Crow Tribe stopped offering poker games due to lack of interest

The Apsaalooke Nights Casino in Crow Agency, Montana. Photo from Facebook

The Crow Tribe of Montana stopped offering poker games at its casino after just four months, The Billings Gazette reported.

The Apsaalooke Nights Casino started offering live poker last April, the paper said. General manager Lane Simpson said there wasn't enough interest but he's still hoping to bring the games back.

“We know that there’s players in the area, we just have to figure out how to entice them in,” Smipson told the paper.

Elsewhere in the state, the paper said fewer non-Indian poker games are in operation due to lack of interest.

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Poker tables folding across Montana (The Billings Gazette 2/24)

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