The Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, Indiana is another of the ten riverboat casino in the state. Though the square footage totals aren't that large at just under 43,000 feet, the management packs in a lot of games on the casino floor. It has a number of games equivalent to casinos with twice the floor space.
To that point, the Horseshoe is currently in an expansion project, which will increase floor space by a whopping factor of 6.
777 Casino Center Drive
Hammond, Indiana 46320
General Inquiries: 219-473-7000
Toll Free Calls: 1-866-711-7463
Toll Free Acronym: 1-866-711-SHOE
Fax Number: 219-473-6004
There are five craps tables at the Horseshoe Casino in Hammond. The minimum craps wager is $5. The high roller total is quite high, reaching a $10,000 maximum bet. Good luck with that one.
Blackjack is king at the Horseshoe, with over three dozen blackjack tables for your gambling enjoyment.
Poker is given ten tables. This includes mostly Texas Holdem tables, but offers occasional games of old favorites like stud poker and more trendy favorites like Omaha.
There are four tables of roulette and three tables of 3 Card Poker and mini-Baccarat apiece. The casino also offers Let It Ride and Caribbean Stud poker.
Of the 2000 machine games, around 600 of them are dollar slots. Another 600 of them are quarter slots, too. Nickel slots and five dollar slots comprise about 100 machines, respectively.
There are a handful of $10, $25 and $100 machines. There are even ten $2 machines, which are fairly rare.
If you are looking for video poker, there are just over a hundred of these machines in house. The betting options include everything from nickel machine to five dollar machines.
Jack Binion's Steakhouse is named for the man who founded not only the first Horseshoe Casino in Vegas, but also the World Series of Poker.
Benny's Home Cookin' evokes another member of the Binion family, and sell deli style sandwiched and grill items. JB's Gourmet Sandwiches and Salads also offers deli style food.
Finally, if you are looking for a wider choice of foods, then try out Village Square Buffet.