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Visit the Largest Casinos in Louisiana

Louisiana is well-known for its mouthwatering culinary delights, music and authentic culture. Many people think of New Orleans as the center of the state, with all of its fun festivals, Mardi Gras and ever-busy cobblestone streets, but the state has more to offer. If you are a betting enthusiast, it’s possible you know Louisiana from another perspective. Louisiana has some of the best Microgaming casinos in the country, and gambling is legal.

When you think about gaming, think Louisiana. The state has more than 54 casinos located across its 64 parishes. What are some of the biggest and best? Keep reading to find out.

Coushatta Casino Resort

Located in Kinder, Coushatta Casino is one of the most magnificent casinos in the state. The Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana owns the casino and resort.
Coushatta boasts an excess of a thousand slots with progressive jackpots and high limits. The most popular electronic games include video poker, blackjack, roulette and craps. Additionally, the casino offers various blackjack options, including double-deck pitch, 21+3 blackjack, card blackjack and 6-deck blackjack.

Coushatta also offers other table games, including Mississippi stud poker, dragon bonus mini-baccarat, 20x odds craps tables, flop poker, high card flush, fortune pai gow poker, 3-card poker, 4-card poker and roulette.
The resort is unique due to special casino games that gamblers can enjoy. For instance, the roulette/fusion blackjack is a special game that allows gamers to play two games simultaneously in a cozy stadium seating.
Besides the main resort, Coushatta has other off-track gaming facilities in Louisiana Downs, Del Mar, Evangeline Downs racetracks, Gulf Greyhounds and Saratoga.

L’Auberge du Lac

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If you visit Cajun Country, you’ll find the city of Lake Charles, home to L’Auberge du Lac, one of Louisiana’s largest casinos. The casino is located conveniently near Interstate 10, which connects Houston and New Orleans.
L’Auberge du Lac opened its doors to the public in 2005 as a property of Pinnacle Entertainment. Later on, Gaming and Leisure Properties acquired the casino. The facility has 1,600 top-notch video poker machines and slots. There are a total of 73 tables spread over 2,100 square feet where you can play your favorite game.

The casino offers baccarat games, including mini baccarat and EZ baccarat. Various table games include fortune pai gow, ultimate Texas hold ’em, Mississippi stud, blackjack, high card flush, progressive 3-card poker, 4-card poker and roulette.

Margaritaville Resort Casino

Margaritaville Resort Casino is a cozy and luxurious leisure facility located on Bossier City’s outskirts, close to the Red River in Louisiana. Though Penn National Gaming runs the casino, it operates under a license from Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville. The resort takes pride in its 395 tropical-themed rooms. The casino is set on a barge floating in a pool of water from the river.

The facility’s busy casino pays out a record $90 million per month. With an excess of 1,200 modern slot machines, the casino is one of the state’s biggest gaming centers. The High Limit Area is only for in-bet games and blackjack with 21+3 only. Blackjack choices include 6-deck shoes, double-deck pitch and single deck. Also, the casino offers high card flush, Cajun stud, three-card poker, roulette and craps. Baccarat rooms contain two midi-bac and four mini-bac tables.


Louisiana has much more to offer in addition to the most sophisticated casinos. If you happen to visit one of the venues, do not forget to satiate your appetite with the resorts’ unique cuisine, lounge by the lazy river or get out and explore sites beyond the casino floor.

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