Other than a lone dog track, the Connecticut gambling scene is dominated by the presence of 2 massive casinos. Both feature excellent opportunities for blackjack players, with a combined 242 tables.
These casinos are both owned and operated by local Indian tribes. Foxwoods is one of the largest and most profitable casinos in the world, and the Mohegan Sun isn't very far behind. Both casinos have been in operations since the 90s.
The minimum age for gambling is Connecticut is 18 for bingo and 21 for casino games, including blackjack.
Foxwoods Resort Casino
39 Norwich Westerly Road
|A truly massive casino (344,000 square feet), Foxwoods has a staggering 165 blackjack tables. They have 382 table and poker games in all, including baccarat, craps, war, poker and roulette. They also offer bingo, a race book and 7,202 gaming machines (including video poker and five dollar slots).|
Mohegan Sun Casino
1 Mohegan Sun Boulevard
|With 300,000 square feet of gaming space, this casino has plenty of room for its 77 blackjack tables, not to mention the 300 total table and poker games (including poker, roulette, sic bo, craps and roulette). There are 6,295 gaming machines ranging from nickel and quarter slots to dollar and five-dollar slots. The Mohegan Sun also has a race book on the premises.|
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