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Colusa Casino Resort: Where bingo's gone big time


San Francisco Chronicle,  Wednesday, March 12, 2008 at 8:26:23 PM

At most casinos around the Bay Area, the most popular games are usually slots, blackjack, baccarat, roulette and, of course, poker. But at the Colusa Casino Resort in Colusa (Colusa County), bettors come to try their luck at another game: bingo.

Bingo began at Colusa in 1986, and today, it is one of the casino's biggest games. Every month, the casino doles out more than $500,000 in payouts. On Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, regular games pay $1,000; on Sundays regular games offer minimum payouts of $1,199.

This Sunday, in a promotion dubbed Mid Month Money, regular games will pay out $1,500 apiece, and one board will net one winner $3,000. On April 6, the casino will host a Marathon Cash Back day, where 20 regular games will pay $1,800, and five raffle drawings will net winners $1,000 apiece.


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