Arizona gambling halls are located in the "valley of the sun," in the Southwestern section of the United States. Arizona is known for its conditions and awe-inspiring ambiance; from the desert to the mountains, the background is as varied as it is awe-inspiring. The population of Arizona is over five million, and the capital and biggest city is Phoenix, with a population of over 1,400,000.
Arizona gambling dens were approved on American Indian or Native American reservations in the nineteen ninety’s, and bands are allowed "slot allowances" for the number of slot machine games approved in all casino. There are 15 metropolis, with Arizona casinos, run by various native tribes. The lowest age for gaming at Arizona gambling dens is 21, and most of these gambling dens are open all the time. Harrah’s Phoenix Ak-Chin Casino Resort, in Maricopa, is open all hours and has 40,000 sq.ft. of gambling area, with nine hundred and fifty one armed bandits, and 8 table games. Casino Arizona, in Scottsdale, is never closed, with 30,000 square feet, five hundred slot machines, and thirty six table games; and the Paradise Casino, in Yuma, has 30,000 sq.ft., 750 one armed bandits, and fifteen table games.
The largest of the Arizona casinos, Casino Del Sol, is situated in Tucson and is never closed. This two hundred and forty thousandsquare foot gambling hall has 1,000 slots, twenty table games, and six restaurants. An additional one of the greater Arizona gambling halls is the Desert Diamond Casino in Sahurita, with 185,000 sq.ft. of gambling area, four hundred and ninety eight slot machines, fifteen table games, and four dining rooms. The Desert Diamond Casino is open weekly, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and never closes on Saturday and Sunday. There are many other large Arizona casinos, including the Cliff Castle Casino in Camp Verde, with 140,000 square feet, 575 slot machines, and ten table games; and the Gila River Casino – Vee Quiva in Laveen, with eighty nine thousand square feet, 675 one armed bandits, and ten table games.
Additionally, the Blue Water Resort and Casino on the Colorado River in Parker, Arizona, offers chemin de fer and poker, as well as one armed bandits, bingo, and keno. One of the most beloved Arizona gambling dens is the Fort McDowell Casino in Fountain Hills, with daily no-limit poker tournaments, 24-hour table side food service, and the biggest poker jackpots in Arizona. Some of the smaller Arizona casinos consist of the Yavapi in Prescott, with six thousand square feet, 250 slot machines, and 8 table games; and the Spirit Mountain Casino in Mojave, with nine thousand five hundred sq.ft. and 260 slot machines.
Arizona casinos offer wonderful entertainment and around the clock gaming in authentic Las Vegas style.