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Indiana has one Native American casino, Four Winds Casino, located in South Bend. All other casinos are state-licensed.

One of the state-licensed casinos, Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana, will be branded and managed by Hard Rock International, which is owned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida.

A second state-licensed casino will also be managed by Hard Rock International. That casino will be Rocksino Terre Haute opening in 2022.

A new gaming law effective July 1, 2019 legalizes sports betting at casinos and mobile devices, allows live-dealer table games at racetracks, and authorizes construction of two new casinos, one in Gary and the other in Terre Haute.

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Hard Rock Gary's opening is delayedFebruary 4, 2021 - As construction nears completion on the $300 million Hard Rock Casino in Gary Indiana, the Indiana Gaming Commission is deciding an ownership controversy regarding a major investor.. Read moreFour Winds Casino South Bend signs gaming compact with Gov. HolcombJanuary 23, 2021 - Four Winds in South Bend will soon be offering Vegas-style slot machines, baccarat, blackjack, craps, keno, poker, roulette, pai gow, Big Six wheels and sports wagering... Read moreNorth Carolina Tribe will purchase Caesars Southern Indiana CasinoDecember 20, 2020 - The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians have been negotiating with Caesars Entertainment to purchase Caesars Southern Indiana Casino in Elizabeth, IN near Louisville, Kentucky... Read moreFour Winds Casino South Bend is seeking Indiana gaming compactDecember 22, 2020 - The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians is negotiating with the Indiana Gaming Commission for a gaming compact to allow Vegas-style slot machines, table games and sportsbook.. Read moreEastern Band of Cherokee Indians is negotiating purchase of Caesars Southern IndianaNovember 24, 2020 - The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is negotiating with Caesars Entertainment Inc. to purchase Caesars Southern Indiana casino across from Louisville, KY.. Read more Indiana casinos reopened June 15June 16, 2020 -

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Most of the casinos in Indiana reopened yesterday including the Four Winds Casino Sout Bend. Each casino has new health and sanitation guidelines are in place to protect against the spread of.. Read moreHard Rock Casino Northern Indiana celebrates groundbreakingJanuary 9, 2020 - Today Hard Rock International, owned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida, and Spectacle Entertainment broke ground on a new $300 million casino in Gary, Indiana... Read more Headlines continued..

South Bend Indian Casino

When the state legislature approved land-based casinos in 2015, it included a provision to approve an Indian casino in South Bend.

In April 2016 the South Bend city government approved a deal with the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians to build a $400 million casino in their town. An environment impact report was finished for federal review and accepted.

The key milestone to proceed with this casino project came in November 2016 when the Bureau Of Indian Affairs gave its approval. Their decision transfered 166 acres of Pokagon Band land into federal trust under the U.S. Interior Department and included federal approval to build a Class II gaming casino.

The federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) defines Class II gaming as gambling played against other players only and not the house. This includes electronic slot machines that play against other players. Slot machines that play against the house are Class III gaming.

For Class III gaming the Pokagon Band must negotiate a gaming compact with the State defining specific casino games and the money the casino will pay to the state. Federal review and approval of the compact is required.

The Pokagon Band has named their casino 'Four Winds Casino South Bend'. It is the first Native American casino in Indiana.

Opened Jan 16, 2018
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Belterra Casino Resort & Spa
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Blue Chip Casino Hotel
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2 Easy Street
Michigan City, Indiana 46360

Caesars Southern Indiana
11999 Casino Center Drive SE
Elizabeth, IN 47117

French Lick Resort Casino
Land-based Casino
8670 West State Road 56
French Lick, Indiana 47432

Hard Rock Casino Gary (2021)
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Burr Street and 29th Avenue
Gary, Indiana

Hollywood Casino
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777 Hollywood Blvd.
Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025
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Shelbyville, Indiana 46176

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Tropicana Evansville
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Indiana casinos reopened June 15

June 16, 2020

Most of the casinos in Indiana reopened yesterday including the Four Winds Casino Sout Bend. Each casino has new health and sanitation guidelines are in place to protect against the spread of COVID-19. This follows months of shutdowns due to the virus.

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Indiana launches sports betting

September 5, 2019

Indiana sports betting was launched at noon Sunday September 1. Only in-person betting at licensed locations are accepted at this time. Online and mobile betting will be available later in the football season.

