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    Quick Facts: Alabama is one of the few states that does not have a lottery. Alabama does not have state authorized casinos. You will find tribal casinos here. One of the most popular is Wind Creek Casino. In addition there are operations with "video bingo terminals" which act and feel just like video slots. You will find these casino games at a few of the greyhound tracks.

    Bingo is popular in the state. Home poker is legal with no rake taken for the house. There is greyhound racing and horse racing in Alabama with pari-mutuel betting going on.

    You must be 18 to get into the indian casinos, 19 to bet on dogs or horses. Neighboring state of Mississippi has a number of casinos in various towns (Biloxi, Tunica, Shreveport, etc...), so if your looking for a bit more of a gambling 'scene' make the extra travel. Click here for the Alabama casino map which notates locations you can gamble in Alabama (pari-mutuel and casinos)

    Alabama Gaming Statistics:

    Number of casinos: 9
    Number of slot machines: 10351
    Number of tables: 15
    Number of greyhound tracks: 2

    Gambling facilities in Alabama:

    Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Montgomery - Montgomery, AL - (334) 273-9003 - 2200 gaming machines
    Wind Creek Wetumpka Casino & Hotel - Wetumpka, AL - (334) 514-0469 - 2520 gaming machines
    Wind Creek Atmore Casino & Hotel - Atmore, AL - (251) 368-8007 - 1701 gaming machines
    Birmingham Race Course - Birmingham, AL - (205) 838-7500
    Greenetrack Bingo & Racing - Eutaw, AL - (205) 372-9318 - 300 gaming machines
    Mobile Greyhound Park - Theodore, AL - (251) 653-5000
    VictoryLand - Shorter, AL - (334) 727-0540 - 3200 gaming machines
    Green Charity Bingo - Eutaw, AL - (205) 372-4474 - 300 gaming machines
    Carnival Fantasy Casino - Mobile, AL - 800 438-6744 - 130 gaming machines

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    Casino Games you will find in Alabama:

    Slot machines
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    3 Card Poker
    Let It Ride Bonus Poker
    Ultimate Texas Hold'em
    Face Up Blackjack
    Fun 21 Blackjack
    Poker Pro Texas Hold'em

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