INDIAN CASINOS IN WASHINGTON STATEWashington Casinos

All Washington casinos are affiliated with Indian Tribes and all have compacts with the state allowing them to offer live table games, as well as electronic ‘scratch’ ticket games which use a finite number of tickets with a predetermined number of winners and losers.

These video gaming machines have a maximum bet of $20. The Tribes are not required to release information on their slot machine percentage paybacks. However, according to the terms of the compact between the Tribes and the state, the minimum prize payout for electronic ‘scratch’ ticket games is 75%.

If you are looking for casinos in Vancouver, Washington you are out of luck. However, ilani Casino Resort in Ridgefield is just 20 miles away.

Unlike the casinos in Washington state, in many states the slot machine payback statistics for that particular state’s casinos are released as a matter of public record. Just click here to see a list of slot machine payback statistics for all U.S. casinos.

Most Washington casinos are open on a 24-hour basis. The hours of operation are noted in each casino’s listing for those not open 24 hours.

All Indian casinos in Washington offer blackjack, craps, roulette, slots, video poker and pull tabs. Optional games offered include: baccarat, mini-baccarat, poker, pai gow poker, Caribbean stud poker, three-card poker, ultimate Texas hold em, four card poker, Spanish 21, big 6 wheel, keno, Off-Track Betting and bingo.

The minimum gambling age is 21 at most casinos (at some it’s 18) and 18 for bingo or pari-mutuel betting. Look in the “Special Features” listing for each casino to see which allow gambling at 18 years of age.

If you are looking for casinos in Washington state with hotels you are in luck because a majority of the casinos in the state have hotels.

Although most of the casinos in Washington have toll-free numbers be aware that some of these numbers will only work for calls made within Washington.

For more information on visiting Washington casinos, call the state’s tourism department at (800) 544-1800 or go to: www.experiencewa.com

CARD ROOM CASINOS IN WASHINGTON

Card rooms have been legal in Washington since 1974. Initially limited to just five tables per location, the law was changed in 1996 to allow up to 15 tables. One year later, a provision was added to allow house-banked games. Permissible games include: blackjack, Caribbean stud poker, pai gow poker, let it ride, casino war and numerous other card games. Baccarat, craps, roulette and keno are not allowed.

The maximum bet at each card room is dependent on certain licensing requirements and is capped at either $25 or $100. Additionally, the rooms can be open no more than 20 hours per day. These card rooms are now commonly called “mini-casinos.” The minimum gambling age in a card room is 18.

Each city and county has the option to ban the card rooms so they are not found in every major city (Seattle has none). Due to space limitations we don’t list all of the Washington card rooms in this book.

For a list of card rooms, we suggest that you contact the Washington State Gambling Commission at (360) 486-3581, or visit their website at: www.wsgc.wa.gov

Be sure to check back often so you can stay up to date on what is the new casino in Washington state. 

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Visit our Washington casinos map page to see a detailed map showing all casinos in that state.

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

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