The first three locations to accept sports wagers were Ameristar Casino in East Chicago, Hollywood Casino, and Indiana Grand. These casinos will soon be joined by five more licensed locations:

Sep 3 - Winner's Circle OTB in Indianapolis, IN
Sep 4 - Horseshoe Hammond in Hammond, IN
Sep 5 - Blue Chip Casino in Michigan City, IN
Sep 6 - French Lick Casino in French Lick, IN
Sep 9 - Belterra Casino in Florence, IN

Addition locations have been licensed will launch soon although their dates have not been announced.

TBD - Harrah's Hoosier Park in Anderson
TBD - Horseshoe Southern Casino in Elizabeth
TBD - Rising Star Casino in Rising Star
TBD - Tropicana Evansville in Evansville
TBD - Winner's Circle OTB in Clarksville
TBD - Winner's Circle OTB in New Haven

Four Winds Casino in South Bend cannot offer sports betting at this time because it requires a new tribe-state gaming compact. The state is considering a request from the casino to begin negotiations for a new compact.

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Indiana passes sports betting and 2 new casinos

May 8, 2019

Gov. Free online poker games for fun no downloads. Eric Holcomb signed legislation authorizes sports betting including online gambling, liv-dealer table games at racetracks and construction of new casinos in Gary and Terre Haute.

Indiana is the ninth state to allow sports betting and the third this year. The first sports betting could start as soon as September 1. Minimum betting age is 21. Mobile devices that register with an state-licensed casino can place online bets.

Live-dealer table games will now be allowed at Harrah's Hoosier Park northeast of Indianapolis and Indiana Grand Racing & Casino in Shelbyville beginning Jan. 1, 2020.

The law allows Spectacle Entertainment, which owns two casino licenses in Gary, to replace the Majestic Star Casino on Lake Michigan with a $300 million casino along the Interstate 80/94 corridor in Gary. The second license would be returned to the state and issued for construction of a new casino in Terre Haute.

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Indiana Gaming Agreement Passed by Legislature

April 24, 2019

The Indiana Senate and House both voted today in favor on a new gaming agreement that will that will bring major changes to the state.


  • Sports betting
  • Live dealers at racinos
  • Terre Haute casino

The Indiana Gaming Commission will set up rules for using professional sports data in sports betting. Mobile sports betting are approved for anyone 21 years or older. Players must register at a licensed gaming location or a state-approved online website.

Live dealers will be allowed at Harrah's Hoosier Park northeast of Indianapolis and Indiana Grand Racing & Casino in Shelbyville beginning Jan. 1, 2020.

One of the two Gary casino licenses owned by Spectacle Entertainment will be transferred to Vigo County if a voter referendum approves the move. Applicants for building a Terra Haute casino would have to invest $150 million to Vigo County for expenses and related amenities. The new casino will receive $40 million in tax credits over the first five years.

The Senate vote in favor of the legislation was 37-12 and the House was 59-36. The bill is now waiting for Gov. Eric Holcomb's signature.

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News Headlines Continued

Four Winds Casino South Bend opens high limit roomOctober 7, 2019 - The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians announced the addition of a High Limit gaming room at their Four Winds Casino in South Bend. Located directly off the main casino floor, the new room offers.. Read moreFour Winds South Bend will add 23-story hotel towerSeptember 14, 2019 - The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians announced plans to build a 317-room hotel, which will be the largest in Michiana. It will include penthouse suites, roof-top pool, view terraces, spa.. Read moreIndiana launches sports bettingSeptember 5, 2019 - Indiana has become the 13th state to offer legalized sports betting. There is only in-person betting at licensed casinos at this time. Online and mobile betting will launch later in the football season... Read moreFour Winds South Bend seeks to add table games, sportsbookSeptember 2, 2019 - Tribal leaders have asked Gov. Holcomb for a gaming compact allowing table games, Vegas-style slots and sports betting at Four winds Casino in South Bend... Read moreHard Rock Casino in Gary will open in late 2020July 25, 2019 - Construction will begin soon on a new 200,000-square-foot casino in Gary, Indiana. The casino will include a Hard Rock Cafe and a Hard Rock Live concert venue... Read more Indiana Casino News Archive ..

