NAcasino activity began to sprout way back in the early 1970’s. The Native Americans living in reservations were approved and allowed to create casinos that were regulated by the Congress and Federal Government. In these locals people wager money or a value on an event, its outcome unknown, with the intent of increasing their money or values. Sad to say, even if 10 people are in the wager, not all will win.

The risks with betting in a NAcasino are just as great as any casino in the US. In fact the second largest casino in the States is the Mojegan Sun Resort and Casino in Conneticut is Native American. It is smartly localized close to the half-way point between Boston and New York.

NA casino businesses were first created when Indian revenue on their reserves was extremely short and the opportunity arose for them to build something out of the little they had, their land. Besides the need many state departments required NA’s to tax Indian reserves. Legal battles at court were processed over and over again when the industry began to ensure that income needed and the freedom to be an independent nation, as was agreed upon with the US.

Gaming options

NAcasino gaming options vary, but like many other casino’s they focus on poker (table games), Pachinko, Slot Machines of various kinds, video poker, Bingo, Sports and Parimutuel betting, among many others. Wonderful sites to try out are the Pechanga Resort and Casino and Chumash Casino in the state of California. Another Native American casino is the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut; it alone has 7200 slot machines and 380 table games! Options are many and these are just some recommendations to taste and compare.