When the Sturgis Rally meets Deadwood it's a whole new experience.
"It's kind of got this old western town feel and I feel like I rode in on my horse," said a biker from Milwaukee Larry Burger.
It's Director of Gaming Operations Peter DeMangus' first rally. "I've heard about it I've read about it, but to see it in person is pretty amazing," said DeMangus.
For a little over a month the max bet has been raised to $1,000, and just in time for rally. But that doesn't mean bikers are betting big.
"I don't think I'll probably ever get to the maximums you know I'm more like ten, 20 once in a while," said Burger.
Now there are still quite a few bikers in town and DeMangus says there are some that have been taking advantage of that higher betting limit.
"Now it's almost gotten to full stride where people are betting you know not everyone but a lot of players are coming in betting over that limit so it's been great," said DeMangus.
And even if bikers aren't betting the max, rally has still been good for business.
"It seems like each day since they've started coming in last week it's picked up so I expect a really good weekend," said DeMangus.
And sometimes the casinos are good to the bikers too.
"I gambled a little bit, Texas hold 'um so it was kind of fun, and I won $100," said Burger.
"They stay they drink they drink they gamble so it's been great they've been excellent customers," said DeMangus.
But you know what they say about gambling. You win some you lose some.