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Chips ‘N Ales

The most important thing to know about Chips ’N Ales is right in the title: We have chips and we have ale. But don’t let the name fool you–this restaurant goes way beyond just French fries and ice-cold brews. Chips ’N Ales offers that quintessentially British pub feel, but you don’t have to venture across […]

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Spa Tower

Exciting changes are underway! The hotel is currently under renovation and we’re sure you’re going to love what we’re working on. However, please be aware that you may hear some construction noise during your stay. We greatly appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to enhance the resort experience. With a reputation for its […]

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3-Card Poker

At WinStar World Casino and Resort, we know poker. So you better believe our staff can deal a mean hand of 3-Card Poker. Invented in 1994 by Derek Webb, this fast-paced card game allows the player to not only bet against the house like traditional poker, but also on the odds of a player getting […]

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Paso Rapido De Empleados

Paso 1. Antes de empezar su turno de trabajo, responda las preguntas de evaluación y tome su temperature actual Para tener un acceso fácil y rápido, puede escanear el codigo QR de arriba o visitar la pagina de internet qrco.de/bbi909 usando el navegador para crear un acceso directo similar a una aplicación   iPhone –  […]

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6th Hole (Scissortail)

The 424-yard par-4 6th demands that you find the fairway off the tee. Miss either side and you’re in the woods. When you do find the short cut, you’ll be left with a long challenging shot to an elevated green. You need two well struck shots here to reach in regulation. There is room to […]

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9th Hole (Redbud)

The 516-yard par-5 9th might just be the best birdie chance you’ll have all day. Two well-struck shots and you’re looking at a good chance at a four. Two good shots and you’re on the dance floor with a shot at eagle. Avoid the big bunker short right of the green. […]

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9th Hole (Scissortail)

The 530-yard par-5 9th rounds out the front nine with a good birdie opportunity. Two well hit shots and the help of the prevailing south wind could have you putting for eagle. Keep your tee shot between the bunkers and you may well have a chance to catch the speed slot. Make sure your miss […]

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4th Hole (Redbud)

The 381-yard par-4 4th hole is forgiving to anything hit right of the fairway bunker, which will leave a short approach and a good chance at a birdie. Anything hit left of the fairway bunker will often lead to a bogey or worse. […]

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