The Frontstretch: Top Ten NASCAR-Themed Casino Games You Might (Hopefully Not) See At Kansas by Frontstretch Staff -- Wednesday October 2, 2013

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Chairman’s Choice: Brian France picks the winner. Just because he can.

10. Spin to Win – Only numbers to play are those registered with NASCAR by MWR.

9. Get Back, Jack — Must beat the house dealer, Jack Roush, to win.

8. Musical Chairs – Only for drivers without rides for 2014.

7. Debris Roulette — Bet on the type of debris and where it will be spotted to put out a yellow flag.

6. Pick Rick – Chips won for bets placed on numbers 5, 24, 48, and 88. John Middlebrook always plays at this table.

5. Silly Season Slots — Must match driver, car, and owner.

4. Oh, Crap — Add the car numbers involved in every wreck to get the high score.

3. Back A Rat — Most creative cheat wins.

2. Texas Rolled-‘em — Involves Bobby Labonte and a mountain bike.

1. Go for Broke with Smoke – Tony Stewart uses one of his crutches to choose winning numbers.

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DonM
10/02/2013 01:17 PM
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Too bad Pin The Tail on the Donkey isn’t a casino game. I know the perfect ass for the job.

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