California is situated on the west coast of the u.s.a., is by far the most populous state in the country. There are also a number of California betting houses running on its Native American controlled lands. Due to the fact that they are located on American Indian land, many California betting houses are located in hard to reach locations. When going to a California brick and mortar casino, it’s advisable to call ahead and get specific directions.

Nearly all California betting houses are open 24 hours a day. California casinos are allowed to offer electronic gaming machines, black jack, and a number of other card games. Unfortunately, the games of craps and roulette are not permitted, but a few California brick and mortar casinos offer alternative varieties of these games that are played with cards as a substitute for dice or roulette wheels. Slots, video poker and video keno are the most popular electronic gaming machines you will find in California casinos. A number of the card games frequently wagered on in California brick and mortar casinos include twenty-one, baccarat chemin de fer, poker (including double-hand, Caribbean stud and three-card poker), Spanish 21, and Let it Ride. A great many California casinos also feature bingo, casino war and OTB (off track betting) alternatives for bettors and casual gamblers.

Several California betting houses allow overnight trailer accommodations for the traveling gambler, so if you are planning a California betting house trip you will be able to make quite a few stops and stay a while.