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This extremely active players paradise is just the ticket for those who love sports and love to gamble. Round-the-clock betting action includes more than 700 video poker and slot machines, blackjack, 25-cent craps and a comfortable race and sportsbook. Televisions are located everywhere in the gaming area so you can see all the games. The 24-hour Turf Club offers a one-pound T-Bone Steak and the Triple Crown Buffet will satisfy the biggest appetite, from 7am-10pm daily.
Locals love this place. There are lots of slots, even penny slots, and the pit where you can play blackjack with some of the nicest dealers in town. The decor is simply spectacular with shades of purple, green and aqua. When you get thirsty, there are four bars and several cocktail servers throughout the casino. If you are hungry, there are three restaurants and casual snack bar. This is a casino that never closes, but the restaurants and snack bar have set hours depending on the season. Parking here is never a problem; it has acres of space for autos and recreational vehicles.
If you love gaming, then the Casino At Harrah's Reno is a must-visit. It offers a million chances to win and is by far the liveliest casino floor in Reno. It is filled with the regular casino table games including black jack and craps. If you think you're really good, then you could participate in daily, weekly or monthly tournaments at the poker room that give you a chance to win a seat in the 2007 World Series of Poker! Enjoy the horse racing and sporting events at the Race and Sports Book.
At this fun and friendly casino you can try your luck at the slots or just drop by to eat at its fabulous coffee shop. The coffee shop offers daily specials and is open from 6am to 10pm every day. The food is tasty, the portions generous, and the price is right. This unique casino offers a second-chance drawing throughout the day for those of you who play slots. Every time you hit a jackpot, you are given a numbered ticket. If you have the winning number, you can earn an additional $25 to $500.
Located in the city of Sparks, just a few miles from Reno is the Alamo Casino which attracts people from Reno too. Exciting table games like Blackjack and Poker await you at the numerous slots which number over 200. And those who are too tired to head back home after a hectic night of gambling can simply sleep at their in-house motel.
This local favorite is one of the smaller casinos in town, but it is definitely big on Nevada-style fun. The busy gaming area features all the action you would expect such as Keno, slots and blackjack. When you get hungry, you can choose from two great restaurants both with excellent food and great prices. Your favorite cocktails are also available at the full-service bar. The atmosphere is cozy, down-home-western-style, and the employees are some of the friendliest in town.
At this historic saloon you will find an old Faro table that was nicknamed "The Famous Suicide Table" because two consecutive players lost everything they owned and then committed suicide. Though you cannot play this particular game, the saloon has plenty of slot machines available for you to try your luck; or, just belly up to the bar and enjoy a drink. While you are in the saloon, be sure to notice the original floors from the 1800s.
Enjoy the newest slots on the market the Crystal Bay Club Some of the casino table games that are available to enthusiastic gamers are Single deck blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Three Card Poker. The slot games are Megabucks, Wheel of Fortune, Video Poker, Triple Play, 10 Play, Fifty Play and Penny Slots. You can expect to shell out anything from a penny to, well - your bank balance is the limit.