Casino Nights are also called Las Vegas Nights, Monte Carlo Nights, Millionaire Nights, and other such names in various states and provinces. Although rules for operations of the games vary, the basic elements of Casino Nights are the same in the more than 25 states and provinces that permit the events. Nearly $2 billion goes from gamblers to various causes as a result of these events each year. Data are very sparse on Casino Nights, because many are governed entirely by local regulations, with perhaps only a general permissive statute on the state books. Very few states keep records on games revenues. The existence of Charity Nights gambling and similar gambling events has been considered to be “permitted” casino gambling for the purposes of negotiating Class III casino gambling compacts for Native American casinos in many states. These states include Arizona, Connecticut, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, and Washington.

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