Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Twin Peaks casino
From: email@example.com (Jonathan Rosenberg)
Date: 1990-05-02, 06:26
In article <1990May1.firstname.lastname@example.org>
email@example.com (Kem Luther) writes:
>> >> I think in the U.S. you have to go south to Nevada to blow
>> >> your wad. In Canada only the government can run houses
>> >> of gambling (read: lotteries), and there are no casinos like
>> >> the one in TP.
> > Maybe it's an illegal one. It did *look* like a bar, I assume
> > you'd have to be an insider though to skip the alcohol drink part. :-)
Well, it could be illegal, of course (considering it's also a
whorehouse). While there are no casinos per se in Washington, there are
certainly plenty of places in the state to play poker legally. Maybe
the casino is actually just a poker club?
And, FYI, you certainly don't need to go to Nevada to find legal
casinos. There are some in Oregon, believe it or not. They just have
some pretty strange restrictions & they're not allowed to advertise
within the state.
Also, there legal casinos in Canad -- not just government-run lotteries.