I lived outside Deadwood, South Dakota from 2006 to 2010. It was my home before moving to Las Vegas. I spent many days there playing live poker and other games.
Deadwood is a unique casino town. Most of the gaming establishments are in small storefronts along Main Street.
I decided to expand the Vegas Advantage brand to Deadwood. This is why I created Deadwood Advantage. It covers the gaming, lodging and dining options in town.
Deadwood offers a full menu of casino games that include craps, roulette, blackjack, Three Card Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold’em, slots and video poker. The bet limit is $100 at most casinos in town. However, the larger ones can take action up to $1,000.
There are four poker rooms in Deadwood. These are located at Cadillac Jack’s, Saloon No. 10, Silverado and The Lodge. The main game is spread limit Texas Hold’em. Typical limits are $2 to $10 and $2 to $100. Other games in town include $2 to $10 Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo, $2 to $20 Omaha Hi/Lo and $2 to $10 Dealer’s Choice. Poker tournaments run daily in Deadwood.
The casino game coverage includes the list of games at each casinos. Video poker information has the expected return-to-player percentages.
There are hundreds of hotel rooms in Deadwood. These range from ones in historic buildings dating back to the early 20th Century, to modern resorts with amenities.
If you are interested in the country’s third-oldest casino market, check it out. Thank you for supporting Vegas Advantage.