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Recreation & Outdoors: Card Clubs & Gambling

The East Bay's horse racing track features many attractions. Sunday is Dollar Day.

Founded in the 1890s, this East Bay institution (located on San Pablo, a few blocks from MacArthur BART) hosts casino games 24/7, including seven-card stud, double-hand poker, California Black Jack, Texas Hold 'Em (with tournaments twice a week), lowball, and pan. In addition to its forty gaming tables, the venue provides a full bar and bistro menu with Chinese food, Hof-Brau sandwiches, burgers, and prime rib.

Featuring pan 9, black jack, Texas hold 'em, pai gow, 7-card stud, and double hand poker, arcade games, plus two showrooms for stage concerts. Features a bistro menu with steak sandwiches, broiled fish, and spicy garlic chicken wings.

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