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Blackjack on the Decline in Deadwood

For years it was card games like poker and blackjack that grew the reputation of Deadwood, South Dakota as a gambling hotspot, but it appears that card games are on the decline, as November numbers revealed that blackjack and poker revenues fell 28% during the month.

The South Dakota Gaming Commission on Gaming reported that poker and blackjack games fell by 28% in the month, while other table games were down roughly 8%. Slot machine wagers for the month totaled $74.3 million for the month, which is up 10% from the same period last year.

Commenting on the results Deadwood Gaming Association Executive Director Mike Rodman said, “Despite November’s mixed results, 2015 year-to-date Deadwood gaming handle continues to outpace 2014 by 3.34 percent in slots and 7.57 percent in table games.”

Deadwood grew to infamy during the 1800s as a variety of outlaws and frontiersman, with the legend of Wild Bill Hickock ending when he was murdered during a poker game. Today there are 24 different spots to wager at, with some sites offering slot machines, some offering table games, and some spots offering both.

 

This blog entry was posted on Wednesday, December 30th, 2015 at 5:44 pm and is filed under Blackjack News.

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