Wyoming was just announced as one of the most "gambling obsessed states," so we decided to find some places you can get your fix!
1. Wind River Hotel & Casino
Just south of Riverton, the Wind River Hotel & Casino is Wyoming's largest gambling option. With t...
In 1888, two years before Wyoming officially became a state, Crook County Representative Tom Hooper famously told the Territorial Legislature, "Show me the man who will not gamble in some way and I will show you an imbecile."
Indeed, gambling has been a popular past time here in the Cowboy State ever since the railroad arrived nearly 150 years ago...
Time to get on the bus and head off for a few days of fun at Deadwood Gulch Gaming Resort in South Dakota! This trip is November 11 -13, and includes round-trip transportation for two, plus two nights accommodations, breakfast, dinner, and gaming vouchers! Visit DeadwoodGulch.com for more info on the upcoming dates, or to reserve your trip today!
Last night was a long night. A drunk cowboy grabbed my unmentionables, quite provocatively. But I couldn't retaliate because he still would have been able to beat me up. So that sucks. Watch these videos. You owe me.
The bust you get for going over 21 won't be the biggest one at the Tropicana Casino and Resort in Atlantic City.
The casino plans to hire some - how shall we say? - well-endowed female dealers to distract people at the blackjack tables.