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Native American Gaming — Your Local Neighborhood Casino

Hundreds of Tribes Offer Convenient Gaming and Great Poker Rooms for Millions of Americans

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Nov 27, 2009

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When you descend upon McCarran International Airport during a late Las Vegas night, the city’s vibrant colors can appear both mystical and overwhelming: the carnival blue and red of the Rio, the emerald green of the MGM, the perfect parallel gold lines that make up Mandalay Bay. There truly is no place quite like Sin City. But when it’s all said and done, Las Vegas is a city that has been created for tourists — for visitors who come in for a couple of days to get a taste of the madness. Your local Indian casino offers an experience that can be just as rewarding, and it’s in your own backyard. Nationwide, according to the National Indian Gaming Association, 233 tribes in 28 states use Indian gaming to create new jobs, fund essential government services, and rebuild communities. In total, members of nations, tribes, or bands of Native Americans who ...


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