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Turning Stone continues upgrades to gaming floor with new games

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VERONA, N.Y. – The gaming experience at Turning Stone Resort and Casino continues to stay on the cutting edge of fun and entertainment. Sixteen new games have been installed on 156 of the 2,263 gaming machines at Turning Stone Resort and Casino. This is the second addition of new games in the past four months. The resort now has more than 195 different games on a variety of gaming machines with denominations starting at one cent up to $25.

The new games are: Cable Car Cash, Maid of Money, Fire Horse, Fire Opals, Captain Payback, Duck Stamps, Red Rooster, Snap Dragon, Sirens, Arctic Fox, Desert Sprit, 3x2x Super 7’s, Double Jackpot 7’s, Triple Double Diamond Free Game, Green Back Safari Flowers, Green Back Thunderbolt 7’s and Secrets of Stonehenge. These games offer nickel and penny denominations.

Already popular games on the machines at Turning Stone include Video Poker, Wheel of Fortune, Price is Right, Wizard of OZ, Time Machines, Playboy, Mermaid’s Gold, Gold Fish, Roulette, Blazing 7’s and Super Grand Hotel.

In addition to its gaming machines, Turning Stone has more than 80 table games, a 32-table poker room and a 1,400-seat high stakes bingo hall.

About Turning Stone Resort and Casino

A premier four-season, destination resort in upstate New York, the Oneida Indian Nation’s Turning Stone Resort and Casino is located about 30 miles east of Syracuse at NYS Thruway exit 33. Turning Stone was named “Most Excellent Golf Resort” in 2010 by Condé Nast Johansens. The Academy of Country Music named Turning Stone “Casino of the Year” in 2009. The resort offers world class gaming, golf, entertainment, accommodations and spa facilities and has earned AAA four-diamond ratings for The Lodge, The Tower Hotel and Wildflowers restaurant. The Atunyote Golf Club is the annual host of The Turning Stone Resort Championship, a PGA Tour event. Turning Stone’s entertainment and meeting venues include the 5,000-seat Event Center, the 800-seat Showroom, LAVA-Dance Club and the Conference Center.

For more information and reservations, call (315) 361-7711 or 1-(800) 771-7711 or visit the Web site at

Editor’s note: Indian Country Today is a division of Four Directions Media, which is owned by Oneida Nation Enterprises, LLC.