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Chero­kee Casino

West Siloam Springs, Okla. chero­

The ren­o­vated 50,000 square foot casino dis­plays 900 elec­tronic slot ma Hold Em; Pai Gow poker; Omaha poker and seven-card stud; black­jack room; River Cane Buf­fet and Flint Creek Steak­house; and Sevens bar and night­club. A seven-story, 140 room ho­tel is at­tached to the casino.

Down­stream Casino Re­sort Qua­paw, Okla. down­stream­

This 100,000 square foot casino and re­sort ho­tel is at the Kansas-Mis­souri state line. Ameni­ties in­clude a 12-story, 222 room ho­tel, spa and con­ven­tion cen­ter; five restau­rants; 18-hole golf course; 70,000 square foot gam­ing area fea­tur­ing 2,000 slot ma­chines, 30 ta­ble games and 14-ta­ble poker room; and a 500seat out­door con­cert theater.

Buf­falo Run Casino and Re­sort Mi­ami, Okla. buf­

The casino and re­sort has more than 70,000 square feet of en­ter­tain­ment, in­clud­ing 925 slot ma­chines; Joe’s Out­back Casino; 14-ta­ble game room; Cole­man House Restau­rant; Joe’s Out­back Grill; High-Stakes Room; and a 100

High Winds Casino

Mi­ami, Okla. high­wind­

High Winds Casino has more than 450 slot ma­chines, in­clud­ing pro­gres­sives; poker; black­jack; video poker; and Bed­lam Sports Bar, with mul­ti­ple big-screen tele­vi­sions and satel­lite mu­sic op­tions, and The Steak­house restau­rant.

Qua­paw Casino

Mi­ami, Okla. qua­paw­

This casino has more than 500 elec­tronic

slot ma­chines; black­jack; poker; the Jack­pot Grill and the Paw with beer, karaoke and pool ta­bles.

The Sta­bles Casino

Mi­ami, Okla. the-sta­

This casino has about 5,000 Las Ve­gas-style elec­tronic games; ta­ble games, in­clud­ing black­jack; an off-track bet­ting par­lor with coast-to-coast tracks and the Club­house Restau­rant.

River Bend Casino and Ho­tel Wyan­dotte, Okla. river­bend­

This casino fea­tures more than 800 class-two and class-three slot ma Hold’em; Dou­ble Deck black­jack; Lucky Lucky black­jack; Twenty-One; and many more ta­ble games.

Grand Lake Casino

Grove, Okla. grand­lake­

More than 900 slot ma­chines, poker room, and black­jack pit are avail­able in a 45,000 square foot casino, along with the End­zone Restau­rant and Bar. Osage Mil­lion Dol­lar Elm Casino Bartlesville, Okla. os­age­casi­

The casino of­fers 600 elec­tronic games, seven ta­ble games and a three-ta­ble poker room in 42,000 square feet.

Hard Rock Ho­tel and Casino Tulsa, Okla. hardrock­casino­

A $245 mil­lion ren­o­va­tion made room for more than 2,100 elec­tronic slot ma­chines, where Chero­kee Star Re­wards Club cards may be used. Poker and black­jack are aug­mented by live mu­sic, and there is danc­ing at any of the Lynyrd Skynyrd, and ZZ Top play The Joint. Eight restau­rants and the C Note jazz club of­fer va­ri­ety, and the Cen­ter Bar’s 80-foot, ice-topped bar at­tracts those who like to sa­vor dif­fer­ent fla­vors. The Chero­kee Hills Golf Club is nearby.

River Spirit Casino

Tulsa, Okla. river­spirit­

The 300,000 square foot casino, ren­o­vated at a cost of $195 mil­lion, of­fers 2,600 elec­tronic slot ma­chines, 24 ta­bles for games and 15 poker ta­bles. Three chan­nels show sport­ing events from ma­chine seats. There’s free live en­ter­tain­ment in Mys­tic River Lounge and din­ing in five restau­rants.

Chero­kee Casino-Tahle­quah Tahle­quah, Okla. chero­

Although con­sid­er­ably smaller than its West Siloam Springs coun­ter­part, this 20,000 square foot casino in the tra­di­tional Chero­kee cap­i­tal re­ceived a $7.5 mil­lion ren­o­va­tion in 2006. There are 350 slot ma­chines; five poker ta­bles; three black­jack ta­bles; and River City Cafe; and the Chero­kee Trails nine-hole golf course is nearby.

Chero­kee Casino-Sal­li­saw Sal­li­saw, Okla. chero­

This 22,000 square foot casino has 256 - er ta­bles, and the Back 40 Bar and Grill.

Chero­kee Casino-Roland chero­ With 614 elec­tronic games and 14 card ta­bles, this casino is at­tached to a travel plaza that in­cludes a grill, sand­wich shop, gas sta­tion, and gift shop.

Choctaw Casino-McAlester McAlester, Okla. choctaw­casi­ Of­fer eight ta­bles of games, a poker room, slot ma­chines, and the Tro­phy Bar & Grill.

Choctaw Casino and Re­sort Du­rant, Okla. choctaw­casi­ This 500-seat bingo hall also has 3,500 slots, seven black­jack ta­bles, sev­eral restau­rants, and a 101-room ho­tel.

Choctaw Casino-Bro­ken Bow Bro­ken Bow, Okla. choctaw­casi­ and seafood dishes. The casino floor of­fers hun­dreds of slot ma­chines in­clud­ing pro­gres­sive, high-stakes, and penny slots.

Oak­lawn Park Hot Springs oak­ The pop­u­lar thor­ough­bred track, open to ages 18 and up, of­fers both live rac­ing in sea­son and off-track bet­ting, along with video poker, elec­tronic black­jack, and in­stant rac­ing. The casino floor, open to ages 21 and up, has 800 slot ma­chines with black­jack and poker ta­bles. Open 10 a.m.-3 a.m., Sun­day-Thurs­day, and 10 a.m.-5 a.m., Fri­day and Sat­ur­day in the casino.

In­digo Sky Casino Wyan­dotte, Okla. in­digosky­ This $85 mil­lion casino re­places the old Border­town Casino and Bingo and fea­tures 1,270 slot ma­chines, card ta­bles, bingo, and off-track bet­ting. The casino is open 24 hours and also in­cludes four restau­rants, the Echo Bar and a 117-room ho­tel. The casino is lo­cated on U.S. 60, just south­west of Seneca, Mo.

NWADG File Photo THE CHERO­KEE CASINO HO­TEL’S main casino in West Siloam Springs Thurs­day af­ter­noon.

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