Nebraska is a state full of surprises. Surrounded by South Dakota, Iowa, Kansas and Colorado, the Cornhusker state has more than five hundred municipalities plus acres and acres of state parkland, hiking trails and other outdoor activities. Nebraska is below the national average for both cost of living and crime. A whopping forty percent below the national crime rate! Hunting and fishing are major pastimes in Nebraska, and collegiate sports are also very big here with the University of Nebraska offering much for sports fans to enjoy. Nebraska is also Lewis and Clark territory and there are many tourist sites related to the famous pair’s work and journeys.
Nebraska also has its share of casinos, including the Iron Bar, Ohiya Casino and Scottsbluff County Keno. Nebraska Casinos are in negotiations in some cases over the types of gaming allowed by state law. You may find blackjack, video poker, roulette and other games at some Nebraska Casinos, but disputes among local authorities and Nebraska Casinos may change the availability of these games depending on the state of the agreements between Nebraska Casinos and the state.
There are plenty of alternative types of gambling available in Nebraska Casinos. Nebraska Casinos can feature electronic bingo as part of the gaming fun. If you have never tried bingo or its electronic counterpart you might want to give it a whirl when traveling through Nebraska. In fact, electronic bingo is found fun by some people as it is very exciting once you get past the stigma of the “Sunday Social” kinds of games usually thought to be reserved for old-age homes or church fundraisers. In Nebraska Casinos, bingo has taken on a whole new dimension. The casino setting and electronic updating of this ages-old game make a re-evaluation of the old stereotypes a very good thing indeed.
A good example of alternative style gambling is found at Scottsbluff County Keno offering just what its name implies, Keno. This is a game where you try to predict the numbers pulled from a set of eighty. The number used may vary from casino to casino, but you can usually pick between one and ten numbers. Payouts depend on the rules at various Nebraska Casinos, but no matter where you go, the more numbers you guess right, the more your winnings increase. The Nebraska Casinos definitely offer something quite different than your standard poker and blackjack, making them worth looking into when you are in the area.