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  • Enforce Minnesota Law which requires that guests must be at least 18 years of age to gamble

  • Educate our employees on responsible gaming policies and procedures

  • Provide information to our employees about resources for assistance with problem gaming

  • Provide information to our patrons, both at our casino and on our website about responsible gaming and resources for assistance with problem gaming
  • Provide our patrons who feel they may have a problem the option of enrolling in our Self-Limit Access Program, which will cancel their access to our promotional mailings and casino services such as Island Passport Club privileges and check-cashing
  • Serve alcoholic beverages responsibly
  • Monitor vigilantly to prevent underage gambling and unattended minors in our gaming areas

  • Advertise responsibly

Problem Gambling Warning Signs:

  • Gambling to escape worry
  • Gambling to get money to solve financial difficulties
  • Feeling unable to stop playing, regardless of winning or losing
  • Neglecting your family because of gambling
  • Borrowing to cover gaming losses
  • Selling property to get gaming money
  • An inability to stop gaming
  • Being dishonest to others about gaming

According to a recent survey, conducted by the Minnesota Department of Human Services, one in three people said they knew someone with a gambling problem. Yet many of us believe it can be controlled by willpower alone. A gambling problem is a serious disorder that causes psychological, financial, emotional, marital and legal difficulties for problem gamblers, their families and their friends.

Additional Resources

Gaming Support Hotline: 1-800-333-4673

Minnesota Department of Human Resources:

Gamblers Anonymous:

National Council on Problem Gambling:

Responsible Gambling Council: