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The historic village is compact and crowded with small boutiques. Threading through the complex are 24 restaurants, 17 stores, a dance club, theater and arcades: the betting parlor as mall. If baccarat is the sort of abstract expressionism of casino gambling -- I haven't a clue how it's played -- the slot machines are finger painting. The next morning was overcast. Foxwoods fatigue was setting in fast. The Indian flavor was minimal; here and there were reminders of the casino's proprietorship, as in the booths marked Wampum Club, the casino's players club. Foxwoods estimates that 40, people visit daily. Now, a contemporary palace loomed incongruously in the windshield. Four aces flashed on my screen, and then 45 minutes of nothing. The place was bathed in eau d'ashtray. All you need is a dollar and a digit. In some instances, single bettors were hogging two machines. Val had had enough; betting the k 's was not her vice, so she lingered over the paper on a lounge chair by the hotel's heated pool. Foxwoods, opened by the tribe in February and expanded several times since then, today occupies a total of 4. I drew an 8 on my 12, for a total of 20, often a winning hand in blackjack, otherwise known as The dealer, it was revealed in the tense denouement of the hand, had 15, and if I had passed and the 8 had gone to him, his over-the-limit 23 would have meant a payoff for the whole table. When it comes to risk, I'm no Evel Knievel, even when it's to be taken over drinks, on green felt. I admit it. My inclination was to lose my money as anonymously as possible. The Hilton, which is owned by the tribe, also offered shuttle service to Foxwoods: on the weekend we were there early this month, the shuttle ran every two hours. There was even a New England regional poker tournament. Minutes earlier, we had passed a herd of grazing sheep on the two-lane highway that links the casino with I, just west of the Rhode Island line. That evening, we meandered through a long, leisurely meal down by the Seaport at the Capt. The visitors' props of choice were little plastic buckets the better to lug your quarters in and cigarettes. I gazed at the casino map -- you needed a map -- and noticed a zone marked ''Nonsmoking gaming tables. I finally settled into a cent video poker machine in the middle of a long row, breaking one of the rules passed on to me by a slots-crazed acquaintance: try for a machine on the end, because it gets more traffic and thus has more cash to dispense. I hardly noticed the cigarettes all around me now, as I located a machine in the Grand Pequot Casino and started feeding it 50's. Many gamblers had arrived on the charter buses that pulled in and out of Foxwoods's own depot in endless rotation. I was grumpy, but the Bistro chef revived my spirits. The man and woman next to me deftly balanced cigarettes between their fingers as they worked the buttons. The wide, coldly appointed walkways had that unmistakable Mall of America feel. For if Las Vegas is a neon shrine to glitz, and Atlantic City a dowdy hybrid of grime and show biz, Foxwoods represents the suburbanization of casino culture. The woman's teeth clicked. In another round, he had actually commandeered my hand, making the cutoff signal to the dealer on my pitiful behalf. The casino attire was retirement-village casual -- the average age was about 60 -- and everywhere there were men in sweatsuits and women in sneakers and windbreakers. The guy at my left shoulder smiled patronizingly. A staff member actually called to ask if the room-service breakfast was up to snuff. She was skipping. So we had to know: was it possible for us to find the music that so many others hear, to swing for a couple of days to the beat of clinking coins? We had come to the Mashantucket Pequot Reservation for the kind of weekend we had never spent: my wife and I were gambling babes-in-the-Foxwoods. The drive from Mystic to Foxwoods on Saturday morning, along a country road lined with ivy-covered trees, was not the car-clogged nightmare I was imagining, and it was easy to find a spot in the garage underneath the newest hotel in the complex, the Grand Pequot Tower. I took a wrong turn at the Food Court and ended up at the doors of a room that looked as if it were built to hold a fleet of 's. I would have stayed longer, but I had run out of cash. There is, after all, almost nothing else to do there. The captivating fog of money-lust enveloped me. Sheepishly, I scooped up my chips -- a hundred dollars' worth, the precise amount I had started with an hour and a half earlier -- and backed away from the table in the Grand Pequot Casino, the poshest of the gambling rooms at Foxwoods, the betting mecca in Mashantucket, Conn. The hotel, across the street from the Mystic Aquarium, met our weekender specs: well-run, quiet, comfortable. Dumb thing to say. The and cent