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American Casino and Card Room Gaming

Casino gaming in the United States is extensive, and in the last few years more states have embraced commercial casino development. The bulk of the revenue comes from large land-based casinos that offer both slots and table games. Racinos, which can offer either traditional slots or video lottery terminals, depending on the jurisdiction, are active in several states as well.

Smaller casinos with bingo, electronic bingo and limited table games provide the balance of casino revenue.

Card room gaming is very popular in some states, with California, Washington and Florida having a significant number of operations.

A number of states allow gaming machine outlets or slot parlors, which consist of either freestanding machines or machines located at bars, restaurants and other establishments.

Casino excursion cruises operate in a number of states, including some that do not otherwise allow casino gaming. The cruises mostly operate smaller vessels that sail into international waters where they may conduct gaming sessions lasting several hours. This type of gaming is not regulated by federal or state governments because it occurs in international waters, defined as three miles or more from the U.S. shoreline.

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