Casinos In Deadwood, South Dakota
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- Best Western Hickok House
- Buffalo-Bodega Gaming Complex
- Bullock Hotel
- Cadillac Jacks Gaming Resort
- Celebrity Hotel & Casino
- Deadwood Dicks Saloon and Gaming Hall
- Deadwood Gulch Saloon
- Deadwood Gulch Gaming Resort
- Deadwood Inn & Suites
- Deadwood Mountain Grand
- Deadwood Station Bunkhouse and Gambling Hall
- First Gold Hotel & Gaming
- Gold Country Inn
- Gold Dust Casino & Hotel
- Hickok’s Hotel & Casino
- Iron Horse Inn
- Lodge at Deadwood, The
- Lucky 8 Gaming Hall-Super 8 Motel
- Midnight Star
- Mineral Palace Hotel & Gaming Complex
- Miss Kittys Gaming Emporium
- Mustang Sallys
- Old Style Saloon #10
- Oyster Bay-Fairmont Hotel
- Silverado – Franklin Historic Hotel & Gaming Complex
- Tin Lizzie Gaming
- Veterans Of Foreign War
- Wooden Nickel
Types Of Casinos In Deadwood, South Dakota:
- Land Based Casinos
Casino Hours In Deadwood, South Dakota:
- Many Deadwood, South Dakota casinos hours vary. Check individual casinos for more information on hours.
Casino Games in Deadwood, South Dakota:
- All casinos in the area offer: Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Baccarat Slots, Video poker, and Video Keno.
Deadwood, South Dakota Payback Statistics:
- By state law, South Dakota casinos must release all payback percentages on electronic gaming machines to the public. Just click here to see a list of slot machine payback statistics for all South Dakota casinos.
Gambling Age in Deadwood, South Dakota:
- The minimum gambling age in all Deadwood, South Dakota casinos is 21 years old.
- The closest airport to Deadwood, South Dakota is Rapid City Regional Airport, (RAP), located about 53 miles away.
Local Area & History:
- The first casino opened in Deadwood, South Dakota on November 1, 1989. Local building code and regulations required that all of the buildings in the downtown are to conform with the city’s strict authentic 1880’s architecture Motif.
- Many of the casinos in Deadwood are located in historic structures around the city. There are also some new structures which were designed to match the historic 1880’s theme of the town.
- Deadwood, South Dakota is famous for being the home of James Butler Hickok, better known as Wild Bill Hickok. On August 2, 1876 Wild Bill was shot to death while playing cards in the No. 10 Saloon. The hand Wild Bill was holding at the time he was shot was two pairs: a pair of black aces and a pair of black eights. This hand is now commonly referred to as a “Dead Man’s hand.
- ” Wild Bill Hikok is buried in a local cemetery, alongside his well-known companion, Calamity Jane. The old No. 10 Saloon is still open and operating today! You can be a part of history and gamble in the same spot where Wild Bill met his fateful demise!
- State gaming regulations limit all of the casinos in Deadwood to a maximum of 30 slot machines per location. Also regulations limit three operating licenses per person. To overcome this, some operators combine licenses with other operators to form a cooperative casino. This will look like a single casino, but they actually have several licensees operating under a single name.
- There is a transportation between all casinos on the Deadwood Trolley. The trolley runs a scheduled shuttle service that operates from 7 am- 1am weekdays, and 7 am- 3 am on weekends. The cost is $1 per ride per person.
- The state’s original gaming laws limited poker, three-card poker, blackjack, and let it ride bets to a maximum of $5. This changed in July 2012 to allow maximum bets of $1,000.
- For information on visiting the casinos in Deadwood call the city’s Chamber of Commerce at (800) 999-1876, or go to their website at www.deadwood.org.
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