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    Quiz: What State in USA Has the Largest Casino by Square Footage

    No cheating. You only get one guess.

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    https://gamboool.com/top-ten-biggest...square-footage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Player View Post
    No cheating. You only get one guess.

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    https://gamboool.com/top-ten-biggest...square-footage
    I think is a casino in oklahoma - the name escapes me but maybe winstar . I’ll check your link now


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    Quote Originally Posted by CTPlayer View Post
    I think is a casino in oklahoma - the name escapes me but maybe winstar . I’ll check your link now


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    A better question would be which casino has the most number of table games (or just BJ games) or slot machines or whatever. Some places have a lot of gaming in a small space and others are more spread out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeBabar View Post
    " ... a lot of gaming in a small space and others are more spread out."
    Yikes! Another Home Run by ZeeBabar. Many of these casinos
    that you are referring to devote nearly all of their gaming space
    to Slot Machines and "carnival games."


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    The more carnival games, the better.

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    What's interesting is all of the largest US casinos are Indian casinos -- but LV casinos.
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    Foxwoods, Pechanga, Winstar?

    Edit: Eh, I was close sorta.
    Last edited by RS; 01-10-2018 at 08:30 PM.
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    Of all the casinos mentioned in the article I have only been to 5 of them, and only one in the top ten. I never dreamed the biggest casino in usa was in Oklahoma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Player View Post
    Of all the casinos mentioned in the article I have only been to 5 of them, and only one in the top ten. I never dreamed the biggest casino in usa was in Oklahoma.
    That could make for an interesting poll -- how many casinos have you been to? One problem though is I likely can't remember most or even half of them and don't want to spend my time figuring it out. =\
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    My guess is Pechanga.

    Edit: marketing lies. Ugh.

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