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After staying in the Rio Masquerade Suite, I began to wonder what it would take to live in a casino. (1) How much play would it require for the caisno to comp you a suite every night? (2) How many consecutive days would the casino allow you to stay there? and (3) What would it cost you?
Let's say that at 1600 sq ft high rise condo near the strip runs appoximately $2000 per month, which does not include insurance, electric, sewer, trash, laundry, internet, cable, or telephone. Adding those additional expenses you are looking at somewhere between $2500-$3000 per month.
The real question is how much daily play would you need for the casino to consider comping your stay. If the Rio would comp your stay if you earned a 1000 Tier Credits then maybe it would be worth it (It would require $10,000 of vp play per day to receive 1000 TC) . If you exclusively played video poker with an average return of 99%, you would have an expected loss of $100 per day or $3000 per month. Obviously some months it could be worse and some months it could be better.
Benefits: Considering expenses everything seems to be a wash. Plus you would receive free room service, towel service, cable, and local phone service. Plus after 50 consecutive days of play you would become a 7 star member, with some pretty nice benefits. At Diamond status at the Rio you receive access to the Diamond lounge that provides some free food and drinks, free to access to their gym and spa, free access to the pool, and probably special invitations to either drawings or other parties they throw for their diamond members.
Cons: Food would be an issue. There was no actual kitchen in the suite so dining out everyday would get old very quickly. I am sure it would be possible to get some sandwich meat and bread and soup, but if you like to cook this could become an issue. The other major issue would be finding time to play enough to earn the 1000 tier credits. You would probably need to still work your day job and then find at least 2 hours to play video poker.
My other thought is, what kind of bankroll would you need to try this. $10,000? If you aren't hitting the royals then your losses could mount very fast. Obviously playing 2 hours at minimum a day everyday you are sure to hit your fair share of royals, but again anything could happen within the short term (a given month lets say). The other issue would be even if they were willing to comp your stay would they allow you to keep the same room. Moving rooms daily or weekly would be a huge hassle.
I heard that Caesars has a Chairman level as well, reserved for whales. If you earned a 1000 TC per day for 350 days out of the year, you would be looking at 350,000 TC, plus the bonus TC of 1000 that you would receive daily would then give you 700,000 TC. I think at some point, some executive would begin to look at your play and evaluate what the casino is profiting off your stay. We all know Bob Dancer is the best at exploiting small positive expectations games so I am sure he has considered this questions before and done some evaluaiton of the costs.
Why stay at an off-site location? Stay at the place that you earn the comps and you get free maid service, free electric, free cable TV, free water/sewer, discounted (if not free) meals, free alcohol and more.
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I know someone who stayed at a casino for 320 days one year. He was playing $5 9/6 JOB and BJ. The following year he was 86ed from the property.
The mountain is tall but grass grows on top of the mountain.
Most casinos really do not want to comp your stay beyond the four or five day limit they usually impose on their hosts authority. You really have to gamble big and be known to gamble big to get some favored stay as long as you would like to status. That is why many people who do live in casinos still have to move from time to time.
I believe teddys was the king of casino living for sometime. That is until he decided to kick himself in the nuts with the lack of discipline shoe. Followed buy that evil bitch variance slapping him in the face. The tragic events left him curled up in a ball sobbing, rocking back and forth, sucking his thumb.
Damn those free rooms cost a lot!
Yeah, but one retired geezer who played poker was able to do 40 days in Vegas with only one night paid. And poker players get comped at low rates so his Video Poker helped out at a few places.
As a guess you would have to do it at a lower-tier joint like Terribles'. Would have to be a joint with plenty of available rooms.
All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others
After you hit 7 stars, you'd have no trouble with the free rooms. So it'd really just be a matter of getting through the first couple months, then using the benefit of that status (guaranteed comped rooms) for the remainder of the timeframe.
Eating restaurant food every meal would get a little old, but at least you'd have dozens of restaurants to chose from and the food would probably be free or deeply discounted.
I spent about 150 nights at a casino over a two year period a few years ago (following the TIMSPEED method, staying every weekend). It was a lot more remote than Rio, but still was worth it. No heat, free food while playing + free room + comps. I ran out of ideas of how to spend the table games comps. In fact, I think I'm the reason that they're now convertible to slot cash at this property. I wound up spending them on merchandise at the golf pro shop. Luck wasn't with me (and/or, my counting skills are weak), but I pretty much stayed and ate for free, while exchanging table losses for polo shirts, sunglasses, and watches.
'So as the clock ticked and the day passed, opportunity met preparation, and luck happened.' - Maurice Clarett
I don't think there's any doubt it can be done for a good majority of a year. I'm not a big player at all and I can stay at Harrah's Laughlin at least 2 weeks out of every month and any Harrah's Las Vegas property for a week or so.
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So I have 42 free nights on any CET property, and multiple slotplay offers. I guess it is possible to stretch out your bankroll to get free rooms, but is this standard? I am a Platinum. I also got a free flight and 2 nights at Harrah's Laughlin but I can't make it.
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