Whether you love to spin the slots, place your chips on the roulette wheel, or put on your best poker face, casinos are where gambling-minded people go to scratch that itch. And though most people think of Las Vegas as the number one casino destination, there are many more land based casinos in America that offer the same experience.
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For those with money to burn, the area’s newest casino is the glitziest and biggest of them all. But it also has some drawbacks. Parking can be hard to maneuver and the table-game minimums on weekends are unconscionably high—$100 a roll in blackjack, for example. And the casino floor-with 3,139 slot machines and 165 tables-feels cramped. (But it’s the best place to people-watch; on a recent visit, a crowd formed around a $100-minimum roulette table to watch former NBA star Allen Iverson play.)