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Reno    

This is the most in-depth site for all the hotels, casinos and events in Reno. Be sure to click on the "extras" button at the top of the page and scroll down to their "senior services." You'll also find listings on this site for galleries, free coupons and much, much more.This page will help you find what you want to know about hotels and casinos in Reno. Click on the logo button to visit the individual property's website. The page will open in a new window that you can close to get back here. If you'd like more in-depth reviews of the hotels and casinos, try RenosCasinos.com and go to the Casino Links page.
    
Visit Reno    
http://visitreno.com/casinos.php     



South Dakota    

South Dakota’s bars and taverns are allowed to have up to 10 video lottery terminals (VLT’s) that offer the following games: poker, keno, blackjack and bingo. These machines are the same as regular video gaming devices but are called lottery terminals because they are regulated by the state’s lottery commission which receives a share of each machine’s revenue. The machines accept cash but don’t pay out in cash; instead, they print out a receipt which must be taken to a cashier. The maximum bet is $2 and the maximum payout allowed is $1,000.

Slot machines, as well as blackjack and poker are only permitted at the state's nine Indian casinos and in the historic city of Deadwood. Deadwood was once most famous for being the home of Wild Bill Hickok who was shot to death while playing cards in the No. 10 Saloon. The hand he held was two pairs: black aces and black eights, which is now commonly referred to as a “dead man’s hand.” Wild Bill is buried in the local cemetery along with another local celebrity: Calamity Jane.
 
U.S. Casino Directory    
http://www.americancasinoguide.com/south_dakota.shtml     



Las Vegas    

VisitLasVegas.com is the tourist destination web site of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA). The LVCVA is the official destination marketing organization of Las Vegas and the surrounding Clark County Area. It operates the Las Vegas Convention Center and Cashman Center. The LVCVA brings visitors to Las Vegas and Clark County by promoting tourism, conventions, meetings and special events.

This site is literally one-stop shopping for everything Vegas, Here you can obtain a free visitors guide, find special deals, get interactive maps, get information on shows and events, dining, attractions, spas, golf courses, weddings, shopping, weather, history, fun facts and so much more.     

Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority    
http://www.visitlasvegas.com/vegas/index.jsp     
877-847-4858


 
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