are eleven Indian casinos in New Mexico that signed
compacts with Governor Gary Johnson in February 1995.
Later that year, however, New Mexico's supreme court
overturned the compact agreements because they weren't
first approved by the state legislature. Ever since
that ruling the state's attorney general has been
trying to shut down all Indian casinos, but as of
September 1996 the issue remained unresolved and the
casinos were still operating.
There are two
casinos in Albuquerque: Isleta Gaming Palace (800-460-5686)
and Sandia Casino (800-526-9366). Santa Fe also has
two casinos: Camel Rock (800-GO-CAMEL) and Cities
of Gold (800-455-3133).
All New Mexico
casinos offer a full variety of table games and machines,
and the minimum gambling age is eighteen (twenty-one
if liquor is served).
For more information
on visiting New Mexico call 800-733-6396.
|Your Table Image,
and How to Use It
is absolutely essential to realize that your table
image is not based entirely on how you play, but more
precisely, on how your opponents see you playing.
The human mind works by grouping things into categories,
and your opponents have a cognitive need to place
you in one. They can't help forming an image about
you, and this image is necessarily based only on what
they see-not on what they don't see.