Washington State Casinos

There are many casinos in Washington, and in this state, card rooms are also legal. All of Washington’s casinos are tribal-owned, though the Chewelah and Two Rivers casinos run by the Spokane Tribe are par of an on-going dispute with the state, as they are operating without an official compact. At all of the casinos, you can find video terminals, blackjack, slot machines, roulette, craps, and more.

Some of the other popular games offered by many casinos in this state include poker, bingo, and baccarat. Outside of Las Vegas, Washington’s casinos have some of the most varied games in the entire country.

In Washington, you must be 21 to gamble in casinos and 18 to participate in bingo and pari-mutuel wagering. Card rooms are allowed to have a maximum of 15 tables, with bet caps at $25 – $100 per bet, depending on the games. In some cities, like Seattle, have bans on card rooms in city limits, so before you travel to this state, check the list of legal game rooms from the Washington State Gambling Commission.


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