Can you tell me which places in the US have laws against gambling?

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7 months ago

I’m planning a road trip across several states in the US and being an avid gambler, I’d love to test my luck in different casinos along my route. I’m aware that some states have strict regulations or prohibitions against gambling, which may limit where I can play. To make my trip more enjoyable and to avoid any legal issues, I’d appreciate some information about which states have restrictions or outright bans on gambling.

Moreover, if there are specific rules within certain states, such as certain counties or cities that either allow or prohibit gambling, that would also be helpful to know. I would also be interested in knowing more about the types of gambling allowed in various states – such as sports betting, poker, slot machines, etc. Having a clear idea of the gambling laws in each state would help me plan my route and activities better.

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7 months ago

In addition to what ‘cupcake1’ rightfully mentioned, you might also want to consider Tribal Casinos on your road trip, as these can often be found in states where other forms of gambling might be restricted or banned outright. These casinos are located on Native American tribal land and operate under federal law, therefore, states don’t typically have jurisdiction over them. They can offer a different experience and it could be an interesting part of your trip!

As for understanding the types of gambling, most laws differentiate between games of chance and games of skill. While some states may allow betting on games that they consider to be skill-based, such as poker or blackjack, games of chance like slot machines may not be allowed. ‘Twirling6’, have you ever visited a Tribal Casino or played any skill-based gambling games?

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7 months ago

Gambling laws differ quite a bit from state to state in the U.S. For example, Hawaii and Utah are the two states where all forms of gambling are banned. This means no casinos, sports betting, or lotteries. While you are on your road trip, you won’t be able to indulge in any form of gambling if your route includes these two states.

On the other hand, states like Nevada and New Jersey are known for their lenient gambling laws, with the cities of Las Vegas and Atlantic City being major gambling destinations. States like Pennsylvania, Delaware, and West Virginia also have legalized and regulated casinos where you can gamble legally. It’s always a good idea to research prior to your trip, as the laws can be complex and are subject to change. You can also make use of apps or websites to stay updated.

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