Your guide to Casinos and Gaming in New Jersey

Ballys Atlantic City

Ballys Atlantic City is a Poker Room in New Jersey dealing. You'll find 20 tables at Ballys Atlantic City

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Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa

Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa is a Poker Room in New Jersey dealing. You'll find 85 tables at Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa

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Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino

Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino is an off-track betting facility located in New Jersey.

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Golden Nugget Atlantic City

Golden Nugget Atlantic City is a Casino Room in New Jersey. It has 1500 slot machines, 80 table games.

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Harrahs Resort Atlantic City

Harrahs Resort Atlantic City is a Poker Room in New Jersey dealing. You'll find 40 tables at Harrahs Resort Atlantic City

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Resorts Casino Hotel

Resorts Casino Hotel is a Poker Room in New Jersey dealing. You'll find 8 tables at Resorts Casino Hotel

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Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City

Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City is a Poker Room in New Jersey dealing. You'll find 27 tables at Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City

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Bally's - Atlantic City - Wild Wild West Casino

Bally's - Atlantic City - Wild Wild West Casino is a Casino Room in New Jersey. It has 40 slot machines, 12 table games.

Ballys Atlantic City

Ballys Atlantic City is a Poker Room in New Jersey dealing. You'll find 20 tables at Ballys Atlantic City

Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa

Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa is a Poker Room in New Jersey dealing. You'll find 85 tables at Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa

Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino

Caesars Atlantic City Hotel & Casino is an off-track betting facility located in New Jersey.

New Jersey Casino Facts

New Jersey has a total of 23 casinos. Out of 23, there are 7 casinos with hotels. The Casinos in New Jersey are spread among 45 cities

Web Pages about Casinos and Gambling in New Jersey

In 1976, New Jersey residents approved a bill legalizing gambling in Atlantic City, with the first casino, Resorts International, opening its doors to the public two years after. This was an attempt to revitalize Atlantic City, from a former popular resort town in the early 1900's to a prime casino destination.