some casinos also offer: craps (C), roulette (R), poker (P), Pai Gow Poker (PGP), let it ride (LIR), three card poker (TCP), four card poker (FCP), big 6 wheel (B6), bingo (BG), keno (K) and off track betting (OTB). Unless otherwise noted, all casinos are open 24 hours and the minimum gambling age is 21 (18 for bingo).
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Shown below is a list of all Oregon casinos. Click on a casino name to see a page of detailed information about that particular casino.
- Chinook Winds Casino Resort
- Indian Head Casino
- Kla-Mo-Ya Casino
- Mill Casino Hotel, The
- Old Camp Casino, The
- Seven Feathers Hotel & Casino Resort
- Spirit Mountain Casino-Oregon
- Three Rivers Casino & Hotel
- Three Rivers Casino Coos Bay
- Wildhorse Resort & Casino