Oregon Casinos

Deepstack Poker Series 2013 Rescheduled

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The upcoming DeepStacks Poker Tour PacWest Poker Classic that’s scheduled to take place at Chinook Winds Casino on the beach in Lincoln City Oregon, has been moved ONE WEEK to FEBRUARY 9th-18th! Please please please share this page with all of your friends because a change like this could be detrimental to what should be one of the biggest poker series to hit the Oregon Coast.

The series covers 9-days, 18 events with a $1100 buy-in, $100,000 Guaranteed Main Event hosted by 2-time WSOP Players Champ Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi & 2-time WPT Champ, Randal Flowers.

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Deepstack Poker Tournament Schedule at Chinook Winds 2013

THIS TOURNAMENT SERIES WAS RESCHEDULED To Be Held February 9-18, 2013

 

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The Chinook Winds Casino PacWest Deepstacks Poker Classic is coming up in February of 2013. This event is shaping up to be one of the most amazing poker events to hit the Northwest to date.

Looking for somewhere to stay in Lincoln City? Check out hotels near Chinook Winds Casino

DeepStack Tournament at Chinook Winds Casino Event #1 A-B

No Limit Hold’em 12pm Saturday and Sunday February 2nd and 3rd, 2013

Each player will buy into this event for $195 plus their $20 Entry Fee Re-Entry’s are available for the first 3 levels. Each player begins these events with  $10,000 in Chips. The game will be played with 40 minute blind levels.

Chinook Winds Casino Hosts Exclusive Free Party

Chinook Winds Casino in Lincoln City Oregon is set to host their 2ndFacebookers Gala.

Chinook Winds Facebook Party
Chinook Winds 1st Facebook Party

 

It’s a free Gala open to all of those who have clicked the Like Button on the Chinook Winds Casino Facebook Page. To reserve your spot at the part,  which is set to take place on December 16th at 1pm all you have to do is visit Chinook Winds Facebook Page, and click the like button. Then Click the RSVP button at the top of the page and fill out the little form.

November 2012 Promotions at Spirit Mountain’s Poker Room

November Casino Promotions

November Casino Promotions

Spirit Mountain Casino has announced new promotions for November 2012 in the casinos poker room. These promotions are available to players playing in cash poker games. For tournament promotions, check out the Spirit Mountain poker tournament schedule.

High Hand Sundays
Spirit Mountain will be giving away $100 every 30 Minutes for the highest hand dealt.
This promotion runs from 10 am to 8 pm with the first qualifier starting at 9 am Sunday morning.

  • The highest Hand Every Half Hour will be paid.
  • At least one hole card is required to play.

Chinook Winds Casino Pro Football Poker Tournament

Darryl Williams - Chinook Winds Poker TournamentChinook Winds Casino has officially announced their first ever Pro Football Poker Celebrity
Tournament. The tournament will take place on November 3, 2012 at 2pm. Every player entering the event will pay a $220 Buy-In. That’s $200 for the prize pool and a $20 house fee.

Players will each be given 5000T for their initial buy-in, however, players can then pay a $10 dealer appreciation for an additional 1,000 in tournament chips.

Mark Lee  - Oregon Poker TournamentThe top ten players in this event will win a portion of the prize pool. The first place finisher will win $4000.

This event is limited to the first 60 players to register.

Casinos in Oregon - 100% Tribal

There are three forms of legal gambling in Oregon, the Oregon Lottery, Oregon's Tribal Casinos, and social gambling, such as bingo halls and poker rooms that have opened under county specific social gambling laws.


Oregon voted to continue the tribal casino monopoly that we currently have within the state. We will be getting a new casino however, as the Coquille Indian tribe intends to open Oregon's newest casino in Medford.


In addition to the Bingo halls, which are required to give some of their proceeds to charity Oregon features 7 tribal casinos all operated by Native American Indian tribes.


As we mentioned above, all of the casinos in Oregon are owned and/or operated by Native American tribes. For information about the Native American Indian tribes behind each casino, click the casino review page.



