I recently read in the mnpls. paper that indian casinos in minnesota have not been regulated for fair gaming since 2007 or 2008, Mn. can not afford the salaries of the workers needed to do it B.S, and boy can you tell we arrived at hinckly casino on sunday the 3rd of march and stayed until the 7th. The gaming was nothing short of pathetic and has been since i can remember,we tried pennies,quarters,dollars,pull tabs,keno, you name it and got nothing like usual! We spent alot of money there in five days of so called gambling and never even took out a slip for a hundred dollars. These places are getting filthy rich off old and young white people. People need to stop going to these places they DO NOT LIKE WHITE PEOPLE!!!!! they have not forgotten what our ancestors did and they will steal every dollar you have. Our government does nothing and we keep going, open state and federal casinos and solve the budget problems. My advice stay out of indian casinos let them support their selves. P.S. this is not sour grapes, i get robbed every time i go there, tell your grand parents to find another hobby!
Hinckly at one time was fun.Now its pretty mundane. Their gaming is like most native casinos,un-regulated and poor at best.Personally i have lost money at least the last 50 times i been there!"hard to believe but true"and more than a few dollars.The casino is clean and has a decent no smoking section.The food has taken a big turn for the worst, hotel and players club is decent.If you go prepare for a below average buffet,friendly staff,clean casino,and nice hotel rooms!Great perks and comps,but bring lots of money you'll need it!
I tend to rate a casino by it's player's club, so this one is better than most. It used to be better - but it seems all player's clubs have lowered their incentives and Hinckley seems to have lowered their's the least. Lots of slots and variety. The buffet is hit or miss, some days great and other days not so much. In the Wisconsin/Minnesota area - this is my preferred casino, even though it's a 2 hour drive and most of the others are 30-60 minutes away.
I used to go to this casino a couple times a week and have noticed a distinct difference in the average payouts on the 1, 2 and 5 cent machines. Most times the payouts are very low. Even after playing a long time between bonuses and through several bonus rounds, the payouts are lower than previous years. I can't play very long on $100.00 with a $1 to $1.50 bet, just to get a $3 to $10.00 bonus. It sure takes the fun out of it!
I don't go to this casino much, anymore. I do better elsewhere.