Whenever we talk about anything, we talk about the biggest and the most splendid of all things in the world- the one of its kind. No one seems to care about the underdogs. Glamour and flashy things catch the eye, but we must also celebrate the existence of small things that make us happy.
If it comes to casinos, we have collated a list of the smallest casinos in the world where you can have a great time and sometimes a great view too. Some of them are closed now but are worth mentioning.
Slots a Fun Nevada
It was opened in the month of August 2971. It was opened in the space left by the Circus Circus Merry Go Round. In 1979, the Circus Circus company changed it, and it started selling popcorns for free. Metro Goldwyn Meyer took over its affairs in 2009 and revamped it all together.
You can really have a good time here. You may play a game of craps or blackjack with the low best that suits your pocket. Now, the establishment focuses more on slots machines and electronic table games. Your non-gambler friends may have a fun time in the bowling alley or on the mini-bar while you try your luck in the city of Las Vegas.
Deltin Caravela Casino- Mandovi River, Goa, India
What do you call a hotel that floats- a flotel! The casino is housed in the luxury cruise ship that offers passengers a sight to behold and enjoy their stay to the fullest. The casino glides through the scenic beauty of the river and provides the game of blackjack, roulette, baccarat and poker on a humble establishment of seventeen tables.
North Cadbury Court- Somerset, UK
Now, this casino was made to scratch the itch of gamblers who would come for a destination wedding as guests in this 400-year old countryside estate. The underground casino can only house 30 people at a time, making it loud and clear that it only serves exclusive people.
If you book it, you are treated like a royal. You will decide who will play and what will be played. The games are presided by professional croupiers for your assistance.
Saloon 10- South Dakota, USA
The casino is situated in Deadwood which is quite famous for its bloodshed and dramatics that ruled the Old West and inspired many cowboy movies. The adage dead man’s hand originated here as Wild Bill Hickcock held eights and aces when he was shot dead, point-blank. Those were the days of the Gold Rush, which altered the fortune of many.
At Salon No. 10, you can take a glimpse of the past. They have preserved and displayed pieces and souvenirs from the city’s infamous history; pictures of some criminals of Deadwood that can be admired or frowned upon a glass of whiskey on the bar or not ‘cause there is live entertainment too.
For gamblers, it offers 3000 square feet of the place filled with 75 slots machines and four tables where you can play blackjack.