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These are the 10 best casinos that aren’t in Las Vegas



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There’s a world of beyond Vegas

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The United States is home to more than 1,500 casinos – more than any other country on the planet. From coast to coast, gamblers have a huge range of options for where to place their bets, and not just in Las Vegas. So, a panel of experts partnered with 10Best editors to select nominees for the best casinos outside of Las Vegas, and the top 10 winners were determined by popular vote.

Scroll to see who took home top honors.



Mohegan Sun


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Mohegan Sun

No. 10: Mohegan Sun – Uncasville, Connecticut

One of two destination resorts in Connecticut, Mohegan Sun features three casinos: Casino of the Earth, Casino of the Wind and Casino of the Sky.

The three gaming floors between them boast a whopping 5,000 slot machines, 275 table games, 42 tables, a race book, two smoke-free areas and Sunrise Square, an area fashioned after an Asian market that offers traditional Asian table games like Sic Bo, Pai Gow and Baccarat.



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Pechanga Resort Casino

No. 9: Pechanga Resort Casino – Temecula, California

The newly expanded Pechanga Resort & Casino houses California’s largest casino floor, measuring 188,000 square feet. Gamblers will find more than 4,000 slots, 154 table games, a 700-seat Bingo hall and a non-smoking room.



a purple light in front of a building: Harrah's Resort Atlantic City


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Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City

No. 8: Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City – New Jersey

Gamblers at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City can choose from 2,172 slot machines and video reel games covering a range of pop culture themes, place a bet in the 3,800-square-foot sports book, try their luck at a variety of table games, sign up for a daily tournament or play in the Keno Parlor.



a tall building in a city: Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa


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Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa

No. 7: Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa – Florida

Music memorabilia sits on display throughout the casino at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa. Players can choose from more than 4,000 slot games, numerous table games, and a 46-table room with 42 TV screens and Wi-Fi throughout.



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Peppermill Resort Spa Casino

No. 6: Peppermill Resort Spa Casino – Reno, Nevada

Reno players will find one of the city’s top casinos at the Peppermill Resort, where more than 1,500 slot and video machines and 48 table games await. The casino also features a Keno lounge, luxurious room and a sports theater with 61 big-screen HDTVs.



a car parked inside a building: Casino Del Sol


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Casino Del Sol

No. 5: Casino Del Sol – Tucson, Arizona

Tucson’s Casino del Sol offers a spacious casino floor with more than 1,300 slot machines and video games. Players also enjoy table games with minimums as low as $3, a 600-seat bingo hall with Arizona’s largest progressive linked jackpot, a big screen TV-lined Room and a High Limit Room with its own VIP lounge.



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No. 4: Ocean Casino Resort – Atlantic City, New Jersey

Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City features 138,000 square feet of gaming space, including 1,937 slot machines, a 7,500-square-foot Sportsbook with panoramic video wall technology, table games and the largest Topgolf Swing Suite in the country.



Atlantis Casino Resort Spa


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Atlantis Casino Resort Spa

No. 3: Atlantis Casino Resort Spa – Reno, Nevada

Gamblers at the tropical-themed Atlantis Casino in Reno enjoy 1,400 state-of-the-art slots and video machines, 300 penny slots, table games with friendly dealers, a race and sports book and a room outfitted with a self-service bar and flat screen TVs.



a store inside of a building: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City


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Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City

No. 2: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City – New Jersey

High energy gaming meets classic rock and roll at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City. The casino floor features 2,115 slot machines and more than 100 different table games, including an Asian Gaming Room with Pai Gow, Baccarat and Asian .



a large clock tower towering over the city of london: Foxwoods Resort Casino


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Foxwoods Resort Casino

No. 1: Foxwoods Resort Casino – Mashantucket, Connecticut

One of two premier gaming resorts in Connecticut, Foxwoods Resort Casino offers 4,500 slot machines – ranging from penny games to $100 minimums – as well as 300 table games, high stakes Bingo at one of the world’s largest Bingo halls, a race book with 50-foot digital projection screens and the largest room on the East Coast.

Four unique hotel properties and over 30 restaurants make it easy to stay and play.

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