Arizona gambling halls are located in the "valley of the sun," in the Southwestern area of the US. Arizona is recognized for its weather and wondrous background; from the arid regions to the mountains, the background is as assorted as it is awe-inspiring. The population of Arizona is over five million, and the capital and biggest city is Phoenix, with a population of over 1,400,000.

Arizona gambling halls were approved on Amerindian or Native reserves in the nineteen ninety’s, and bands are bequeathed "slot machine allotments" for the total number of slot machine games accepted in each gambling den. There are fifteen metropolitan areas, with Arizona gambling dens, run by various Amerind tribes. The youngest age for betting at Arizona gambling halls is 21, and the majority of these gambling dens are never close. Harrah’s Phoenix Ak-Chin Casino Resort, in Maricopa, is never closed and has 40,000 square feet of gambling area, with nine hundred and fifty one armed bandits, and eight table games. Casino Arizona, in Scottsdale, is never closed, with thirty thousand sq.ft., five hundred one armed bandits, and 36 table games; and the Paradise Casino, in Yuma, has 30,000 sq.ft., seven hundred and fifty slot machines, and 15 table games.

The largest of the Arizona gambling halls, Casino Del Sol, is anchored in Tucson and is open all day and night. This two hundred and forty thousandsquare foot casino has 1,000 slot machines, 20 table games, and six restaurants. A further one of the larger Arizona gambling dens is the Desert Diamond Casino in Sahurita, with one hundred and eighty five thousand sq.ft. of wagering space, four hundred and ninety eight one armed bandits, 15 table games, and 4 restaurants. The Desert Diamond Casino is open Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and all hours on Saturday and Sunday. There are numerous other big Arizona casinos, including the Cliff Castle Casino in Camp Verde, with 140,000 sq.ft., 575 slot machines, and ten table games; and the Gila River Casino – Vee Quiva in Laveen, with eighty nine thousand sq.ft., six hundred and seventy five slots, and ten table games.

Additionally, the Blue Water Resort and Casino on the Colorado River in Parker, Arizona, offers chemin de fer and poker, as well as slots, bingo, and keno. One of the most prominent Arizona casinos is the Fort McDowell Casino in Fountain Hills, with each day no-limit poker matches, non stop table side food service, and the highest poker jackpots in Arizona. a handful of the smaller Arizona casinos include the Yavapi in Prescott, with 6,000 square feet, two hundred and fifty one armed bandits, and 8 table games; and the Spirit Mountain Casino in Mojave, with nine thousand five hundred square feet and two hundred and sixty slots.

Arizona gambling halls put forth excellent entertainment and around the clock wagering in genuine Vegas style.