Casino Arizona

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Casino Arizona™ is your home for the hottest gaming action around Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona. We offer more than 900 slot machines, including many high-limit slots, plus live Blackjack and other table games and live fast-action Keno. Additionally, Starz Sports Bar™ offers video poker slots and numerous televisions for viewing sports games.

The Best Casino Slots in the Valley

Casino Arizona™ is home to the most dynamic and exciting slot action in Arizona. We feature more than 900 state-of-the-art, multi-denominational play slots. You’ll be happy to find many high-limit and penny slots, offering the ultimate casino experience. Our ticket pay slots are the pinnacle of convenience for your payouts—no more coins or buckets!

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Featured Games

We’re always adding new and exciting games at Casino Arizona. Some new additions include:

  • Aristocrat / Lightning Link
  • Ainsworth / Pac Man
  • Scientific Games / Dancing Drums
  • Incredibly Technologies / Crazy Money II
  • AGS / River Dragons

Video Poker

The Casino Arizona slot floor features more than 90 video poker machines, as well as a multi-station video blackjack game, video roulette, craps and sic bo, and our progressives often grow into the millions.

The Perfect Mix of Chance and Skill

The most popular casino table game, Blackjack is both a favorite and a classic. So whether you’re new to the game or a seasoned pro, Casino Arizona™ is your place to play. You’ll find nearly 50 tables with all your favorite table games plus a new $1,000 Blackjack Limit.

About Blackjack

Blackjack, also known as “21”, involves adding the value of an initial two-card hand in hopes of being dealt a value of 21. In addition to being easy to learn and always exciting, Blackjack offers some of the best player odds of any casino game.

Blackjack Tournaments

Wild Wednesdays Blackjack Tournaments™

  • Tournament on the first Wednesday of every month
  • Signup begins: 6pm | Tournament begins: 7pm
  • $100 buy-in, worth $5,000 in tournament chips
  • Get bonus chips when you show a Keno ticket of $5 or more
  • Prize pool is based on the total number of entries
  • $2,000 added to prize pool

Blackjack Break

  • Weekly tournament every Tuesday at noon
  • $50 buy-in (due by the beginning of each group start in the first round)
  • Get bonus chips when you show a Keno ticket of $5 or more
  • Prize pool is based on the total number of entries
  • $1,000 added to prize pool

Where 10s or Better Win Big

In this exciting card game, the object is simply to get the best possible poker hand by using your three cards and two community cards that the dealer exposes. You are not playing against the dealer or the other players.

How to Play

Each player places three equal bets as indicated on the layout, and is dealt three cards. After looking at your three cards, you may ask for your first bet back or you may “Let It Ride.” The dealer then turns up one community card. You may then ask for your second bet back or you may “Let It Ride.” The second community card is then turned over by the dealer, and all winning hands are paid according to your final bet amount and the posted pay table (any pair of 10s or better).

Three-Card Game, Unlimited Excitement

Three Card Poker Progressive Jackpot is Over $154,000!

In Three-Card Poker, you are looking to make the best poker hand possible with three cards. You can choose to play this game against the dealer with an ante bet. You can also bet on your own hand by placing a pair plus bet.

How to Play

The player makes an ante bet and may also place a pair plus bet. The dealer gives the player and him- or herself three cards. The player examines his or her cards. The dealer’s cards are kept face down. Any player making the ante bet must either fold or raise a bet equal to his or her ante.

The dealer’s hand qualifies with a queen high or better. If the dealer does not qualify, the player wins even money on the ante bet and pushes the play bet. If the dealer qualifies, the higher hand wins.

If the player wins, his or her ante and play bets are paid even money.

  • Ante players with three-of-a-kind or higher will receive an ante bonus, regardless of the value of the dealer’s hand.
  • Pair plus bets are paid entirely based on the poker value of the player’s hand, per the posted pay table.


Our three-card poker tables offer an optional progressive bet that uses the dealer’s three cards and the player’s three cards to create a five-card poker hand. A royal flush in spades pays the player our entire progressive jackpot. Royal flushes in hearts, clubs or diamonds pay the player 25% of the progressive meter. Other poker hands also qualify for payouts.

7 Cards, 2 Hands, Big Bucks

Pai Gow Poker Progressive is Now Over $331,000!

Pai Gow is a relaxing, strategic poker game. Common Pai Gow Poker games charge 5% commission on winning wagers. With EZ Pai Gow Poker there is no commission charge, however, if the dealer’s hand is a Queen High Pai Gow, all the Pai Gow wagers on the table are considered a push.

How to Play Pai Gow Poker

Pai Gow Poker is a seven-card game between the player and the dealer. The dealer gives each player seven cards and from those seven cards, the player then creates two hands to play. One of the two hands will have five cards and the other, only two. The five-card hand must be a higher value than the two-card hand. The dealer also creates a pair of five- and two-card hands, but has to follow a set house strategy.

Once the player’s and dealer’s hands are decided and locked down, the cards are laid out and compared. For the player to win, he or she must win both hands. Consequently, to lose, he or she must lose both hands. If the player wins one hand and the dealer wins the other, the game is a draw. Due to those rules, players are able to play many hands because it’s very common to get a draw.

Pai Gow Poker is played with one joker card in the deck. The joker card can be used as an ace, or it can be used to complete a straight or a flush.

