Tribal Organization: Jamul Indian VillageJAMUL CASINO
Jamul Casino opened October 10, 2016, the newest casino in San Diego County and the closest Indian casino to downtown San Diego.
Jamul Casino was originally named Hollywood Casino-Jamul San Diego but a management separation from Penn National Gaming announced March 1, 2018 resulted in rebranding the name to Jamul Casino.
The Jamul Indian Village (JIV) entered into a partnership with Penn National Gaming to build a Hollywood-branded casino on 6 acres of tribal land in San Diego County. The casino site is located on state Route 94 about 20 miles east of downtown San Diego. Construction on the $430 million, three-story casino began in January 2015.
After the tribe signed a gaming compact with the state in 1999, there were 15 years of legal hurdles to gain approval. In August 2016 the Jamul Indian Village signed a 30-year gaming compact with the State of California.
On March 1, 2018 the Jamul Indian Village announced it would self-manage the casino and end its partnership with Penn National Gaming. As a result the casino name was changed to Jamul Casino.
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$380 million cost
200,000 sq-ft, 3-story
1,700 slot machines
40 live table games including poker
New Poker room - 10 tables, table-side dining, full bar, opens noon daily
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February 18, 2019
New Poker Rooom
Jamul Casino celebrated the grand opening of their new poker room. The room is located next to the High Limit Room and features 10 tables, a full bar and table-side dining. Poker games and tournaments begin every day at noon.
Inaugural Golden Cap Poker Tournament
As part of the celebration Jamul Casino introduced its first annual Golden Cap poker tournament with a $50,000 guaranteed prize pool. Attending the tournament were poker pros and celebrities including Tiffany Michelle, WSOP "Last Woman Standing", Norman Chad, WSOP Commentator and Erick Lindgren, Professional Poker Player.Back
February 1, 2019
Jamul Casino will be celebrating the grand opening of its new Jamul Poker Room on 15th.
The Poker Grand Opening celebration begins at 11am and includes the inaugural $50,000 Golden Cap poker tournament featuring celebrity player Tiffany Michelle and ESPN poker commentator Norman Chad. Players pay a $50 registration and a $500 buy-in. Tournament starts at noon.
The Jamul Poker Room has 10 tables, table-side dining, full bar and weekly tournaments.Back