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8/22/2011SDCheyenne River Sioux Tribe seeks own casino (The Daily Republic)
10/17/2010SDDeadwood casino patrons split on effect of smoking ban (Rapid City Journal)
6/19/2009SDCustomers tackle would-be casino robber (keloland.com)
12/10/2007SDGaming commission to rule on Deadwood casino (Rapid City Journal)
2/18/2007SDTribe face hurdles in expanding gambling (Rapid City Journal)
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Casinos in Sturgis, South Dakota

 
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Buffalo Bill's Casino

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Local: (605) 720-1626 

Roscoz

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Local: (605) 720-7608 

Shenanigans Casino

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Local: (605) 347-9608 

Side Hack Saloon

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Local: (605) 347-2828 


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In the Mt. Rushmore State, gambling is legal in many cities and on Indian reservations. The legal gambling age in South Dakota is 21 for casino gaming. Maximum allowable bets in South Dakota are $100.

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