Hawaii Slot Machine Casino Gambling in 2019

Hawaii Slot Machine Casino Gambling in 2019


Hey, Hawaii slots enthusiast! It’s interesting that
onboard gambling on cruise ships isn’t legal in Hawaii and why.
That’s coming up!
Hi, I’m Jon Friedl from the Professor Slots blog and podcast.
I’m all about guiding slot machine casino gamblers to success.
If you’ve ever walked into a casino, looked around,
and wondered what’s going on, I can help.
A quick, inexpensive, and relatively easy way to improve your slots
gambling performance is to review your state’s gaming industry.
Let’s review slots in Hawaii.
Hawaii slot machine casino gambling does not exist.
For solid business reasons, the eight Hawaiian Islands is one of the
most uncompromising states with regarding prohibiting gambling.
However, casino gambling is so popular with residents
that they often refer to Las Vegas as Hawaii’s ninth island.
The minimum legal gambling age in Hawaii
does not depend upon the gambling activity.
For every type of gambling, there is no legal age to gamble.
Hawaii prohibits all forms of gambling, including slot machines, table games,
lotteries, horse and dog racing, sports betting, and even bingo.
Hawaii allows restricted social gaming, with a potential extension
to other games such as craps.
Craps might fall under Hawaii’s legal definition of social gaming.
Hawaii has not embraced gambling because there’s no profit in it.
Their estimated potential increase of state tax revenue
is between $20 million and $40 million.
Yet, Hawaii’s tourism revenue is $1 billion.
Simply put, Hawaii would suffer a significant loss of income
if it used their valuable land for a casino
instead of what they are currently using it for – tourism.
Gambling in Hawaii is a misdemeanor offense under most circumstances.
It can become a felony if an individual receives more than $1,000 per day in
lottery bet income or five bookmaking wagers per day with a value over $500.
Hawaii prohibits private ownership of slot machines.
Hawaii does not have any gaming control commissions.
Horse racing was once popular on the islands, enjoyed by
the royal family and the financial elite in the 1800s and early 1900s.
The industry nearly died out prior to 1920,
but made a strong, if short-lived, comeback during World War II.
There are no land-based casinos in Hawaii.
Visiting cruise ships offer Vegas-style gambling when traveling
in international waters, but not when located in nearby Hawaiian waters.
There are no commercial casinos on the Hawaiian Islands.
Hawaii has no federally recognized American Indian tribes.
Proposed federal recognition of Native Hawaiians is politically controversial.
Some Hawaiian lawmakers believe recognition might interfere with Hawaii’s
claims to independence as a constitutional monarchy through international law.
Comment below with your favorite gambling activity in Hawaii.
Be sure to share WHY it’s your favorite!
As an alternative to enjoying Hawaii slot machine casino gambling,
consider exploring casino options in a nearby territory.
Near Hawaii is, to the north, the Northern Mariana Islands.
To the southwest, American Samoa. And to the west, Guam.
All slot machines are illegal in Hawaii plus, without a gaming commission,
no information is available regarding theoretical or actual payout returns.
There has been no progress toward legalized
gambling in Hawaii over the last year.
Make sure you subscribe below, and I’ll see you next time.
Stick around for slots in territories neighboring Hawaii.
Have fun, be safe, and make good choices! Bye!

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