Spirit Mountain Casino


Spirit Mountain Casino - Grand Ronde Oregon

This casino really is located pretty much in the middle of nowhere. If there were no casino in town, well, there wouldn't be much at all. As luck would have it though, Grande Ronde Oregon is home to the biggest, and most beautiful of all Oregon Casinos.

Spirit Mountain Casino in Oregon offers a vast selection of table games, slot machines, and video poker games, in addition to the largest poker room in Oregon.


Accommodations at Spirit Mountain Casino include a hotel, as well as an R.V. Park. The casino also features Play World and an Arcade for the kiddo's, and a newly built auditorium for shows.


Chinook Winds Casino


Chinook Winds CasinoConfederated

Tribes of the Siletz


Lincoln City - Oregon Coast




Oregon also features a casino set right on the beautiful Pacific Ocean, Chinook Winds Casino. Chinook Winds is a beautiful place, the suites off the ocean are to die for. If you're not looking to stay right at the casino, you might check out another hotel in Lincoln City, near the casino.


This casino sits on prime Oregon coastal real estate. In fact, one is left to wonder why there are so few windows on the inside of the casino that rests on the crest of the ocean, perhaps the casino does not want the waves luring the players outside to play. The moment you make the turn from Logan Street, or Highway 101 onto the casino's street, you'll feel your breath catch, as your eyes feast on the casino resting just in front of the breathtaking Pacific.


Whichever way you decide to travel to Chinook Winds, you're surrounded by nature. Green trees, farms, mountains, and of course if you're traveling on highway 101, the Pacific Ocean.


Kahnetah Casino


Kah Ne Ta Casino - Oregon


Kahneetah Casino closed down during 2012, however, the water park is still a happening place to visit in the Oregon Desert area. During the colder months, for those that prefer a warmer climate, something in the Oregon Desert perhaps? You'll want to check out Kah Nee Ta. Even though the Kah Ne Tah casino is no more, the Water park and lodge is nestled amidst desert land in what looks to be a fairly deserted parcel of tribal land in Oregon. In contrast to the casino's located near the western coast in Oregon, Kahneetah is surrounded by gorgeous landscapes of rich red mountains

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The home of what used to be known as Kah Nee Ta casino is still , Central Oregon's #1 Resort and as such is a great summer destination, due to the awesome water park right and the spa.

More Oregon Casinos


Kla-Mo-Ya Casino

Chiloquin - Oregon

Klamath Tribes


The Mill Casino

North Bend = Oregon Coast

Coquille Indian Tribe


Old Camp Casino

Burns Oregon

Burns Paiute Tribe


Seven Feathers Casino

Canyonville Oregon

Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians


Three Rivers Casino

Florence - Oregon Coast

Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians


Wildhorse Casino

Pendleton Oregon

Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation


New Proposed Casinos in Oregon


Medford Casino

Coquille Indian Tribe


Columbia Gorge casino



Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs

Becoming a Dealer at an Oregon Casino


The most common way to become a licensed dealer in an Oregon casino is to take a class, generally offered by one of the casinos and learn to deal each specific game. For instance, blackjack is its own game, so you'll need to take a class to learn how to deal blackjack, and get certified in that game, once you're able to deal 6-deck blackjack, you'll still need to learn to deal single deck blackjack, and then craps, poker, and so on. If you're really anxious to get started, check out YouTube video tutorials, and teach yourself to the basics. Eventually, you'll need to audition at a casino or major casino event. Once hired, you'll need to apply for a state gambling license.


Keep in touch with the human resources department at the casino near you for up to date information about classes. In addition classes are often listed on Indeed.com and posted on Craigslist.


One of the best things about learning to deal in Oregon Casinos is that the classes are free. In Las Vegas for instance you might pay $300-$1500 per casino game you learn to deal. It's an investment sure, but free sure is a whole lot better!


Slots in Oregon



Slot machine games can be found in most bars throughout the state of Oregon as well as in all of the tribal casinos located within the state.


Oregon Lottery Games


  • Powerball®
  • Mega Millions®
  • Oregon's Megabucks Game
  • Raffle
  • Keno
  • Video Poker (only available in drinking establishments)
  • Video Slots (only available in drinking establishments)
  • Scratch-its