Hickok’s Hotel and Casino
Hickok’s is located towards the southern end of downtown. In addition to a casino, there is a smoking lounge, bar, and some food options that include hot dogs, burgers and pizza.
Hickok’s once took over the Cody’s casino floor. It was located adjacent to Hickok’s. That space is now a Harley Davidson store.
Hickok’s remodeled its 100-year-old hotel in 2006. There are 22 hotel rooms. Hickok’s offers several room options. These include standard two queen rooms all the way up to suites. Smoking rooms are also available. Room rates start at $79 off season weekday, to $129 weekend off season. In the summer, rates start at $89 weekday and $149 weekend.
Hickok’s Video Table Games
This casino does not offer live table games or poker. However, Hickok’s offers two video versions of table games. There is a Shuffle Master video blackjack machines that hits on all 17’s, allows double down on anything, double after the split and surrender.
There is also a Three Card Poker machine that does not pay an ante bonus. Each game offers a $3 minimum bet.
Hickok’s Video Poker
Hickok’s video poker is as bad as it gets. It is only slightly better than the best video lottery games. The best game is 15/10 Deuces Wild (94.82%). Other dismal games include 10/8/5 Bonus Poker (94.18%), 6/5 Jacks or Better (95.5%), 6/5 Double Double Bonus (94.7%) and Joker Poker (94.27%). These games offer poor returns, even by Deadwood standards. If you play here, we recommend the video blackjack machine.
Hickok’s offers a smoking lounge in the back of the casino. It allows players to take a smoking break without having to leave the building. Guests may not bring alcohol into the smoking lounge.
Player’s Club and Promotions
Hickok’s offers no published promotions and no player’s club. Considering the low returns on video poker, you may want to give action to a different casino that rewards play.