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In 1872 most forms of gambling were banned in California. However many Poker Rooms and Card Clubs appeared in the state. The slot machine was invented in San Francisco and first dispensed cigars and gum. There were also a significant number of cruise chips that took patrons past the three mile limit to gamble. The racetrack was a form of gambling always allowed. Since 1990 there have been casinos on Indian reservations. Although fought by the government, they continue to flourish. In the year 2000, a statewide referendum legalized Indian casinos. They typically consist of some tables, a few hundred slots and a bingo hall and tend to be a bit out of the way.
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Cabazon Casino Morango Casino Morongo is 20 minutes west of Palm Springs off I-10 Freeway at the Cabazon Exit. It is about a 100,000 square feet casino with 2,000 slots, 46 table games, and lots of dining and entertainment options.
Bishop Paiute Palace Casino
Indio Fantasy Springs Casino This casino is in the Palm Springs area with 1,200 slots and 47 tables. Amenities include a gift shop, poker room, bingo hall, off track betting, bowling, a players club and lots of promotions.
Jackson Jackson Racheria Casino
Lakeside Barona Casino
Oceanside Oceans11 Casino
Pala Pala Casino Located just north of San Diego and has 2,000 slot machines, 46 tables, and four dining rooms.
Palm Springs Spa Hotel and Casino
Petaluma Kodiak Jack's Honky Tonk & Saloon
San Manuel San Manuel Casino
Temecula Pechanga Entertainment Center Currently undergoing a major expansion. By the end of 2002 Pechanga will have a 555 room hotel, 2000+ slots, and over 60 tables.
Valley Center Rincon Casino Currently has 750 slots and two restaurants. Harrah's is building a vast casino/hotel/resort complex here that will open in the Fall of 2002.