But what are your gambling options in the meantime?Billiard room laws, according to Section 34-6-12 of the Commercial Law and Consumer Protection, are as follows: "Gambling and sale of liquor in billiard room prohibited.No dice, cards, dominoes or other games of chance shall be permitted, nor any form of gambling allowed in any billiard room, or in any room in which billiard tables are located, or in any cigar store or other business located in the same room; and no game prohibited by law shall be played in such premises, and it is expressly provided that such games as are now known as Kelly pool, keno, star pool, scrub and similar gambling devices are expressly prohibited, and that no racing or other betting pool shall be exhibited, permitted or sold in such place of business, and that no intoxicating liquors shall be sold, served or allowed to be used in or on the premises." According to the same section of 34-6-12 regarding billiard rooms, if you live in one of the few counties in Alabama that have more than 56,500 people, but less than 59,000 people, dominoes can be played.Dog racing is also legal in Alabama in cities that have more than 300,000 inhabitants, and there are currently 2 dog racing tracks in Birmingham and Mobile.At these tracks, Pari-Mutuel gaming is approved by the state.The operations could only be open for 2 sessions a week lasting no longer than 5 hours each In Green County, tax liens are filed against Greenetrack for million.The amount is for unpaid taxes connected to bingo and the lawsuit says the machines are rigged, which caused this unpaid amount.According to Section 13A-12-76: "a coin-operated game or device designed and manufactured for bona fide amusement purposes which, by application of some skill, only entitles the player to replay the game or device at no additional cost if a single play of the bona fide coin-operated amusement machine or device can reach no more than 25 free replays or can be discharged of accumulated free replay, or rewards the player exclusively with merchandise limited to noncash merchandise, prizes, toys, gift certificates, or novelties, each of which has a wholesale value of not more than five dollars ()." The grand prize of a TV or XBOX found in some other states arcades won't be found in Alabama.You'll be lucky to find a decent stuffed animal since nothing can have a wholesale value of over .You do have to keep in mind though, that the laws can be applied to you even if you're gambling at an online casino from a different state.Here's an excerpt from Section 13A-12-20 of their criminal code that explains what a gambling device is: "Any device, machine, paraphernalia or equipment that is normally used or usable in the playing phases of any gambling activity, whether that activity consists of gambling between persons or gambling by a person involving the playing of a machine." Few types of gambling are available in Alabama, and they all have strict regulations they must follow. Section 13A-12-50 of the Commercial Law and Consumer Protection says: "the person or persons that maintain or use any electric bells, wires or signals or any elevators or dumbwaiters or other implements or appliances connected with any gaming place or rooms used for gaming, which may be used for the purpose of communicating with the occupants of such gaming house or rooms used for gaming or with those who may be within are guilty" Casino games including roulette, craps, poker, slot machines and more are prohibited in Alabama.