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casino packages available. The casino is open from 7pm until 4am and charges a daily entrance fee of DKK60.


There are 12 table games including four American Roulette, four Blackjack, two Texas Hold Em, one Viking Poker and one Ultimate Texas Hold Em. Plus 10 Touch Bet Roulettes and 70 slot machines.


CASINOCOPENHAGEN This is Denmark’s only casino located in the capital city and is also operated by CAI. It offers a mix of 24 table games including 10 American Roulette, eight Blackjack, one Midi Punto Banco, three Texas Hold em Poker, one Viking Poker and one Ultimate Texas Hold em. There are also 20 Touch Bet Roulette terminals and 140 slot machines.


The casino is located just minutes from the city centre in the Radisson SAS Scandinavia Hotel which has 542 rooms, four restaurants and entertainment.


The casino was opened on New Years Eve in 1990 and is open every day from 2pm until 4am. The casino charges an entrance fee of DKK90 per day.


CASINOODENSE The third casino to be opened and operated by CAI is located on the island of Funen in the city of Odense (birthplace of


Until 1990when the newgambling act was passed the


Marienlystwas the only casino in


Denmark.When the lawchanged a


further five casinos opened– three by Casinos Austria International and


another two run by independent companies.


Hans Christian Andersen). The casino is housed in the Radisson SAS H C Andersen Hotel and Congress Center and the casino has become known as one of Denmark’s friendliest nightspots. It was opened in April 1991.


The casino is open from 7pm until 4am and charges DKK60 entrance fee per day. There are 40 slots and eight Touch Bet Roulettes plus 11 tables including four American Roulette, three Blackjack, three Texas Hold Em and one Ultimate Texas Hold Em.


“Previously itwas


per specifications in the lawhowthe machines should


operate and that has been taken out and given to the


authority tomake


the decisions. Sowe do not need to go to parliament each


time to change the specifications.”


JensUldall Pedersen Jack.Pot.


CASINOAALBORG Casino Aalborg is located in the Radisson SAS Limfjord Hotel. The casino features 34 different slot machines plus American Roulette, Blackjack, Poker and TouchBet Roulette. The casino is open from 8pm until 4am and it cost DKK50 per day


CASINOMARIENLYST The casino was founded in 1902 and is the first Danish casino and one of the most elegant. It is located in the internationally renowned four star Hotel Marienlyst, which is located in the holiday resort of Oresund on the island of Zealand next to the beach offering views to the Kronborg Castle and the Swedish coast line.


The Casino Marienlyst is open from 7pm until 4am and offers four American


DENMARK:VITALSTATISTICS Capital: Copenhagen Population: 5,511,451 (2009) Land Area: 43,094 sq.km Median age: 40.5 years Languages: Danish, Faroese, Greenlandic, German Currency: Danish Kroner (DKK) Government: Constitutional Monarchy Chief of State: Queen Margrethe II (since 1972) Head of Government: Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen (since 2009) Ethnic Groups: Scandinavian, Inuit, Faroese, German, Turkish, Iranian, Somali Cabinet: Council of State appointed by the monarch Elections: The Monarch is hereditary. Following legislative elections the leader of the majority party, or majority coalition, is usually appointed prime minister by the monarch.


Casinos: 6 Casino Slots: 459 Casino Tables: 90 AWP machines: 27,150 (20,250 in arcades/6,900 in restaurants) Single Sites: 2,500 (restaurants with alcoholic licences) Operators: Approx 500-600


Roulette, five Blackjack, Ultimate Texas Hold Em, Texas Hold Em and 60 slot machines.


ROYALCASINOAARHUS This casino is located in Aarhus and is open from 2pm until 4am. It houses American Roulette, Blackjack, Super Seven, Perfect Pairs, Hold Em Poker and 60 slot machines and 20 Novo TouchBet Roulettes.


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