Local Casinos in Georgia
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Some states have more casinos then you can shake a stick at. Others are almost completely devoid of the excitement of gambling and betting, watching the rise and fall of stakes, the thrill of throwing your money down. Georgia happens to be one of the states who chooses not to dip their fingers into the multi-billion dollar land based casino business.

When it comes to gambling Georgia has extremely strict laws that completely outlaw this activity within the state. Not only do they prohibit casinos they also do not allow betting on dog or horse races, dog fighting, chain letters, as well as pyramid clubs are also banned. Raffles are allowed as long as they benefit a charitable organization. Georgia does have a lottery within the state, with the profits compiled from it going to mostly education and scholarships. So if your are looking for casinos in the Peach state you will have to visit the water front and hop on a boat to enjoy the atmosphere and excitement of laying your money down and playing the stakes.

In Brunswick the Emerald Princess II Casino leaves port twice a day and slips into international waters where gambling is legal. On this 400 passenger vessel all guests must be 18 plus, and she boasts 220 slots, blackjack, poker, roulette, craps, as well as bingo and bonanza bingo all on a two story casino set up. The Emerald Princess also has music and a small dance floor for guests to enjoy. The Bistro provides light meals for the passengers as well as a fully stocked bar. All the amenities available in a land based casino are included on this gambling voyage. The crisp ocean air and endless horizon are extras that make this floating casino a true experience.

The other option available for gamblers in Georgia is the Trade Winds Casino Cruise docked in Savannah. The Escapade can host around 500 passengers. It also requires all guests to be 18 plus. There is a small ticket fee of $14.95 for boarding the vessel, the ticket price also includes a light meal for all guests. This floating casino offers blackjack, craps, roulette, poker, slots, as well as sportsbook for those who enjoy betting on sporting events. It takes about an hour voyage that guests get to sit back and put their feet up until the vessel reaches international waters and the gambling floors are opened. This casino boats ever changing sunlit views. And a freshness that addsbto the fun and excitement of the gambling experience.

While their are no land based casino opportunities in Georgia, and the two casinos that are available are vessels, the general population can play on certain online sites throughout the United States as well as in the international gambling community. Georgia of course has not state regulated gambling sites as their law prohibits it, but in state gamblers can virtually enjoy gambling elsewhere with the modern marvel of the intenet.

The gambling options may be slim in the great state of Georgia, but the magical atmosphere on.the Emerald Princess and Trade Winds make up for the lack of options available. Setting sale on the high sea while sitting back and playing a hand of poker or trying your lucks at the slots makes for an amazing and unforgettable time that will keep you coming back for more.