slots were standing room only everywhere I turned. I got dressed quickly and early, stepped over the fat Sunday paper at our door, and headed for the car, jacks and kings and aces swimming in my head. In fact, Foxwoods is designed to trigger all sorts of familiar American spending rituals. In the late afternoon, families were out for strolls and poking their heads in the children's clothing and toy stores. Video poker is a step up to gambling kindergarten, requiring higher-level brain function: you have to press multiple buttons after deciding whether to hold the cards the machine deals you. Some visitors brought their children, who were scrupulously kept from the casinos by the security people. Some players, apparently fearful of forgetting their Wampum Club cards, inserted them in the machine with plastic cords affixed to their sweaters, like umbilical cords. I retrieved a C-note and headed for my date with the seething denizens of that blackjack table. All it seems to lack is a Banana Republic. It reminded us that we really should pay a visit to the new Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center, just down the road, to learn something about the tribe. The man on my right, who wore a large ceramic belt buckle and a look of utter exasperation, had glanced at me disdainfully any time I as much as hesitated during a game. Instead he drew a 4, for a total of 19, a victory over my fellow players. I rendezvoused with Val outside the smoke-free slots area. The coffee was great, we felt compelled to report. But not for me. My destination, however, was video poker. As for Val, her idea of a madcap betting impulse was tickets to a movie we hadn't read about first. Figuring that the Mystic Seaport, a popular tourist destination in its own right, would be an additional diversion, we booked a room at the Hilton on the ''executive level. Up the elevator to the casino level. We had a late lunch in the Bistro at Foxwoods, the casino's designated nonsmoking restaurant. Somewhere, jackpot bells rang and quarters dropped like hail. Bet me. I have no idea whether these were wagering facts or fiction, and I had no chance to try out some of the strategies. Foxwoods is to wagering what San Simeon is to tract houses: simply overwhelming in scale. I went back to video poker. Our chromosomes seemed to be short the gene for blowing large amounts of money on games of chance. When I left the table later that afternoon, with enough money in my pocket for lunch and gas and tolls on the Triborough Bridge, I felt as if I had made it through a hazing ritual.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} We made another vow to get in some culture; we really should stop by the Indian museum. Mixed greens doused in a chianti vinaigrette and stuffed sea bass on a bed of orzo was a dandy consolation. Stay with one machine and be patient, she also advised. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}THE other gamblers did not look pleased. The network of casinos is connected to two hotels, with 1, rooms; a room inn is situated nearby. Foxwoods has a normal Vegas-style assortment of gambling distractions: craps tables, roulette, keno, betting on the horses. The man irritated me with his squeals of delight every time he won. If ever there was a place to find out, it was Foxwoods, the impossibly vast, turquoise-roofed casino-resort that rises over the New England countryside like a multitiered mountain of cash. You can sit at a slot for what feels like days, pressing the maximum-bet button and watching the dials spin. End machines were as hard to come by as summer rentals with ocean views. I also wanted the money to last the weekend, and I thought that electronic poker could be an entertaining and low-pressure introduction. When I tried to make a hotel reservation in early March, I was told no rooms were available until late April. What I'd done wrong was win at the expense of everyone else. It certainly doesn't lack crowds. I went to the Foxwoods Web site and found other recommended places to stay, including a Hilton in Mystic, a minute drive from the casino. Was a card game supposed to be this jaw-clenchingly intimidating? For the evening, Foxwoods was presenting the Charlie Daniels Band. Wheelchairs were maneuvered next to machines at awkward angles; one man was wandering around with what looked to be a portable IV drip, a plastic tube protruding from his arm. But first, I had to find a slot machine, and on this Saturday afternoon, that was no safe bet. But no, it was just the Foxwoods bingo hall, with seating for 3, Enough bingo for the entire population of Moonachie, N. We got in the car, drove to Mystic and relaxed before dinner. What is it about nicotine and slot machines? A shrimp cocktail also arrived, fresh and appetizing, each crustacean on its own lemon slice, followed by an architecturally ambitious presentation of beef tournedos.