Side Wagers

EZ Pai Gow Poker offers some interesting side wagers that can make the game more exciting:

  • Players can make an optional wager on the progressive meter and win the entire jackpot with a 7-card straight flush. Five aces pays 10% of the jackpot meter and players are eligible for other payouts as well. Players may also make a progressive wager on the dealer’s cards.
  • Queen’s Dragon Wager – An optional bet that the dealer will have a Queen High Pai Gow. This wager pays the winner 50 to 1.
  • Dynasty Bonus and Envy Bonus – This is an optional bonus wager where the player receives payouts for having various poker hands. This wager can pay up to 8,000 to 1. If $5 is wagered on the Dynasty Bonus, the player is eligible to receive “Envy” payouts when other guests at the table have certain poker hands.

To the Victor Go the Spoils!

Casino War is the fastest, simplest table game to learn to play, and it’s the best casino game for players to beat the dealer more than 50% of the time.

How to Play

Simply make a bet in the marked area. You and the dealer each receive a card face up. If your card is higher than the dealer’s, you win even money. If your card is lower, the dealer wins (ace is high). If your card matches the dealer’s in rank, you and the dealer “go to war” with an additional bet each. If you beat the dealer, you win the dealer’s and your bets. If you tie, not only do you win, but you win extra!

Easy to Play, Easier to Win!

The simple game where picking your favorites can win you a fortune!

How to Play

  • STEP 1: On a KENO ticket; mark your favorite numbers, amount of wager, and number of games. Indicate the total numbers selected or “ways.”
  • STEP 2: Hand your ticket and wager to one of our friendly KENO writers and you’ll receive a computer-generated ticket in return.
  • STEP 3: When the game begins, the numbers will be lit on the KENO boards. Watch for your numbers and then see the pay lines on the following pages to determine winnings or have a KENO employee review it with you. Winnings will be paid out once the game(s) is over. The amount you win depends on the type of ticket you play, the wager, and the total correct numbers you hit.

The minimum wager on straight ticket(s) is $1.00. Consult the charts in the booklet in our KENO Lounge to learn the cost and payoffs of various tickets.

Keno Promotions

Progressive Mega Keno

Win up to $50,000 or more with Progressive Mega Keno! Mark your Keno ticket for chances to win progressive jackpots that are only getting bigger.


Keno Tournaments

Take a shot at up to $500 in cash during our Keno Tournaments! Each tournament is open to any player who registers a separate account with Keno personnel for tournament play. First to fourth places will be determined by player winnings earned during the tournament time.

Tournament Dates

  • Monday, October 30, 2017 (starting at 9am)
  • Monday, February 26, 2018 (starting at 9am)
  • Thursday, April 26, 2018 (starting at 4pm)
  • Monday, June 25, 2018 (starting at 9am)
  • Thursday, August 30, 2018 (starting at 4pm)

Cash Prizes

  • 1st place –  $500
  • 2nd place – $400
  • 3rd place – $300
  • 4th place – $200
  • 5th place – $100
  • 6th place – $50
  • Bonus $25 cash giveaways during tournaments


Official Rules

  1. All winnings are paid according to the computer generated ticket(s) only. Any errors not corrected before the game is closed will be computed and paid accordingly. Casino Arizona™ is not responsible for writer errors.
  2. Maximum aggregate payout to all players participating in each game is $250,000.00.
  3. KENO runners are available for your convenience only. Casino Arizona is not responsible if tickets arrive too late for the current game. Wagers are not valid until accepted into the computer system at the KENO computer. Please have your tickets ready. KENO runners are instructed not to wait if tickets are not ready for the current game.
  4. Multi-Race KENO – play one (1) to twenty (20) consecutive KENO games with just one (1) ticket. These tickets must be cashed within 100 games. Mark a ticket and select the number of consecutive games you wish to play. You must play the same ticket on each game.
  5. Multi-race ticket(s) (2 or more games) will not be changed or voided after they are entered into play, unless approved by a Keno supervisor.
  6. Play 21 or more consecutive games on one ticket and come back anytime within the next 30 days to collect your winnings.
  7. All Federal & State tax laws shall apply and are the responsibility of the winning patron (reportable amounts $1500 or more net in one KENO game). Suitable identification (i.e. Drivers License and Social Security Card) are required before payment.
  8. Non-resident aliens are subject to a 30% withholding tax and Casino Arizona is required to deduct such amount before payment.
  9. A $1.00 minimum bet is required on a one game straight ticket(s).
  10. A $.50 wager requires a 10 game minimum.
  11. Way ticket(s) with 3 ways or more may play a minimum of $.25 per way.
  12. To play “QUICK PICKS” simply mark “QP” in the center of your ticket. Let the computer select your numbers. Tell your friendly KENO employee how many numbers you wish to play and the rate you wish to wager.
  13. Management is not responsible for lost or stolen tickets.

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The excitement of Casino ArizonaTM and Talking Stick ResortTM is always within reach with free online gaming action at

You can play your favorite casino games anywhere, anytime on any device. Once you’re a member, the top slots from real-world casino floors are available wherever you are. Games like Quick Hit Platinum, Big Vegas, Tiger Treasures and more are always ready to go. Plenty of table games are also a click away. Three-Card Poker, Blackjack, Ultimate Texas Hold’em and more allow you test your luck and improve your skills.

It works with your:

  • Smartphone
  • Tablet
  • Desktop computer
  • Any other mobile device

524 N 92nd Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85256

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