Poker players in North Dakota must obey strict state laws on their play. Online poker is not allowed, while all live play takes place on Native American reservations. At these sites, pots are capped between $100 and $300 as an absolute maximum. Owing to this ruling, games are often fixed-limit or spread-limit, but this does lead to good variation between hold’em, Omaha, stud, and dealer’s choice. North Dakota poker tends to be very social, as locals from Belcourt, New Town, and other areas enjoy small tournaments that don’t break the bank. Small buy-in satellites to the World Series of Poker run on a regular basis in Dakota Magic Casino and Sky Dancer Casino.